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Escarole and Bean Soup

"This soup is garlicky with the option of Adobo spice which can be found in specialty supermarket. Shred Italian cheese on top if you like."
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Ingredients

45 m servings 214 cals
Original recipe yields 6 servings

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  1. Cook and stir onion and garlic in a large pot with a little stock or olive oil. Do not brown.
  2. Add the rest of the stock, adobo spice, navy beans, and chopped escarole. Cook until the escarole is tender, It is best when it is a little crispy.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 214 calories; 0.9 g fat; 40.4 g carbohydrates; 12.3 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 340 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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My husband, who is italian, loves this soup! It's super easy and healthy. The only thing I changed is I pinched little sections of Jennie-O turkey italian sausage out of the casing and formed ...

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I didn't have Adobo seasoning so that may be why the flavors just felt flat to me as is (although the recipe says it's optional). It felt like it needed some sort of acid, so I squeezed a half ...

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My husband, who is italian, loves this soup! It's super easy and healthy. The only thing I changed is I pinched little sections of Jennie-O turkey italian sausage out of the casing and formed ...

I love this soup. I have always made it with cannelini (white) beans & also add a box of frozen cheese pierogi. The kids pick out the parts they like.

The harddest part making this soup was chopping the onions.... This was very good and had a great taste everyone that ate it enjoyed it!

This is a very easy, tasty rendition of an old Italian favorite. I like to add homemade, tiny meatballs to the soup while it is cooking. Yummy!

My mother in-law makes this all the time. I had asked for the recipe several times but was never given it. Then I found this one. It's even better then hers! Great flavor!

Every once in a while I wish there was an option for 10 stars. This is definately one of those times!! This soup is OUTRAGEOUS!! It takes no time to make, is TOTALLY healthy & the taste is OM...

I didn't have Adobo seasoning so that may be why the flavors just felt flat to me as is (although the recipe says it's optional). It felt like it needed some sort of acid, so I squeezed a half ...

It is hard to find good looking escarole where I live so I just substituted spinach. It was still wonderful and perfect for my husband who is a diabetic. All that fiber and protein, yum. Than...

I pinched the sausage into small pieces before baking them, which takes some of the fat out of frying them before adding them to the soup. I also would suggest adding raw egg during the last fe...