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