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Try this Italian Wedding Soup (with Finesse!) recipe, or contribute your own.
Combine meat, egg, bread crumbs, spices and cheese (optional) in medium sized bowl. Mix well. Shape into small meatballs ( use about 1 teaspoon of mixture per meatball ).
Heat olive oil in large skillet. Saut meatballs over medium-high heat, turning often, until just done. (about 5 minutes) Do not overcook as the meatballs will get further cooking in soup. Set aside.
Bring broth and water to boil in large saucepan or Dutch oven. Reduce heat to low.
Add meatballs, pasta and spinach. Cover and simmer until pasta is done. (about 10 minutes).
Makes about 8 servings.
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amjadrI thought it was very good. I think you salt it to taste, but my family and I enjoyed it.1y ago
michellebarforthb1z0d3Very good ...and easy!1y ago
mom24-7It was easy to make and very tasty. I did have to add a touch more salt.1y ago
Valerie411We love this soup! Sautéed chopped onion after browning the meatballs. Also added carrots, celery and green chile (we like spice in almost everything!).2y ago
blackbetty79To the person whining about not being able to print this recipe...how about get a pen and paper and WRITE IT DOWN!!??? Bet that common sense thought never crossed your mind!!!2y ago
SmashleeleeMake it with orzo! Turned out great. My one year old son loved the meatballs.2y ago
SydneycindyLove this recipe! Delicious and filling! Have made it at least 15 times and always turns out a good.3y ago
MrsswillThis was a really good recipe. It was exactly what I wanted a Italian meatball soup should taste like. I made if gluten free by using brown rice bread crumbs and GF noodles. I also cooked the noodles separate, bout only because GF noodles tend to get mushy fast. Thanks for posting!3y ago