Orecchiette Chicken Florentine Italian White Bean Soup




2 cans of Great Northern White Beans or Fresh White Beans
1 can 14.5 chicken broth
2 boneless chicken breasts cubed
1 cup white wine
1 cup water
1 can 14.5 diced tomatoes or 4 freshly diced plum tomatoes shown
1/2 teaspoon basil, oregano, parsley, garlic powder
2 cloves minced  fine garlic
1 stalk celery minced fine
4 tables extra virgin olive oil
3 cups of fresh spinach

1/4 pound of boiled and strained boxed or Fresh orecchiette pasta (best is fresh)
2 tablespoon  percorino romano grated cheese
extra cheese for top

In a large saucepan add oil, saute' Chicken, garlic and spinach. Saute chicken and spinach around 2 to 3 mintues. Add all the rest of ingredients except for pasta. Simmer soup for 1 hour on low. Add cheese and pasta at the end. Serve with more cheese on top....enjoy!





27 comments:

  1. Una zuppa gustosissima, tutti i sapori e i profumi racchiusin uno splendido piatto italiano, complimenti anche per le foto che rendono benissimo la bontà della zuppa. Buona Domenica.

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  2. this looks scrumptious,claudia!

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  3. Claudia...I could only imagine the aroma in your kitchen...great eating ;o)

    Ciao for now and have a great Sunday,
    Claudia

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  4. Love this dish! Nothing beats white bean soup and yours sounds delicious!

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  5. What a great hearty meal!! Love the orecchiette.

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  6. What a luscious list of ingredients. It doesn't get better than this Claudia!

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  7. this has everything I love in it... what a nice comforting meal to satisfy hungry tummies... hope your weekend is going great, glad to back in the rut, if you know what I mean...

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  8. Great minds think a lot. I am making 3-bean soup with spinach. Looking at your photos, I am now looking forward to the dinner even more.

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  9. Marvelous soup...lots of similarities to my Italian pasta soup, but I love the differences, too (wine, for example!).

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  10. Nothing like a hearty soup ... this cold weather just won't go away ... a great combination of ingredients, and with fresh orecchiette one of my favorite types of pasta. The photos are great too!

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  11. I like the creamy richness of white bean soup. This looks delicious.

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  12. wonderful combination looks delicious

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  13. Oh that looks delicious! I can taste it from here! Blessings, Catherine xox

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  14. Certainly is beautiful! I have been trying to decide what to do with the kale in my fridge... I may substitute the spinach for it! Thanks for the inspiration :)

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  15. this looks really wonderful! all ingredients that I love

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  16. Your soup looks really good I like that its simple ingredients,good for a week night dinner. Thanks so much for linking up and for putting my button on your post too :) Have a wonderful week!

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  17. A nice hearty soup with a lot of goot flavors. I like to use great northern beans when a recipe calls for white beans. Great clicks!

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  18. Since spring is still on the horizon, I have time to try this one. It looks wonderful.

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  19. Your soup looks like a bowl full of love! Packed with deliciousness and such a comfort. I read your comment about lining up all those crockpots - you are amazing! I bet your coworkers were real happy!

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  20. You are making me seriously hungry with your hearty, delicious and comforting soup. White bean soup is my all time favorite bean soups, and I love the way you made it adding the orecchiette!

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  21. Loving this soup. I enjoy bean soups so much and have had a lot of success this year at getting people who 'don't like beans' to enjoy them too.

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  22. Hi Claudia,
    White beans are always a favorite around our house, and this soup looks like a great one indeed!
    For some reason I cannot submit a reply on Stumble Upon toolbar with all your shares.

    Bon appetit!

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