I am not a big fan of Italian Wedding soup, but I thought this was very tasty and unlike any Wedding soup I have had before. I browned the sausage balls before starting the starting the recipe and I used orzo instead of risotto. I would make this again anytime.Read More
I love the cook once, three meals recipes. The sweet onion risotto was excellent. As the base of this soup, very good. I didn't have escarole, but romaine. I'm sure any leafy green will work. This was easy to do and quick. Pepper added a soft, nice bite. It is filling and can serve as the main dish with some good bread. I'd serfve this to company.Read More
This soup was very easy to make, but I agree, with the risotto as a base it still has a nice depth of flavor. I used turkey sausage which worked well, and mustard greens since I couldn't find escarole. I actually doubled the greens they were so good! Parmesan is nice but it's still good without it. I really enjoyed this soup, and I've always avoided Italian Wedding soup since I'm not a huge sausage fan. Admittedly my two small children weren't huge fans but they haven't had much soup at all and can be difficult. My husband thought it was okay. I will definitely make again anyway because I liked it that much!Read More
I made this recipe using the Sweet Onion. Risotto with Sauteed Kale. Because I had the Kale from that recipe, I used it in this recipe instead of the escarole. I also had gruyere cheese for the Risotto recipe, so I used it instead of the Parmesan.
The flavors were excellent! The red pepper add a nice kick.
Because the Sweet Onion Risotto was the base, this soup came together in minutes and it was so delicious. I would absolutely serve it to company.