“This soup sneaks up on you.” These were Ryan’s exact words shortly after we finished eating this. You see, he has this belief that soup isn’t that filling so he always eats two bowls. And despite my warning that tortellini, sausage and kale can be quite filling, he decided to eat two bowls of this. About 30 minutes later he was so close to a food coma that he didn’t care I was watching American Idol.
Being a broth based soup, the kind of broth that you use for this soup is pretty important. You may notice that I use two kinds of broth: chicken and vegetable. I love the combination of the two together but if you only have one or the other feel free to use only one kind. I also suggest using a low sodium broth because that allows you to control the amount of salt in the soup. Because you are using sausage in this soup, which can be kind of salty, the ability to control the amount of salt is important.
Cream cheese, pepper jack cheese, queso fresco, sour cream and green chiles baked until golden and bubbly. The perfect party dip!
These Baked Funfetti Doughnuts are light, fluffy, crammed with sprinkles, and covered in a pretty pink glaze (and more sprinkles!)
A quick, easy and spicy restaurant style habanero salsa.
Creamy Dill Salmon Fettuccine made with salmon and white wine cream sauce is quick enough for a weeknight dinner and fancy enough for a date night at home.
Baked strawberry doughnuts with cream cheese glaze are the perfect sweet treat to start your day!
This Nira Chive Chicken Stir Fry is quick, easy and perfect for weeknight dinners.
My name is Des. I’m a Mom to Kellan and Preston. Wife to Ryan. Dog mom to Pumpkin and lover of all things food. Whether it is cooking it, eating it, shopping for it or watching TV about it, food is one of my favorite things. Read more »
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