Friday, February 7, 2014

Turkey Meatball Spinach Soup

 

 

 

Nothing makes me happier when I am stuck inside during a snow storm is having the ingredients in my pantry to make a hearty soup. I love taking my time, letting the flavors develop and adding the different ingredients in stages to build even more flavor. It may be wicked outside, but your house seems that much cozier with a pot of soup on the stove.

This recipe is from my Canadian friend Heather at New House New Home and from the first time I saw her post, it has been on my list to try. I love orzo pasta in anything and the turkey meatballs sounded delicious. The meatballs came together easily - if you have never made meatballs before, this is a great recipe to start with. The only change I made is that I made mine smaller, so I had around 60 1/2 inch meatballs to add to the soup.

This had a wonderful aroma and we loved it! Cooking the meatballs in the broth makes them moist and delicious - none of that dryness ground turkey can have. The flavors of the spinach and orzo, along with the turkey meatballs all come together to make a terrific and very filling soup. Make sure and put this on your list to make before winter is through :-)

Have a wonderful weekend!

 

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17 comments:

  1. Looks delicious. I am always looking for soup recipes without tomato, as I can no longer eat them. This I could easily sub breadcrumbs for GF ones and either use GF pasta or just add rice. Perfect!!

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  2. Thanks so much, Vicki, for featuring this recipe. It's always a favourite around our house. Love that you changed up the size of the meatballs - mine really were too big!! Hugs.

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  3. This looks like a recipe I am trying when I get back home! Thanks for posting!

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  4. This looks like the perfect cold winter day soup! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Sounds just like Italian Wedding Soup. Only I use escarole instead of spinach. Wonderful!!

    Leann

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  6. Looks like Italian wedding soup..my favorite..I'm sure Downton will think of something...

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  7. Oh you're so right - I love soup !!!
    And yours looks delish!
    I make mine in a crock pot and keep it on warm so that
    I can just keep taking a bowl when I feel like it :)
    Pinning this recipe! ( Thanks )
    XOXO

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  8. I have some ground turkey in the freezer so I'm going to give this a try...looks awesome,...:)JP

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  9. This looks healthy and hearty .. and perfect for a cold winter's night. Thank you for all of the wonderful recipes! Have a nice weekend:):)

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  11. This looks so light and delicious, I will be trying this one!

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  12. I have this same recipe! I have not made it in a while - thank you for the reminder. Tonight I am making Vegetarian Chili - it's killer! Have a great day.

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  13. So glad I found this post at SYC We are having ANOTHER big storm today and a pot of soup sounds perfect. I think I can smell it cooking you described it so well! Have a great week! Stay warm!

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  14. This does look good and hearty! I make a similar soup with spinach and sausage. This will be a fun one to try! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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