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Ingredients 1/2 large sweet onion, chopped 1 teaspoon olive oil 2 large carrots, chopped 1 1/2 teaspoons minced garlic 32 ounces vegetable broth, 4 cups 14.5 ounce can diced tomatoes 1 teaspoon dried basil 1 teaspoon dried oregano 1 teaspoon dried crushed rosemary salt and pepper to taste pinch red. Add the remaining ingredients, except the kale Bring it to a boil and cook for about 7 minutes or until the tortellini is cooked through. Add kale and cook for 2-4 minutes more. Taste and add any extra seasonings, if necessary. Stir in the tortellini and the kale and continue to simmer for about 6 to 8 minutes, or until the tortellini is tender.

Remove from the heat. Season with additional salt and red pepper flakes as needed. Divide into bowls and garnish with cheese, if desired. Begin by chopping your onion and carrots and finely mincing your garlic.

In a very large soup pot, sautee the onion with a tablespoon of oil over medium heat until soft and then add in the garlic. Cook for another minute, and then add the carrots and your favorite Italian dried herbs (I used a blend of oregano, basil, and rosemary noted above). Add chicken, kale, tortellini, remaining 1/4 cup oil, and remaining 1 1/2 teaspoons salt. Simmer until tortellini are al dente, about 5 minutes.

Step 3 Ladle soup into bowls. Place first five ingredients in a 5or 6-qt. slow cooker. Cook, covered, on low until chicken is no longer pink, 2-3 hours.

Stir in tortellini, beans, artichoke hearts and kale. Cook, covered, on low until tortellini and kale. Add chicken stock, a can of crushed tomatoes and a little tomato paste. Simmer and season with salt. Add kale, cream and tortellini.

Serve! Truly a one pot wonder, this creamy tortellini soup is going to win you some serious awards. You’ve got your.

My favorite cozy weeknight soup made in just 30 min! It’s so stinking easy too. Loaded with tender, Creamy Tortellini, sausage, and kale! Have you.

Add garlic and saute another 30 seconds. Add thyme, salt and pepper and stir to combine. Add chicken broth, turn the heat up to high and bring to a boil. (I cover the pot to speed this up.) Add the tortellini and cook for 7-8 minutes. Add spinach/kale if using, and cook an additional minute. Transfer the mixture to your slow cooker, then add in the carrots, broth, and tomatoes.

Grind in the herbs and stir. Cover the slow cooker and cook on low for 3 hours. Add the kale and tortellini and cook for another 30 minutes before serving.

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Add the blanched kale and ¼ cup of the stock and simmer until the kale is heated through, about 3 minutes longer.

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Add the kale and the pasta to the soup and simmer another 10 minutes, or until the pasta is cooked al dente.

“Mediterranean Harvest: Vegetarian Recipes from the World's Healthiest Cuisine” by Martha Rose Shulman
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Add the kale, salt, and 1½ cups water, cover, bring to a boil, and cook over medium-high heat for 8 to 10 minutes.

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Add the kale and 1 teaspoon salt and simmer until tender, about 15 minutes.

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Add the kale and stir to incorporate (if you need to let the soup cook all day while you are gone, just add the kale at the beginning or substitute spinach and add at serving time).

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Stir in kale and orzo, cover, and cook on high until kale and orzo are tender, 20 to 30 minutes.

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Add the beans, kale, and pasta; cook until pasta is al dente and kale is tender, about 10 minutes.

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Simmer for 30 minutes or until kale is very tender.

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Cook for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, until kale is tender.

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  • Thanks for sharing this video really enjoyed it I love cooking you see so it’s really interesting please vlog more videos like this in the future.and stay safe also have a lovely summer

  • That recipe looks so easy and yummy to make! For 1 person does it warm up well? When I cook I like to prepare for at least 2 or 3 meals at a time. Good choice Ty.

  • Sometimes I may try to get as much of such chores taken care of and put of the way shortly before going away. Any way, awesome tortellini soup for sure, I think that I will definitely some point give it all a try eventually for sure!!

  • Io nn sò in quale italia siete passati,punto primo la cipolla e l carota vanno soffrite, punto seconda lasciamo perdere xk solo vederli mi fà vomitare….

  • That looks delicious! We don’t eat much meat here though, the only meat we eat here is usually chicken, turkey, fish, and sometimes beef.

  • Thank you for sharing, it looks so yummy. I want to give you a little bit of advice, when scraping your veggies or anything else for that matter use the back of your blade. When you scrape on the blade you’re damaging the edge and the knife will need sharpening more often. Anyway, give it a try. I will be trying the soup. In the meantime I will be looking forward to your next video until then please take care and God bless!

  • beauty childrens, greets. But I can’t believe the crap I just see, but did you really eat all this? dont be hungry please but my hearts goes die. WITH A FRUITS SIDE MY GOSH?

  • Amazing recipe, made it today, the wife was truly impressed…can’t wait to check out more of your magic potions!!! Keep up the amazing work!

  • I’ve been using your recipe for 3 years now even my 4 year old loves it. We dont eat pork so I use chicken instead & add diced potatoes to it & instead of spinach I add kale.. ITS AMAZING!!

