The distinctive taste of this soup comes from the cavolo nero (“black cabbage”). This has recently been popularized by chefs such as Jamie Oliver and is now available in many farmers’ markets. Read Recipe »
This is a quick, healthy and tasty dish originally from southern Italy which has many possible variations (some add anchovies, some boil the broccoli in the pasta water etc). It is delicious made with orecchiette (ear-shpaed) pasta, but any short pasta will be fine.
This soup, like many others, actually improves if left for a day or so. We make a large batch and have it in varied ways – without the bread soaked into it but served on top of hot toast rubbed with raw garlic or with the bread and served at room temperature
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