Does Zuppa Toscana contain dairy?


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Hey all, I've been pondering whether Zuppa Toscana traditionally includes dairy in its list of ingredients. 🥛This hearty soup, with its blend of kale, potatoes, and sausage, varies in recipes I've encountered. Some cooks add cream for richness, while others opt for a broth-based version to keep it lighter. Given dietary preferences or restrictions, this detail matters to many. Curious to learn from your experiences: do your versions of this Tuscan classic incorporate dairy, or have you found alternative ways to achieve that creamy texture? Sharing insights or recipes would be greatly appreciated, as I aim to cater to diverse tastes and dietary needs in my cooking. 👩‍🍳🍛🥘🍲🤤
I think Zuppa Toscana can go both ways! 🥣 Some versions use dairy for creaminess, while others stick to broth for a lighter option. Personally, I love experimenting with both, but I prefer the creamy one 😋
It seems to me that Zuppa Toscana can swing both ways on the dairy front. 😄 While some recipes include cream for richness, others skip it altogether, opting for a broth-based version. 🍜🥛 Personally, I think it's about finding what works best for you. 🍲👍
Absolutely love Zuppa Toscana! 🥣 Excited to hear about the dairy-free version! Can't wait to try it out and indulge in all that deliciousness without any worries. Thanks for sharing this recipe! 🌿