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4/22/09.....SOUP'S ON! COME AND GET IT!!!


Wednesday, April 22, 2009




"TUSCAN BEAN SOUP WITH SAUSAGE"

THIS IS A RECIPE THAT MY DAUGHTER GOT OUT OF ONE OF HER COOK BOOKS AND GAVE ME THE RECIPE. AND BOY IS IT DELICIOUS AND LOW IN CALORIES.

IT ONLY TAKES 20 MINUTES TO MAKE FROM START TO FINISH AND MAKES FOUR SERVINGS. JUST DOUBLE EVERYTHING FOR MORE SERVINGS..

PER SERVING: 252 CALORIES, 14 GRAMS OF PROTEIN, 29 GRAMS OF CARBOHYDRATE, 9 GRAMS OF FAT, 23 MG CHOLESTEROL, 835 MG SODIUM, 8 GRAMS FIBER.





1 TBSP OF ITALIAN SEASONING
1 TBSP OLIVE OIL OR CANAOLA OIL
1/4 POUND LOOSE ITALIAN TURKEY SAUSAGE / OR 1 LB OF GROUND TURKEY BREAST
1 ONION, CHOPPED
1/2 HEAD GREEN CABBAGE, SHREDDED
2 GARLIC CLOVES
1 CAN (16 OUNCES) WHITE KIDNEY BEANS OR CANNELLONI BEANS, RINSED AND DRAINED
2 CANS (14 1/2 OUNCES EACH) FAT FREE, REDUCED-SODIUM CHICKEN BROTH(IF YOU WANT MORE BROTH THEN ADD 3-4 CANS)
1 CAN (14 OUNCES) Italian - STYLE STEW TOMATOES(ADD 2-3 CANS IF YOU WANT MORE TOMATOES)

WARM OIL IN A LARGE NON STICK SAUCE PAN OVER MEDIUM HEAT. ADD SAUSAGE.
COOK 10 MINUTES, OR UNTIL SAUSAGE NO LONGER PINK. REMOVE SAUSAGE TO A SMALL BOWL, LEAVING DRIPPINGS IN THE SAUCE PAN.
ADD ONION TO DRIPPINGS IN SAUCE PAN. COOK 5 MINUTES, OR UNTIL ONION IS TENDER. STIR IN CABBAGE AND GARLIC. COOK 2 MINUTES, STIR IN BEANS, BROTH, TOMATOES(WITH JUICE) AND SAUSAGE. HEAT TO BOILING

REDUCE HEAT TO LOW, COVER AND SIMMER.




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46A39P 5/4/2009 5:40PM

    Happy Birthday Annette!!!!!!

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GODZDESIGN95 4/30/2009 2:00PM

    mmm sound somethings cookin in the kitchen but I would have to sub sausage my blood pressure would give me the beat down. lol

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SEYSARAH 4/23/2009 5:33AM

    As a total lover of soup you can beat I will try this...tasty yeah..but also easy on the budget..you have got yourself a winner with that recipe Annette!!!!

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BIGGIRL2082010 4/22/2009 10:05PM

    Sounds good - but I want the doggie with that apron! :)

Thanks for sharing - soup is something I need to do more often! Love it, but keep forgetting how easy it is to make up a batch!

Cheers,
Maya


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FISHINGLADY66 4/22/2009 5:29PM

    Yum!! Thanks!!
Irene

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MRSHONEYC 4/22/2009 4:29PM

    Okay, that sounds good (except OOooh the SODIUM!) would use the ground turkey instead simply because of that! I am writing this down for something NEW and DIFFERENT to try - I'm in a rut! THANKS for sharing!!!!
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BONNIE627 4/22/2009 3:17PM

    sounds good

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