Better Than Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana

Better Than Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana

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Better Than Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana
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The flavors of the Zuppa Toscana at Olive Garden are pure magic. They're the perfect blend of potato, sausage and kale in a flavorful broth that you could just lap up for days! With this recipe for Better Than Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana, now you can make your own version right in your own kitchen! This rich and delicious Italian soup recipe always earns rave reviews and will save you a trip to the restaurant... and some cash too! Learn how to cook like a restaurant chef by following along with this copycat recipe for Olive Garden soup. It's one of the best we've found!

Cooking Time40 min

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I fell in love with this soup when I had it at Olive Garden and I'm really happy to see this copycat recipe. I love kale as well, though I can also see making it with any spinach we may have. I like the idea of adding a bit of dry red pepper since I appreciate foods with a little additional heat.

We do not have Olive Garden here in South Africa so I was not familiar with this dish but, boy, this is a great recipe! We had it one evening during the week and today one of the children asked when we would be having it again, lol. Even though it is Fall in South Africa, here in Cape Town we are still having really hot weather, Hot soups are usually a cool weather thing and we will definitely be having it more often during the chilly weather to come.

I've never tried this soup at Olive Garden, but I have made a similar soup before, so I'd love to try this version. I love anything with kale in it, and the potatoes make it nice and hearty. This would be perfect served with a salad and crusty bread. I would probably omit the sausage and cook it as a vegetarian dish. Yum!

I just made this recipe and it was very good, I eat this soup everytime i go to olive garden and thiers has a little kick to it, so i put a little dry red pepper in mine and it went from good to awsome. thanks for the recipe.

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