Ready in 40 minutes
easy and great for winter night
1. Heat large saucepan coated with cooking spray over med-high heat. Add carrots, onion, garlic, kielbasa and saute 3 min, stirring occasionally. Reduce heat to medium and cook 5 min. Add broth, Italian seasoning, pepper and beans. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer 5 min.
2. Place 2 cups of the soup in a food processor or blender, and process until smooth (or use an immersion blender to blend just some of the soup to make it thicker). Return the pureed mixture to the pan. Simmer an additional 5 min. Add frozen peas.
Remove from heat and add spinach, stirring until it wilts.
AllAboutChoc 2w agoMade and I like it! It's a healthy choice and good the next day! The flavor is slightly different, but enjoyable!!!!
labbatt 9m agoEasy and very delicious
ckdixon 1y agoVery good flavor, easy, quick, and pretty healthy, too! I added 1 Tbsp corn starch to thicken.
PatriciaWhited 2y agoMy hubby and I loved this! Made it exact to recipe. It was delicious! Will definitely make again!
AllAboutChoc 2y agoTaste for me was good. For those who love soups and stews, it would probably be a definition of Great! I used leftover navy beans I had frozen. I also did not have italian seasoning so I added oregano, parsley, basil, thyme and very little sahe.
robin_j_cervantes 2y agoThis was fantastic and so hearty whole family enjoyed
pkaufman 2y agoThis soup was delicious. Only thing I did different was using frozen Kale instead of spinach and no peas. Family really enjoyed it!!
Mags2014 2y ago
Dazguti 2y agoReally good! I needed more, so I used three cans of Great Northern Beans, plus a can of black beans, and more broth. I also added some leftover boiled red potatoes that I had on hand, and used leftover bbq sausage in place of the kielbasa, just bc I needed to use it :) It was really tasty and my entire family loved it, from my husband, to my 2 year old, all the way to my 14 year old and everyone in between.
debblay 3y agoAbsolutely great! Easy and delicious! Mashed about 1/4 of beans and then finished thickening with cornstarch slurry