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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:
4/26/2007
Recipe was good, but would have been better with chicken stock instead of vegetable stock. I also thought the crockpot was unnecessary, and that it would have cooked just fine on top of the stove in 45 minutes or so.
posted:
4/26/2007
We made this twice on Fridays for Lent. Hubby and kids loved it. Didn't miss the meat!
posted:
4/25/2007
My husband loves it!
posted:
4/23/2007
It was very tasty!
posted:
4/22/2007
For how simple it is, my husband and I really liked it. Using fresh parmesean really helps add flavor.
posted:
4/20/2007
This minestrone was simple but very bland. I was so disappointed.
posted:
4/19/2007
Absolutely AWESOME, even my meat loving hubby enjoyed this!!!
posted:
4/2/2007
We liked this recipe. Especially great for a lenten supper with some crusty bread and a salad. I added some white beans and green beans along with the kidney beans. I also added 2 cloves of garlic to the veggie mixture. It was delicious. I will make this again.
posted:
3/31/2007
The women (2) in my family liked this very much. The men in my family (2) did not.
posted:
3/28/2007
I did a little tweaking of recipe. I added about 1/4 cup of olive oil (EVOO). Also a can of garbanzo beans drained. I also double the vegatable broth(4 cans). A dash of cayenne pepper. I chopped some drained frozen cut spinach (about a handful). I didn't cook in crockpot but on top of stove. Simmered on low for several hours. Hint* Cook your macaroni separate and add it to soup right before you serve. I just add it to warm bowls of soup. This way it doesn't get mushy everytime you reheat it as leftovers. This soup went over big time during meatless soup bible study during lent.
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