Pioneer Woman Italian Wedding Soup

If you have a food processor, you can speed up the procedure even more. Simply grate or chop the onion, parsley, garlic, and bread in the processor. While I love spinach in Italian Wedding Soup, many others prefer escarole. Additionally, you may substitute fresh baby spinach for the frozen spinach.

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For this soup, we want a beautiful neutral-tasting oil. Veggies â Carrots, finely cut, and spinach, compacted and coarsely chopped Carrots, finely cut, and spinach, compacted and coarsely chopped Pasta â I like orzo for a little bit of chewiness, but any small shaped pasta would work.

There are, of course, countless variations on the recipe, but here I've included one that is closer to an authentic Italian version, omitting ingredients that are difficult to find outside of Italy and simplifying and streamlining it so that it can be prepared quickly, rather than over the course of two days, as is customary.

You may substitute any hearty, dark greens that are in season and readily available (dandelion greens, collards, dinosaur/lacinato/Tuscan kale, curly endive [a.k.a. frise], Swiss chard, curly kale, or beet greens come to mind as non-traditional ingredients that would work wonderfully here! ), but try to incorporate at least two different types.

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