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Zesty Minestrone

Zesty Minestrone recipe
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This slow-cooking, vegetarian version of an Italian classic is a smart one-pot way to enjoy veggies and warm pasta.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
6 hr 30 min
servings
total:
8 servings, about 1 cup each
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posted:
10/11/2013
It was ok. I wouldn't say that it is "zesty" at all. Needs more flavor in my opinion. Maybe would make as base again and add some things to it.
posted:
10/10/2013
This was good but not great. I added a parmesan cheese rind and it added some depth of flavor to the soup. I probably won't make it again.
posted:
10/8/2013
My guys loved it, made two batches in 2 days it went so fast. Second batch I used chicken broth as that is what was in cupboard, liked it that way too.
posted:
2/22/2013
Very good soup! A little out of the ordinary using the Italian dressing but it really gave it a great flavor. I used one can of kidney beans and also added a second can of garbanzo beans. All the family enjoyed it.
posted:
2/7/2013
Add in any veggies. This soup is forgiving! And very easy to make.
posted:
1/4/2013
I really liked this soup but my husband didn't. he isn't a minestrone fan but others that tried the soup thought it was great!
posted:
12/18/2012
I went by several of the reviews that said the soup was bland so I decided to jazz it up a bit. I used chicken broth instead of vegetable broth, I used 1/2C. of the dressing, added a zucchini, 1/4 tsp of garlic pepper and 1 tsp of seasoned salt. It was excellent on a cold winter's night with a grilled cheese sandwich.
posted:
6/8/2012
I love this recipe! Great for vegetarians yet hardy for those who normally prefer some meat. I add zucchini and a can of corn to mine and I usually add about 1/3 cup of the Italian dressing and omit the Italian seasoning. The flavor is amazing! I always make 2-3 batches at a time because the soup just gets better with every day. I also like to use spiral pasta instead of shells.
posted:
3/27/2012
I made this for dinner and added a zuchini and used Italian style diced tomatoes, served with french bread and it was a hit with everyone.
posted:
1/9/2012
An easy soup but it could be heartier
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