  • Very good. My husband had 3 bowls of this for dinner last night. My kids ate it too. Def. will make again. Thank you for the recipe.

  • cooking fresh tortellini for 7-9min + the time for your spinach to blanche? don’t they disintegrate in your soup? i boil mine for 2-3min tops so they will still have some bite in them. The soup looks gorgeous though

  • this reminds me EXACTLY like the frozen tortellini and spinach soup that Bertolli puts out. I’m definitely going to make this! it looks so simple and delicious!

  • Tammy can you please do more entrées and side videos? I love your desserts and sweets but I really do enjoy your entrée videos more!
    This one has been a family favorite!:)
    Thank you!

  • I actually love tarragon as well! I will try it in this next time:) Asiago is a delicious cheese, okay now you are making me hungry:)

  • You’d be surprised how nice Spinach is in soups; I HATE spinach, but I loooove it in soups, because it’s just a very mild flavor and the texture isn’t too noticeable. Plus it’s a decent way to get some leafy green vitamins

  • My God you’re ruining my life…SO MUCH AMAZING LOOKING FOOD AND SIMPLE RECIPES. D: I’m gonna go broke-but I won’t be hungry!

    Also, I had heard of this recipe before from my Grams-only she used meatballs. And THOSE were awful. And instead of diced tomatoes, I used the S&W brand Stewed Tomatoes, Italian style; great for people who love bigger bites of tomato, and the seasoning in the tomatoes enhanced the flavor but didn’t overpower it. Also, tarragon.


  • I also made this soup more than once. Thanks for the tip on the Tuscan seasoning, I will look for it.
    Thanks for letting me know you tried this.

  • Thanks for letting me know you tried this! Yes I agree completely, it looks so fancy when it is all put together, hard to believe it is so simple to make.

  • I just made this for the first time tonight, and may I say this is one of my favorite new soups. It makes you seem like you have spent hrs on it. Great for first dates, cuz it makes you seem to know your way around the kitchen. Love your videos I am a new sub and will be forever. P.s I also made your peanut butter cups and fudge too today:-) you’re awesome!!!

  • I’ll do this tomorrow. but I’ll use Tortellini with meat inside and no spinach because first my father is allergic to and the second one I do not like

  • I’m Italian..and this recipe really seems italian..I often have a pasta dish that is very similar to this..expecially during winter.
    Great job,I love your videos..never stop doing videos,please!
    You’re so kind and you explain things in an amazing and clear way..your recipes are always so yummy!

  • i am addicted to watching this video and all of your videos! you’re so good! And i’m making this tomorrow! so excited! Can you make broccoli cheddar soup? Keep up the amazing work!:D

  • OMG this soup is AMAZING!!! I just made it and it taste just as good, maybe even better then what I have had in an Italian restaurant. And it is so quick to make. Thank you for this recipe… Keep up the great work:) From a fellow Canadian, all the way down in little ole Cape Breton:)

  • I was actually trying to find Rachael Ray videos when I stumbled on to yours and I love them!:) I can’t help but notice all the rainbows in your work, you must live in Hawaii. Thanks for sharing your talents

  • I actually do something similar to this on my bulk-cooking days! Soup is great for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack when youre sick, when youre on the go!

  • Wow Tammy, u have fingers of steel! i couldnt help noticing u placing your hands on the hot pan multiple times haha love your videos, keep up the good work!

  • I showed my mum your channel, she loves you, and I do too! Please continue making fabulous videos. Lots of support from Australia. (Please reply if possible!)

  • dear yoymax12 i love u and ur vids i truly truly truly realy wish i was ur kid i realy think u are beutiful and creative keep it up on the vids i will keep waching them as long as i live ♥♡♥♡

  • Looks delish why the negative comments? cooking is supose to be fun. Make the best out of what you have, substitute or omit what you dont like. Thank you for sharing your version of this recipe Love it.

  • Loved it! I used navy beans and pasta instead of spinach and tortellini. My husband was very impressed. Thanks for the inspiration

  • Made this a couple nights ago! A big hit with my family! I think I’d try a different kind of tortellini next time… The cheese ones they sell here aren’t very good. But regardless, love you and your videos! Thank you so much!

  • I know this soup has to be delicious. I make something similar, but I didn’t consider using cheese tortellini, so I can’t wait to try it this way…. I’m already excited, lol

  • Best soup ever! I made it following every ingredient to the 1/16 teaspoon lol I just eliminated the spinach it was so good my family loved it thanks yoyomax12!!!!!

  • OMG Tammy, I just made this soup, and it was SO DELICIOUS!! I saw the video and knew I had to try it, but I wasn’t ready for how good this soup turned out to be!! So hearty and filling! The red pepper flakes really made it CRAZY GOOD though. I wish I were still hungry so I could eat more!! lol. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe! Instant favorite!

  • Did I tell you how much I Love You? Lol…I Love to see Italian Dishes made the Right Way. I’m from Rome and teaching other’s is so important in Cooking. How a Person cooks at Home is Different than cooking for 10,000 viewers. I have seen ” Chef’s ” on Youtube use GRAVY out of a Can. We do not call it Pizza Sauce in Italy…its called GRAVY. You are so Awesome…I Hope you got your Skillet Seasoned…