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Feeling under the weather? Join me in making this super easy Olive Garden Inspired Minestrone Soup that is guaranteed to lift your spirits and warm your heart 🙂

-2-4 pieces of garlic
-1 onion
-1 carrot
-1-2 potato
-2 stalks celery
-bunch of green beans
-3 tomatoes
-3-4 tbsp dried oregano
-2 tbsp tomato paste
-half can of beans
-6-8 cups of water or vegetable stock
-2-3 cups of pasta
-olive oil
-salt and pepper

1. prep/chop your veggies
2. in a hot stock pot, add olive oil, garlic and onions, season
3. add dried oregano and stir
4. add your vegetables, season, and stir
5. bring a separate pot of water to boil and add your pasta
6. (back to your stock pot) add tomatoes and beans
7. add water or vegetable stock
8. when your pasta is done, place in cold water to stop it from cooking
9. add your pasta into the soup
10. plate and serve!

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Zdzislaw Szulc says:

Thanks wery good recipe

Mango T says:

Looks good. But it always amuses me how people do that onion thing. Way more chances of cutting yourself, and frankly more work that just cutting it up in slices, then chopping. It’s onion. It doesn’t have to a . beauty

Alli White says:

Carrot ends are the sweetest, why would you discard one inch of them??

Vegan Earthling says:

Love the "sharp" intro! Yummy way to use up ends of produce. Breaking out my quarantine stash of Freeze Dried veggies and beans (EXPIRY DATE 03/25/2045) and will attempt a self-isolating COVID "Soup for the Soul" improv version of your Minestrone recipe (sans your envious knife skills). https://purechoicefoods.ca/48-vegetables These freeze dried veggies will outlive me! Product of 🇨🇦 Should be a Vegan Pantry Staple! 👍🤩🥕

Gary A says:

You are now an official “paisan”, Wil! 👍

Emil Pereira says:

always love me some minestrone! love the low key, rougher format here, compared to more recent vids. and love the recipe, of course! thanks Wil!!

Shannon Clark says:

This is just veg. Soup with pasta.

Dagmar Künzel says:

Hooray! I found a new vegan cook. Thank you! I'm leaving a subscription.

Sussi Ah says:

I'll try it tomorrow. Thanks for the video 👍

Esther Melchor says:

Were they canned kidney beans or different ones?

Tyler Palazzo says:

so… MUCH…

SEASONING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love it <3

…also, you forgot to season the beans. I'm disappointed in you. xD

Tania Nieves says:

Tried this today with a few tweeks, it was really easy and delish. Thank you!

Chuck r says:

bud you use a hell of a lot of salt

Hanging with my gnomie says:

This looks easy and delicious! Thanks for sharing!

Jan Weiss says:

Love your Chanel, simple explanation, simple ingredients and quick! I’m always in a hurry 🏃‍♀️

Joyfullrecipes Joyfullrecipes says:

Hi … still me…! Minestrone (As a word) is something that belongs to Italian recipes culture…. so there are a lot of recipes to prepare it in the different regions of my Country. I'm sorry to "comment" your way, but you're not preparing a "minestrone," but a normal "soup"! Minestrone first needs a lot of fresh, organic (if possible) and seasonal veggies. They must cook on low heat for a very long time. In some regions in Italy they cook it one night long on the BBQ. Then the pasta, or rice, or spelt/barley grains are added at last and cooked for the required time. Another comment I add to your recipe is: too much season…..If you have fresh & organic veggies they will naturally bring flavours to your "minestrone". The word minestrone means: "to put many things together to have a plenty of aromas"…like in life, isn't it? Minestrone is not a "fast food"…..but it requires time…like some Japanese recipes…. don't you think so? Time is the essence of the recipes…. no matter what if one has no time. It means he/she doesn't care about many things….. Sorry for my "boring" comments…but may be they are helpful! Domo arigato!

Baby Muffin says:

Yup I'm making this on the weekend. Suppose to be super stormy 😇

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