White Bean and Escarole Soup

It’s definitely soup season, and this escarole soup is new in my rotation. It tastes similar to minestrone, and even though I added plenty of minced garlic in place of the whole cloves, the flavor was subtle. The white beans make it filling and the colors make it pretty – the perfect combination for a winter meal.

4 thoughts on “White Bean and Escarole Soup

  1. KC,This looks just like the soup I made on Sunday. I used one half of a large package of frozen kale in place of the escarole. It was such a wonderful, hearty, meatless meal. I can't wait to have the leftovers.P.S. The eggplant spread is delicious. I've used it on a toasted Arnold thin with LCL garlic & herb and also in place of mayo (w/LCL also, of course) on a ham sandwich.


  2. Kerry, Kinda' off course here, but what do you think of all the crunchy kale recipes that seem to be floating around. Want to take a stab at one? (The escarole made me think of it)-Lee :)p.s. the soup looks yummy


  3. @Nanc- Ha, that was funny!@ME – Eggplant and LCL are a great combination!@Lee – I tried kale chips once, and wasn't very impressed, but I could give it another shot. Maybe this weekend?


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