Minestrone Made Easy
8 different ways to serve this Italian classic
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Leafy Swiss chard adds a bone-building mix of magnesium, manganese, and potassium to this Italian favorite.
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Serve this traditional soup of fresh veggies and pasta as your main course -- or as a yummy side dish to our Chicken Panini.
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Fresh shrimp and bay scallops add filling protein to an Italian classic that takes just 30 minutes to make.
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Ground beef or turkey turns this vegetable soup into a satisfying meal. Fresh-grated Parmesan cheese makes the perfect topper.
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Minestrone with Mushrooms and Feta
Feta cheese adds a bit of Mediterranean flavor to this chunky soup. Mix in cubes of grilled chicken or turkey for extra protein.
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Black beans, whole-kernel corn, salsa, and sour cream give this soup south-of-the-border flair.
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Italian sausage makes this colorful soup nice and hearty, while vitamin-rich spinach and winter squash add a healthy boost.
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Minestrone with Fennel and Ham
To make this simple soup, just add ham to a healthy mix of fresh zucchini, carrots, celery, and green beans; crushed red pepper adds spiciness.
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