Warm up this season with a big bowl of soup. This is a Minestrone Soup made for the winter with sweet potatoes, yams and you could even toss that out and use butternut squash. It’s hearty, wholesome, good for you and incredibly flavorful. This recipe is easy and versatile.
Here are some other options: make it in a crockpot for ease, make it for meal-prep and freeze extras (less the noodles), try it blended for a creamy variety (less the noodles). Enjoy my friends!
Winter Minestrone Soup
1) In a very large pot add the veg broth, chopped onions, carrots, celery, green beans, sweet potatoes, or you could use pumpkin or butternut squash, season with salt and pepper, cook over a medium flame for 10-15 minutes, or until they begin to become fragrant and golden in color. Add the garlic, cook for a couple of minutes.
3) Add the tomatoes, beans, water and vegetable broth powder or cube & rosemary and a bay leaf. Simmer for 30 minutes.
4) In last ten minutes, add in the desired pasta as per package until fully cooked or cook on the side.
5) Add in the fresh parsley, spinach, I also added a Pinch of Sage, Basil, Red Pepper Flakes, S&P to taste, season as desired. Add noodles to the bowls, ladle into serving bowls, top as desired... if wanted vegan cheese or sour cream could also be added. Enjoy!
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