Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 6-1/2 hours
Makes8 servings (2-1/2 quarts)
I realized after I ate the soup, that I forgot the cheese. That might have made the difference since I thought it was rather bland which prompted me to add salt, pepper, and Italian seasoning to pep up the flavor some. Even then, it was bland so I added some Tabasco, but still it was missing something, hopefully it will taste better tomorrow and I will top it with cheese! Update: I changed this to a 4 star recipe after adding the cheese and some seasoned salt and eating it the next day, it was very good.
Very good, made it just the way the recipe said, and it was enjoyed by all!
We don't like "chunks" of tomato's in soup so can I gently pluse these first in a food processor or would it make it too runny, too much liquid? Thanks!
1/4 tsp of garlic powder? How about 3 cloves of garlic!
Recipe looks good, going to try it. I love soups anytime !!
Delicious. I also added a dash of Old Bay Seasoning for added spice.
With Fruita, Colorado right down the street from my hometown of Grand Junction, I know exactly how abundant these ingredients are this time of year. This is a wonderfully hearty soup, full of different types of vegetables and the layering of flavors and texture make it so pleasing to eat all the more!
I love this recipe. I have tried many other soup recipes, but this is the best. I made it as written the first time except for the green beans which I didn't have. Loved it. Next time I didn't have spinach so I used some cabbage I had in the fridge. Just wonderful!! I gave some to my friend who has been telling me about her wonderful minestrone she used to make. She loved it and now makes this recipe. My sister(who doesn't like to cook) makes this soup now.I have made this many times, and it freezes beautifully!!! Thank you.
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