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zuppa toscana soup olive garden clone

Desciption

i have tried quite a few different recipes that state they are a zuppa toscana copy cat but none of them had much flavor and while they were close i set out to make a soup that is zuppa toscana.

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Steps

  1. Bring chicken stock and water to a light boil and add potatoes
  2. In a skillet cook bacon until somewhat done and remove
  3. Saut the onion in the bacon rendering until almost caramelized
  4. Remove and put in boiling stock
  5. In the same skillet add olive oil and cook italian sausage
  6. Add garlic with the sausage and cook until sausage is done and the consistency of ground hamburger meat
  7. Add mixture to the stock
  8. By this time check to see if potatoes are cooked by trying to squish them on the side of the stock pot
  9. When they are done reduce heat and add cream and swiss chard
  10. Salt
  11. Anise
  12. Red pepper
  13. Black pepper
  14. Serve with garlic bread or corn bread

Step 10

Total Time in Minute 60

Ingredients Count 14

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Ingredients

Chicken stock

Bacon

Onion white

Russet potatoes

Sweet italian sausage

Garlic cloves

Olive oil

Swiss chard

Cream

Water

Ground aniseed

Salt

Red pepper flakes

Black pepper

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