How to Make Zuppa Toscana

This guide will show you how to make Zuppa Toscana, a spicy Italian soup.

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First off, you should gather all of your ingredients. You won't need the cream, kale, or flour till later.

First off, you should gather all of your ingredients. You won't need the cream, kale, or flour till later.

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Chop the sausages (it's easier to chop them while they're still a little frozen) and brown them in a saute pan on medium high heat.

Chop the sausages (it's easier to chop them while they're still a little frozen) and brown them in a saute pan on medium high heat.

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Once brown, place them on a separate plate to drain. Drain most of the remaining oil from the pan, but not all.

Once brown, place them on a separate plate to drain. Drain most of the remaining oil from the pan, but not all.

4
Saute the onion and the garlic in the pan until cooked, but not brown.

Saute the onion and the garlic in the pan until cooked, but not brown.

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Scrub and chop your potatoes and place them into the crock-pot.

Scrub and chop your potatoes and place them into the crock-pot.

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Add the onion, garlic, sausages, and chicken broth to the pot. Add a pinch of salt to flavor if desired, (highly recommended).

Add the onion, garlic, sausages, and chicken broth to the pot. Add a pinch of salt to flavor if desired, (highly recommended).

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Cover and cook on high for 3-4 hours until potatoes are done.

Cover and cook on high for 3-4 hours until potatoes are done.

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30 minutes before serving, combine flour and cream in a small bowl to remove chunks.

30 minutes before serving, combine flour and cream in a small bowl to remove chunks.

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Add cream and flour mixture with kale to the soup and cook for another 30 minutes on high.

Add cream and flour mixture with kale to the soup and cook for another 30 minutes on high.

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Serve with garlic bread if you'd like and enjoy!

Serve with garlic bread if you'd like and enjoy!

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