Wanted to share this yummy easy soup with the Foodie Friday Crowd. Visit Gollum at Designs by Gollum to see more great recipes and food.
When I saw this soup on Connie’s blog Practicing Theology I knew it was going to taste good. I made it tonight and umm umm good it is! Thank you to Connie for sharing the recipe here.
Ingredients: 2 quarts of chicken broth, 1 jar spaghetti sauce, 1 package frozen meatballs, 1 package frozen spinach, 1 package frozen tortellini, 1 can chopped tomatoes.
Bring broth and spaghetti sauce to a boil and then add remaining ingredients and simmer for 30 minutes.
I used fresh chicken rosemary tortellini so I put them in 15 minutes into the simmer stage. I used a can of chopped tomatoes with green chilis and it added a nice kick. I bought some nice fresh bread to go with the soup and really enjoyed it to the last drop!!
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23 thoughts on “Tortellini, Meatball, Spinach Soup!”
That’s a delicious combination of ingredients.
Wonderful recipe! This sounds so easy and so very delicious. I love a recipe that takes really great ready made elements and incorporates them. I’ll try this soon.
This is great…will try it while family is around next week. Always love new recipes.
This sounds like a quick easy recipe.
Thanks for posting it.
That soup looks like a must-try to me! Glad you’re having such a good week, Ellen.
This sounds like a little piece of heaven! I’m definitely going to try it! 🙂 Thanks!
Good grief!!! This looks amazing and SO DELICIOUS! We will love this! Thanks for sharing and have a great Foodie Friday! (Come see my Norwegian Fruit Bread recipe.)
Mama Mia! Thats a nicea soupa!
Oh my, your pictures made my mouth water–I could almost smell the soup and bread! My girls think authentic Russian pelmini would be the “BEST” in this recipe–we have a small Russian/Eastern Europe market here, so I’ll see what I can do about that! 🙂 I love how lots of European foods/recipes blend and meld so well together! 🙂
Your pictures of this fantastic dish are fantastic. This really looks delicious. Have a wonderful holiday. Blessings…Mary
Looks terrific! We are huge soup fans. Thanks for sharing 🙂
Your photos make this dish looks AWESOME!!! and TASTY!!!
THANKS!!! for sharing a GREAT!!! recipe.
What a wonderful sounding soup and so easy, can’t wait to try it.
Thanks, my kind of recipe!
Wow! That looks delicious. I know my husband is going to just LOVE this recipe. Thank you so much for sharing it with us.
Oh yes . .I can tell it would be tasty . .yum.
Sounds so easy.
What a great idea for a dinner with ingredients that can easily reside in the pantry until ready.
that soup looks inviting 🙂 Yummy!
Sounds yummy yum! Wrote down ingredients — off to market I go!
Yummy yum is a definite understatement! I’ve just prepared this delicious soup . . . the kitchen smells wonderful and my tummy is happy! I made one substitution: authentic Russian chicken pelemeni from our freezer for the tortellini and meatballs. And for the Russian in me, I HAD to add a dollop of sour cream (smetana) to my bowl of pure decadence! Mmm Good!
Using pelemeni and adding smetana sounds perfect for this soup!!
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