Sausage, Kale, and Bean Soup

  • JasonM Posted: 01/25/09
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    As is, I'd wager that this was a fairly bland but easy soup. I used italian sausage and added a little bit of dried oregano, basil, and rosemary to the mix. Just those few changes made it a very tasty dinner and lunch.

  • beanersmom2004 Posted: 12/08/08
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    This soup is so easy! I actually subsitute the Mild Turkey Sausage and use the bagged spinach. All it needs is a little extra pepper. Easy and Delicious quick night dinner!

  • Lesley227 Posted: 11/16/09
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    Very good. I used regular Italian sausage and turnip greens (or was it collards? I had both) and it's delicious. I suggest that you cut the sweet potatoes up smaller - they seem to plump up when they cook. Also, the potatoes turn a wierd brown/gray when the soup is stored in the fridge, but they brighten back up when the soup is reheated.

  • areid13 Posted: 11/15/11
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    I loved it, but I added onions, more sausage, can of chick peas and a dash of garlic salt I use regular chicken broth

  • awsom1 Posted: 12/10/11
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    This soup was surprisingly yummy and only took about 10 mins, including cutting and washing the kale. I made a few minor changes: I used an entire box of chicken stock (which is 1 only extra cup), I used hot Italian Johnsonville sausage and I doubled the amount of sausage the recipe called for (personal preference). In my opinion, the soup came out perfectly. Just a normal amount of salt and pepper and it was perfectly seasoned. I will definitely be making this recipe again.

  • demo0043 Posted: 01/24/12
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    This soup was so hearty and delicious! I used chorizo sausage and added some garlic, cumin, salt, and pepper. Don't let the kale scare you! It's really mild in this soup.

  • JasonBurn Posted: 03/18/12
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    Always delicious! Made with Cajun sausage and added some black pepper. Most recently I used frozen collards instead of kale. Yummy.

  • janeyann99 Posted: 01/29/13
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    Yummy! I made only 3 changes: Used spicy Italian sausage and doubled it. I used Italian seasoned diced tomatoes (it was all I had in the pantry). I added a bit of garlic (I LOVE garlic). Came out great - A definite keeper!

  • H2OQueen Posted: 03/25/13
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    Beaverton, OR

    Simple, quick meal with lots of flavor. I used chicken chorizo sausage and garbanzo beans. I started with 1 chopped onion and a couple cloves of garlic, added stem part of the chopped kale and sautéed fro a couple minutes before adding the sausage, etc..

  • jarnolduf Posted: 01/18/14
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    This soup was a hit with my family! Even my picky children (ages 6,4,1) ate it. I added 3 cloves of garlic and some salt. I also sprinkled shaved parmesan on top. We will make it again soon.

  • Patyal68 Posted: 11/26/13
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    This soup was very comforting and nourishing. Perfect for the cold evening. I added chopped red onion and garlic, followed the recipe and the recommendation to add cajun seasoning (1/4 tsp) and pepper. Very yummy. I love that is so simple and quick to prepare.

  • ssansonetti Posted: 11/09/13
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    I started with olive oil and minced garlic, then followed the recipe and then added cajun spice, pepper, and a little salt. It was really yummy!

  • okkervilali Posted: 07/15/13
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    This was good, I'm only giving it 4 stars because there's nothing exceptionally spectacular about it. I used low fat chicken sausage, and added some onion and garlic, because onion and garlic.

  • Cabel0515 Posted: 01/22/14
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    I get a lot of kale in my garden and this is one of my go-to ways to use it. My teenagers love it and it's super easy to make.

  • bjw2309 Posted: 09/12/13
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    Needs spices. I used andouille sausage as I couldn't find a Cajun spice one. I then added Cajun spice. Outcome was okay but I don't think I will make again.

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