A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about Sharon A.’s Tortellini Soup (which was delicious, by the way). This other tortellini soup recipe comes from DiDi H., and while it is somewhat similar, each one is worth trying, for sure!
Here’s the long and the short of this recipe.
The short of it: make this. Today.
The long of it? Make this. Today if not sooner.
Tortellini soup, where have you been all my life?
One thing I’d suggest is adding another can of chicken broth. Sharon’s recipe calls for 7 cups of beef broth, and that was about the right amount so the liquid doesn’t get all sucked up into the pasta. (And yes that is the technical term.)
Other than the tortellini the soup is quite healthy. In it are beans spinach, peppers, chicken broth, and I used turkey polish sausage. Lean protein, veggies, and a little stick-to-your-ribs pasta.
DiDi suggested adding the pasta only at the very end; I did so about 15 minutes before serving.
And here it is all ready for eating.
I admire DiDi so much: her grace, her faith, her style. She knows the right thing to say at the right time, and is always so kind and generous. Thank you, DiDi, for being such a great friend.