Italian Tortellini Soup — Easy Weeknight Meal!
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Here’s a hearty dinner idea your family will LOVE!
If you’re looking for a tasty soup recipe that’s also easy to prepare (especially for those busy weeknights!), try this yummy soup that features sausage and store-bought cheese tortellini! This makes for such a comforting meal on a chilly day, and the leftovers taste even better the next day.
Hip tips for making Italian Tortellini Soup:
- I’m using chicken sausage in this recipe, however, you can swap it to any sausage or ground sausage you prefer.
- The prepared cheese tortellini I’m using can be found in the refrigerated section at the store. I bet you could also use your favorite cheese ravioli instead if desired.
- The tortellini tends to soak up the broth, so if you have leftovers to reheat consider having some extra broth on hand to add.
Italian Sausage Tortellini Soup
yield: 6 SERVINGS
prep time: 15 MINUTES
cook time: 20 MINUTES
total time: 35 MINUTES
Make this hearty tomato broth soup bursting with flavors and packed with sausage and tortellini—perfect for any chilly day!
- 12 oz. Chicken Sausage, casings removed
- 9 oz. package store-bought cheese tortellini
- 1/2 medium onion, chopped
- 6 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 can stewed tomatoes, sliced and undrained
- 4 cups chicken broth
- 1 and 3/4 cups water
- 6 oz. fresh spinach, coarsely chopped
- 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
- 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
- dash of salt & pepper to taste
In a large pot on the stove, crumble and cook sausage with garlic and onions until no longer pink.
Stir in the broth, tomatoes, and water. Bring to boil.
Add the tortellini and let boil for about 7 minutes until tender.
Reduce heat and add spinach & seasonings.
I could eat a comforting soup like this every day!
The tomato-based broth is super flavorful and I love the fresh spinach as a healthy addition. My family doesn’t get excited about soups as often as I do, but even they all loved it! All the flavors make this easy dish a new family-favorite.
Love easy weekday meals thank u & keep them coming.
Great! Me too- we sure will 👍
You posted this same recipe a few years ago and we’ve been making it ever since. We actually just made it Monday night. It’s our family’s favorite soup.
Really? Oh my goodness I love to hear that. Thanks for sharing Rachel!
This sounds delicious
Thanks Tami! I think you’ll enjoy 😉
Lina you killed it yet again! Looks delicious! I recently made a tortelinni soup but was underwhelmed by the flavor, will try this one for sure!
Oh thanks! Yes lots of flavor in this one 👍
Looks delicious! Thank you 👍
I make a chicken soup and add tortellini and the family loves it, but I’m going to try this tonight! I think it’s safe to say this will be the new favorite. ❤
OH YAY!!! Enjoy Deanna and thanks for stopping by <3
I am making right now! What size can of tomatoes? Can’t wait to taste it, thank you Lina!,,
I believe the 14.5 oz thanks!! Enjoy 😉
Thank you. My family loved it! I
Oh yay! Thanks Kathy!
Made this tonight, delicious! I just used a can of diced tomatoes that I had on hand and a squirt of tomato paste
Perfect! Thanks for sharing Amanda!
This was super good! I made it with light life vegan sausage instead of chicken sausage and doubled it. My whole family loves it! Even my 4 year old!
Oh yay that’s so great! Thanks Mel!
Made it with mild Italian sausage last night. Also had Italian stewed tomatoes, so I cut back on the seasoning. Everybody ate it and liked it. Thanks for the recipe.
Just made this. Soooo tasty. Thank you
Not sure if there are any vegetarians out there, but this is easily adaptable.
I used Beyond Meat spicy breakfast sausage (just crumbled the patties) and vegetable stock.
It was a HUGE HIT with the meat eaters in our home, too!!! 🙂
Thanks for the great recipe — we’ll be making this again soon.