Cooking: Spinach Tomato Orzo Soup

13 Jan

Spinach Tomato Orzo Soup by Angie McGowan at the Family Kitchen

Orzo Soup(photo from the Family Kitchen)

This recipe seems so simple upon first glance, but it’s a little bit crazy.  Though I appreciate the intent may have been to use whole boxes, bags & cans of ingredients so you don’t have anything left to shove back into your pantry (I love that!) BUT you will get more soup than you know what to do with so unless you are feeding a family of 10 it might get wasted at the end.  It was delicious the first time, hot off the stove and I love a recipe not afraid of adding spinach.  But leftovers aren’t soup.  They are soggy pasta at best.  (The orzo absorbs all of the liquid).  Fine, maybe, for a lunch at the office, maybe once, but that’s it.  I would need to find a way to make about 1/3 of this recipe if I were to make it again.  If you are feeding a crowd on a cold winter day, then go check out the recipe over at The Family Kitchen.

1 Comment

Posted by on January 13, 2013 in Food, Recipes, Reviews


One response to “Cooking: Spinach Tomato Orzo Soup

  1. baby to sleep through the night

    July 10, 2013 at 12:22 pm

    love hearty soups!

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