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Pasta e Fagioli with Sausage


Source: Quick From Scratch - Italian
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Rating: 1
by: Kristine, MA Reviewed: 11/04/2012
Not even close
DISGUSTING-It was like bean sludge. I followed the recipe but should have questioned using kidney beans. I grew up on my Uncle's Pasta Fagioli and he used cannelini beans. I used about a cup more than the recommended chicken broth and it was still gross. It's an Italian classic and after I made it I realized one key ingredient was also left out....tomatoes. I found much better recipes after this was a big fail.
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Rating: 5
by: Elisabeth, GA Reviewed: 01/16/2012
hearty meal choice
This is the first time that I tried this receipe and although there are several steps, its easy to accomplish a great thick soup. I added more chicken broth since we like a thinner consistency. I will continue to make this for my family. I didn't see any nutritional information for this receipe.
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Rating: 4
by: Michael, NY Reviewed: 08/10/2011
Filling
thick and hearty soup served great with garlic bread or sticks. I added 2 cans of stewed tomatoes .
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Rating: 3
by: Angelina, FL Reviewed: 10/04/2010
Pasta e Fagioli or Pasta Fazool
No Italian I know uses kidney beans and this is usually a meatless dish (hence peasant food). It varies between Northern Italy and Southern Italy. Usually cannellini beans are used and often great northern beans. Our family sauteed onions and garlic in olive oil and then added tomato, crushed and the beans. Tubetti are best but elbows can be used also. The pasta is cooked separatly al dente and then added to the tomato and beans. Some make it more soupy than others. Add stock for more soup.
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Rating: 5
by: Harold, ID Reviewed: 10/27/2008
Pasta Fagioli Soup
Great soup for a cold winters day. I question the 1001 calories stated. I think it to be much less. Goes great with bread sticks or french bread with smooth creamy butter.
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