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Italian meatball soup with sweet potatoes and escarole
Gluten-Free Friendly, Dairy-Free, Soy-Free, Paleo, Protein Plus
2 Servings, 680 Calories/Serving
In Italy, meatballs are almost never served on pasta. Known as polpette, they are much more often served en brodo, Italian for "in broth." Here, sweetly bitter escarole and fresh dill play off the warming spices seasoning the meat. The soup comes together quickly, but tastes like it simmered for hours.
In your bag
- ¾ pound sweet potatoes
- ¼ pound carrots
- 3 scallions
- Peeled fresh garlic
- 1 cup chicken stock
- 10 ounces ground turkey
- 1 pasture-raised organic egg
- Meatball spice blend (nutmeg - coriander - cinnamon)
- ¼ cup almond meal
- ½ pound escarole
- Fresh dill
Nutrition per serving
Calories 680, Total Fat 35g (45% DV), Sat. Fat 6g (30% DV), Trans Fat 0g, Cholest. 190mg (63% DV), Sodium 590mg (26% DV), Total Carb. 53g (19% DV), Fiber 14g (50% DV), Protein 42g
Contains: Eggs, Tree Nuts
Wash produce before use
Prep the soup ingredients
- Scrub or peel the sweet potatoes and carrots and trim off the ends; cut the potatoes and carrots in half lengthwise, then crosswise into ¼-inch-thick half-moons.
- Trim the root ends from the scallions; finely chop the white and green parts, reserving the white parts for the soup and the green parts for the meatballs.
- Finely chop, press, or grate enough garlic to measure 1½ teaspoons.
Start the soup
While the soup cooks, prepare the meatballs.
Make the meatballs
- Cut a small corner from the turkey packaging; drain off any excess liquid. Transfer to a plate and pat dry with a paper towel.
While the meatballs cook, prep the escarole.
Prep the last ingredients; finish the soup
- Trim the root end from the escarole; coarsely chop the escarole.
- Coarsely chop the dill.
Chef’s Tip To get dinner on the table as quickly as possible, in Step 1, don’t bother peeling the potatoes or carrots (the peel has much of the flavor and nutrition, anyways). Be sure to slice the vegetables thinly, then start cooking the potatoes and carrots while you prep the garlic.