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Zesty Minestrone

Zesty Minestrone recipe
photo by:kraft
This slow-cooking, vegetarian version of an Italian classic is a smart one-pot way to enjoy veggies and warm pasta.
15 min
6 hr 30 min
8 servings, about 1 cup each
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I was at work and knew I had the ingredients to make this recipe, so I called my husband at home. This was easy for him to make! It tasted great, too! Next time, I might not use as much pasta, though. After sitting, the pasta absorbed most of the liquid, and I would like it to have more liquid. Tasted great, though.
This recipe is phenomenal!!! The soup was delicious! And yes, there are various ways to personalize it, but it truly is great when you follow the recipe step by step... My fiancee fell in love with it!!! And it's sooo easy! I'll be making it twice a month! Thanks Kraft!~
This soup was soooo good. The first time I made it I followed the recipe. The second time however, I used sun dried tomato dressing, I didn't saute the vegetables, and I used chicken broth and I think it was better. I think sauteing the veggies was a pointless step. If you don't saute, still add the dressing to the soup. It gives wonderful flavor.
This recipe turned out really well. I bought the medium shell noodles and we added more than it called for but it was still really good!! My husband and I both loved it!
This was very simple to make with little maintenance since it was prepared in the slowcooker. It was delicious!!
This was awesome - my family loved it. No leftovers!! Even my daughter, the veggie-hater, had seconds!!
This soup is FABULOUS! My husband loves it and even my picky son admitted it wasn't so bad! Instead of preparing the onions celery and carrots, I grab a bag of the Mirepoix mix in the frozen vegetable section at the grocery. It saves time and it still tastes good. It's a soup I could eat over and over.
I made this for supper lastnight.IT was hit and good to.NExt time i make this I"ll put in green beans.IT went very well with grilled cheese
was a huge hit! added a handful of fresh mushrooms and used beef broth instead of vegetable broth...very tasty.boyfriend was leary of having "just soup" for dinner, but said it was very filling. he loved it so much he ate 3/4 of the pot! will make again!!!! sooooo good!!! :)
Excellent!! Just had to add some salt and pepper.
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