Frog Eye (Pearled Couscous) Soup came about by accident. Well, not complete accident, but this was something I literally threw together one time from some ingredients we had on hand in our sparsely-stocked kitchen. We needed something for supper, and I hadn’t yet made my trek to the grocery store that week.
It was such a happy accident.
I dug around in my pantry, fridge, and freezer, mixed some ingredients together, and voila! This soup was born! We loved it so much we knew it needed to become a regular recipe, which meant it needed a name. Aaron deemed it Frog Eye Soup, which seems quite appropriate when you look at it. I’ve never eaten frog eyes, but I doubt this tastes like them.
With just a few ingredients and a little bit of time, you can create one of the most delicious, flavorful soups you’ve ever had!
It’s super hearty, packed with fiber and protein, and surprise! It’s so tasty! I would never share a recipe on here that I didn’t personally approve as being absolutely delectable.
And bonus! My toddler LOVES this soup. So yes, I’m telling you this soup is hearty, healthy, delicious, fiber-filled and protein-packed, AND it’s kid-approved.
I know. It’s a miracle.
What are you waiting for?! Go make it for some family or fun friends and enjoy it with a slice of bread and side salad around the dinner table!
- 1 lb light pork sausage
- 1 yellow sweet onion, finely diced
- Pinch of Italian seasoning
- 4 14.5oz cans beef broth
- 2 10.75oz cans condensed tomato soup
- 2 5oz boxes of Near East Basil and Herb Pearled Couscous
- 2 c chopped fresh spinach