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This minestrone soup is not only the ideal supper for a chilly day, but it’s also a simple way to get your recommended daily allowance of vegetables. It will be difficult to find a recipe that incorporates more delectable vegetables than this one does.
I automatically crave soup when the weather becomes chilly. This recipe has the added benefit of being simple to freeze. If you choose to go this route, just be sure you leave out the noodles. They are poor at freezing.
In your fall and winter dinner rotation, this soup is certain to become an immediate classic. It’s a hit at any table and packed with vitamins and color.
For your next family lunch, prepare a batch of this delectable minestrone soup. Your family, including the kids, will devour it. Salutations to soup weather!
INGREDIENTS FOR MINESTRONE SOUP Print Recipe
0 Olive oil, 1/4 cup 2 cups of carrots, chopped two cups of celery, chopped 3 cups onion, chopped tomatoes in a quart one tomato sauce can 1 can (15 oz) of green beans 15 oz. in 1 can of kidney beans 1 can (15 oz) of white beans 1 cup finely minced green cabbage 1 T salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1.5 teaspoons of garlic powder 1 1/2 teaspoons of oregano and basil 4 T bullion made of beef Water in 10 cups Uncooked brown rice, half a cup Frozen peas in one cup a half-cup of freshly chopped spinach Uncooked macaroni or shell noodles, 1/2 cup one to two cups of chopped zucchini INSTRUCTIONS Cook celery, onion, and carrots in olive oil. Include canned beans, tomatoes, and tomato sauce (drained). Cook brown rice for 35 minutes on low heat with all the ingredients from the cabbage. Peas, spinach, noodles, and zucchini can then be added. Add 15 more minutes of simmering. Don’t overcook the beans or they will suffer. If desired, top soup with parmesan Parmesan. NOTES This recipe freezes nicely, but if you want to freeze the soup instead of the noodles, leave them out. The noodles don’t freeze well. EVEN TASTIER RECIPES TO TRY: