Italian Hamburger Soup

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Baby it’s cold outside! I mean Brrrr! Winter has finally arrived here in Kansas City and well call me crazy but I love it! Even though I love getting all bundled up in mittens and sweaters and scarves, I still can get chilled to the bone.  Nothing warms your body and soul like a big steaming hot bowl of homemade soup!  Italian Hamburger Soup is just want you need to keep Jack Frost at bay.Italian Hamburger Soup ~ The Plaid & Paisley Kitchen~ Soup is good food! This tasty soup will warm you when you are chilled to the bone. Full of all the flavors your family loves.If your family is anything like mine Italian is one of our favorite.  We love the garlic, tomatoes and oregano.  If you love these too then Italian Hamburger Soup is for you.  So easy to make on a busy weeknight and perfect for a lazy saturday afternoon.  I know your family loves a good bowl of soup after a day out in the cold.  You can make this for dinner tonight in about 30 min!Italian Hamburger Soup ~ The Plaid & Paisley Kitchen~ Soup is good food! This tasty soup will warm you when you are chilled to the bone. Full of all the flavors your family loves.One of the best reasons for making homemade soup is that you control the sodium that goes into the pot.  Store bought soups are most often very high in sodium.  When you use herbs and seasoning just right you don’t really need a lot of salt.

This Italian Hamburger Soup has oregano, marjoram, garlic and onion powders.  I never use garlic or onion salt, just the powder.  I also only use kosher salt or sea salt.  You get more flavor in less amounts.Italian Hamburger Soup ~ The Plaid & Paisley Kitchen~ Soup is good food! This tasty soup will warm you when you are chilled to the bone. Full of all the flavors your family loves.If you struggle to get your kids to eat veggies then this is a great way to sneak some in.  You can add zucchini, green beans or peas.   I usually make this with zucchini, but they are hard to find in January.  The longer you saute or simmer the vegetable the sweeter they will become, helping to ensure your little ones won’t notice.
Italian Hamburger Soup ~ The Plaid & Paisley Kitchen~ Soup is good food! This tasty soup will warm you when you are chilled to the bone. Full of all the flavors your family loves.Perfect for busy weeknights as you don’t have to simmer this soup long.  There is enough flavor that it all comes through very quickly.  Like most Italian food it does get a deeper flavor the next day.  Depending on how large or how hungry your family is there just might not be any to save for the next day.

Serve this with a nice crusty Rustic Bread and you have the perfect warm me up on a cold day bowl of soup!

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Italian Hamburger Soup

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 40 minutes

Yield: 6-8 servings

Italian Hamburger Soup

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Ingredients

  • 1 lb of ground hamburger
  • 1/2 onion diced
  • 2 stalks of celery diced
  • 1 cup of carrots diced {or I use the matchstick that you can buy ready to use}
  • 1 tbsp each of oregano and marjoram
  • 1 tsp each of salt, garlic and onion powders
  • 1/2 tsp pepper
  • 32 oz of chicken broth
  • 1 1/2 cup water
  • 1 can of red beans drained and rinsed
  • 1 cup of any small shaped pasta {I used ditalini}

Instructions

  1. In a large stock pot over medium high heat add 2 tbs olive oil
  2. saute the onions, celery and carrots until slightly softened {about 3-5 min}
  3. add in the ground beef and brown {you can skim the fat off as it cooks}
  4. stir in all the spices
  5. add the rest of the ingredients
  6. bring to a boil
  7. reduce heat to a simmer for 20 min
  8. serve right from the stock pot
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I have 14 lovely thoughts, I would love to hear yours.

  1. It’s soup weather here in Oregon and this looks perfect for the occasion.
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  2. It’s soup weather here in Oregon and this looks perfect for the occasion.
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  3. It’s soup weather here in Oregon and this looks perfect for the occasion.
    cathy ~ Noble Pig recently posted…Quick Chicken Tortilla PieMy Profile

  4. It is currently down pouring here so I totally need this soup! It looks so comforting!
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  5. Comfort food in 30 minutes? My fave! Love this!
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  6. I love this and I’m sure the leftovers would taste even better! I feel like it’s a fun alternative to chili! It’s been so cold where I live, this would warm me right up!

  7. It’s FREEZING here all of a sudden and I’m not into it. I am into this soup though, big time.
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  8. Dear Chandra, I love hearing that you love the cold. I don’t hear that very often. I grew up in RI and then lived in the south for many years. I missed that snow and bone chilling cold. It was always a wet, humid cold in the south if that makes any sense. I’m happy to be back living in New England and with snow on the ground right now! If it’s going to be cold we might as well have the white stuff. Delicious soup and we’ll have to try this very soon. My family of boys loves soup but only consider it a meal if there’s meat in it. So score! I know this recipe will be a winner at our house!
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    • Oh Allie that is so nice to hear! I also grew up in the South! Memphis, TN but I was born in Chicago and now live in Kansas City. We kind of have a simillar past. I would love to know if you do make the soup! You can always snap a pic and #PandPKitchenrecipes on Instagram and Twitter.

  9. Our cold temperatures have hit and this is definitely needed! So easy and comforting (and I like how you can customize for every kid!)
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