Keto Italian Wedding Soup (Noodlefication Recipes!)


The recipe you’ve been waiting for since I accidentally made keto couscous!! Keto Italian Wedding Soup!
Servings: 8, Calories: 452, Fat: 31, Carbs: 6, Fiber: 2, Net Carbs: 4, Protein: 36

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Meatball Ingredients (aff links included):
• 1 lb ground beef
• 1 lb ground pork
• 1 egg
• 1/2 cup almond flour –
• 1/3 cup parmesan cheese
• 1 tablespoon garlic, minced
• 1 tablespoon Italian Seasoning
• 1 teaspoon Salt
• 1/2 teaspoon Black Pepper
Soup Ingredients:
• 2 tablespoons avocado oil –
• 1 yellow onion, chopped
• Salt and pepper, to taste
• 1 tablespoon garlic, minced
• 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
• 2 quarts chicken broth (or stock)
• 5 oz fresh baby spinach
• 2 cups Keto Couscous –
• Parmesan for sprinkling

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  1. I have made lots of italian wedding soup….pre- keto so this is awesome. I can tell from the recipe it is spot on. I once paid a friend to take out a fig tree for me with 8 qts of Italian wedding soup! It freezes perfectly. This comes just in time……it is going to snow again in a couple of days so I will arm myself with this. I make my meatballs the size of large marbles, yes a huge pain but worth it. Rather than pre -cooking the meatballs I add them raw to the boiling soup. They cook quickly. I am so super excited for this!

  2. Yer funny. "Why yes, I make my own Israeli couscous (Ptitim as it is properly called), but I don't mince my own garlic, that's just asking too much" but hey, I use the little frozen square garlic.

    So israeli couscous or ptitim is about 70 years old. Real couscous is ancient.

    Ptitim was created in 1953, during the austerity period in Israel.  Israel's first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, asked Eugen Proper, one of the founders of the Osem food company, to devise a wheat-based substitute for rice. The company took up the challenge and developed ptitim, which is made of hard wheat flour and toasted in an oven. Ptitim was initially produced with a rice-shape, but after its success Osem also began to produce a ball-shaped variety inspired by couscous. Consequently, ptitim is sometimes called "Ben-Gurion rice". – wiki.

    Of course if you put this up with any other label than couscous folks would likely not be much attracted would they?

    Keep at this please, you and your new direction is very inspiring.

  3. Cathy, I've heard so many noodlers say that the mixture was thick like pudding, and these little couscous pearls are similar to what is in tapioca, that I'm wondering if we could use it with a sweetener and flavoring to make some tapioca pudding! Any suggestions as to what proportions to use? Oh, and have you tried freezing these couscous pearls? That way, you could really have some ready for a quick meal!

  4. I made the couscous yesterday and had it for dinner last night mixed with chopped broccoli and cheese sauce as a side dish with baked chicken. It was delicious. I used your variation without the xanthan gum, and it worked great. Thanks for all your hard work and experimentation, you've opened up so many new dishes for a keto diet. Merry Christmas!