This was a great soup! Layered with flavor. Store didn't have sweet sausage so I used hot, came out great! I also doubled the recipe and I'm glad I did, it went fast!
Escarole, Bean, and Sausage Soup with Parmesan Cheese
sparkicam Posted: 02/24/11
SilverVixen Posted: 02/25/11
I followed the recipe VERY carefully and we thought it was very, very bland. We think it has definite possibilities, but it is definitely missing something...seasonings, herbs, spices. Help! We want to love this.
BrendaLRGale Posted: 05/16/11
I'm making this tonight, but I'm confused (easily done!) if the sausage amount totals 3.2 oz, or if the recipe calls for 3 sausages at 3.2 oz EACH (9.6 oz total). If it's the first option, the recipe should have been written - "3 links sweet turkey Italian sausage (about 3.2 oz), casings removed." Venting done! :) UPDATE - I used only 3.2 oz total, and this was one of the BEST homemade soups I've ever had! Can't wait for leftovers tonight!! YUM!
jwolff713 Posted: 04/17/11
I thought this recipe was very good. The sausage adds a lot of flavor so that I didn't even have to add any other spices. I couldn't get escarole at the market so I substituted Swiss chard. This was a quick and easy soup that I'd make again.
tackleshopgirl Posted: 09/15/11
This is easy with excellent flavor. The best escarole soup I have made so far.
DoctorT Posted: 12/27/11
I have made this many times with various alterations. I've used different beans, different sausage, different stocks and usually spinach instead of escarole and every time it's excellent. Filling and tasty.
ccransom1947 Posted: 02/26/12
This recipee is a piece of heaven and it is easy to make. The ingredients are simple and it so tasteful that you need no salt or any other seasoning. It is EXCELLENT!Every bite is delicious. The taste is so pleasing and lasting on your palet. A very healthy and tasteful meal. Great for a cold evening. For those of you that prefer not to eat meat, get creative. Wow! You are in for a treat.