This was excellent (2nd time making it) I didn't make any changes to it and love it just as written. It freezes well too.
Italian-Style Beef-and-Pepperoni Soup
ILMBeaches Posted: 10/06/10
AmandaLynn Posted: 03/29/09
sooo good and so easy to make! It's great re-heated for lunch the next day!! definitely one of my favorite soups!
101angelica Posted: 06/15/10
Made this a day ahead and took it camping! It was so tasty!!! Very easy to make and was a nice change instead of having chili! I'm sure it would be great for freezing too! It's in my recipe book for good!
foxegurl266 Posted: 12/03/10
Flavor was absolutely amazing. I'd follow the recipe to a tee as it was the perfect ratio to make every ingredient stand out in its flavor. I paired this with Cheesy Grilled Cheese.
whoola Posted: 10/10/10
We sometimes substitute gound turkey for beef, and often add cheese tortellini- we've been making this since it came out in SL 10 years ago.
Raheleh Posted: 01/03/11
It was good but I think these cheeses are not realy good for body here you can see an other vegetarian recipe that it is realy delicious http://stopsearchingletstryhere.blogspot.com/2011/01/gheymeh.html
Godsdaughter Posted: 11/18/10
YUMMY!!!!!! The whole family LOVED it! Wish I had made it years ago when I found the recipe--it will definately get a top spot in the family recipe book! I did chop the mushrooms in the food processor,almost to a paste (none of us like to eat mushrooms -but we LOVE the flavor)and I added some more garlic & a little cajun seasoning for spice. served with sourdough bread & homemade garlic,parmesan butter! Will make again--my goal is to can it for Christmas gifts!
cbagay89 Posted: 04/23/11
This was so great. The was actually the first soup I have EVER made. I decided to go for the best ingredients I could find, and I impressed myself. It was sooo tasty, and there is SOO much of it! Will be in my recipe book forEVER.
cheeapet99 Posted: 09/24/11
This simple recipe was AMAZING! My husband and I loved it and hopefully the leftovers will be even better. We omitted the mushrooms as my husband doesn't like them, and added some dried parsley and rosemary. We served ours with some fresh crusty bread dipped in olive oil and a bottle of shiraz. This is definitely a keeper!
Kit515 Posted: 08/01/13
hmmm...interesting that above the reviews posted here... there is a little graph that says this recipe was reviewed by 13 people and FOUR of them - almost a third of the reviewers! - gave this recipe only 2 stars, yet, at the top of the page next to the picture of the recipe it says there are only NINE reviews (my....how convenient that the FOUR BAD reviews have been dropped) and when you click on either link - top or bottom - to read these reviews....again....the four poor people who took the time to review this recipe have had their reviews removed. Not cool myrecipes...NOT cool at ALL. So now I'm off to one of the millions of other recipe sites that aren't so egregious or flagrant or...just plain dumb in their obviousness regarding their censorship of reviews. It's just so stupid for a recipe site to do such a thing.
Ameredithith Posted: 09/05/13
This was wonderful. We added a can do cannelloni beans because we like beans. Very flavorfu as written. Great weeknight soup with some leftover.