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Italian Cupboard Soup

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Complete this soup with warmed Italian bread and salad of mixed greens.


  • 2 boneless pork chops (cubed)
  • 15 ounces chopped tomatoes (undrained)
  • 29 ounces chicken broth
  • 2 tablespoons dried minced onion
  • 15 ounces cannellini beans (OR great Northern beans, drained and rinsed)
  • 8 ounces fresh spinach leaves (torn)
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    1. In a deep saucepan, brown the pork in a little oil; add all ingredients except spinach; bring to a boil, lower heat and simmer for 15 minutes; stir in torn spinach and cook for 2 minutes more.
    2. Optional serving suggestion - top with a sprinkle of grated Parmesan cheese just before serving.
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    ASunflower 1. 23 days ago
    love it..i added shrimp, garlic, parsley and a little cilantro to spice up...overall delicious and I'll be making it again.
    Christine 5 months ago
    No seasonings listed in the ingredients. I added my own seasonings.
    Salma 7 months ago
    Easy and good. I used chicken instead lf pork and added some ginger, pasley and scallions.
    Rui M. 9 months ago
    really tasty, would maybe add some herbs to the dish at the end
    Briana Main 10 months ago
    soooo easy and sooo good. my family absolutely loved it, there was plenty for our family of four. i had some left over pork and chicken fajitas from the night before that i didnt want to go to waste so i chopped it all up and threw it in. everything else i followed to a T. will definitely be making again and soon!
    Chyenn R. 10 months ago
    This soup was so simple, cheap, quick and easy to make! It tasted great! I did make some changes. I doubled up the recipe except for the beans. I’m not a big fan of beans so I kept that amount the same. I’ve never tried Canelli beans but they are actually pretty good. I browned the pork with garlic salt and black pepper. I accidentally purchased minced garlic instead of onion so I used that instead (less than 2 TB of course). Also I added a bag of “pepper strips” which are the tri color bell peppers. I added some red pepper flakes as well for spice.
    Royce 2 years ago
    Great, and easy to make.
    Lu 2 years ago
    Better than expected...the pork is delicious.
    Irina 2 years ago
    Amazing and easy! Didn’t have any dried minced onion so I used minced onions and it was delicious too
    Stefanie S. 2 years ago
    Easy to make! The only alterations I made were: I cooked the pork chops with a packet of Good Seasons Italian dressing, used beef stock, and added oregano while it simmered. Recommend the Parmesan garnish before serving. Fabulous soup! Will make again!!
    Ellen 2 years ago
    Super delicious! I definitely recommend this soup! My whole family loved it and i have already made it twice. It’s also very cheap! I also added a bit of paprika powder and cumin.
    Jacqui Johnson 2 years ago
    So easy, and so delicious! The family loved it.
    vincent horton 2 years ago
    Turned out great! Was looking for a quick stove top meal with existing ingredients. This was perfect and delicious.
    Laura Corcoran 2 years ago
    Oh sweet mother of ..... this is the BEST soup I have made to date from the yummly app. Super simple and of meager ingredients. I doubled the recipe and used just a shy over 2 lbs of pork loin. I didn't have the dried minced onion so I subsituted minced red onion. 6 adults have 3 bowls each and just a tad was left over. Yum, stupendous, mmm-marvilous! Don't forget the cheese at the table. Its certainly sets it worlds apart!