Italian Sausage Soup Recipe
Italian Sausage Soup Recipe is an quick and easy lunchtime dish, it has been my family’s favorite since my husband discovered the vegan diet. We never thought of eating a vegetarian diet, but when we started to see how much healthier we felt on the new diet, we just had to give it a try. We’ve made Italian Sausage Soup a number of times, and there is never a dull moment.
My mother even uses it as a meatless lunch. It’s quick and easy to make, and there are many different versions of the classic Italian sausage. The original Italian Sausage Soup recipe is so versatile, I have yet to find one that does not change depending on which version you make.
Italian Sausage Soup originates from two cooking styles in Italy: the native Italian cuisine of Veneto, and the Italian rural cookery style known as casserole. Both styles employ chunks of fat-free white bean that is cooked slowly to create tender flavorful chunks of mush.
Traditionally, Italian Sausage Soup consists of veal or pork sausage, along with onions, bell pepper, celery, and garlic. Italian Sausage Soup recipe uses Italian white bean and adds vegetable stock, Italian seasonings, white wine, and parsley (for the robust flavor).
There are a number of variations of the Italian Sausage Soup recipe, depending on your taste, and the ingredients available. This hearty vegetarian dish freezes well and can be reheated if necessary.
If you do not have the time to prepare Italian Sausage Soup recipe, this dish is also available as a pasta recipe. This one is made by adding noodles to a hot Italian broth.
Bring the noodles to a boil, add the Italian sausage, sauteed mushrooms, and tomato sauce. Reduce the heat, cover for about ten minutes, and serve with grated cheese over the top. Italian Sausage Soup freezes well, so if you’re in a hurry, this is a quick and easy meal you can enjoy the next day.