Cast Iron Wedding Soup

CAST IRON WEDDING SOUP

This cast iron wedding soup is a twist on the traditional Italian Wedding Soup. A bit heartier than the usual watered down variety and spiced up with some andouille sausage. Makes a great stand alone soup served with fresh bread and sliced apples. A good wine compliments this tasty addition to the dinner table. 

Cast Iron Wedding Soup

Cast Iron Wedding Soup

A little twist on the traditional Italian wedding soup. As I post some of my recipes on the Johnsonville Kitchens Facebook page, they were kind enough to let me take a sneak peek at a new product they’re preparing. I received a two boxes of their new Grillers in a Swiss and Mushroom flavor and a Cheddar and Bacon flavor. Both were excellent, but the Swiss and Mushroom flavor piqued my interest. I like a good Italian Wedding soup and most of what comes in a can is nothing like a good soup. So, time to roll my own. Using the Griller eliminated the need to make meatballs and some of Andouille sausage really kicked up this soup. The hardest part was preparing the spinach, but it was worth the effort. Just simple, hearty and flavorful soup.

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Cast Iron Wedding Soup
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Cast Iron Wedding Soup
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  1. Cook the two Johnsonville Grillers per package instructions. Cut and set aside.
  2. In a 5 qt. Dutch Oven, add stock and bouillon. Season with thyme and oregano and bring to a simmer. Add Carrots, Celery, and Onion and continue simmering.
  3. Add Andouille and continue simmering for about 30 minutes.
  4. Add cut up grillers and continue simmering.
  5. Add spinach, beans, and ditalini. Simmer till pasta is tender and serve.
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