Hearty enough for a meal, minestrone is a thick vegetable soup chock-full of pasta, beans, and Parmesan. From Tuscan minestrone to vegetarian minestrone, these easy soup recipes preserve the traditions of Italian country cooking.See Popular Minestrone Soup Recipes
The fiber-rich beans in this soup make it satisfying enough to be a main course. This version gets an extra healthy boost from cabbage, a completely underrated vegetable that's loaded with fiber as well as vitamins A and C.
Loaded with vegetables, this comforting and delicious minestrone is ready in only 40 minutes.
Here's a casual, comforting dish that's great for friends or family. Picante sauce adds a zesty burst of flavor that makes this minestrone-style stew especially tasty.
Squash and beans make this seafood soup hearty enough for dinner.
Serve this meatless soup immediately or refrigerate and reheat to serve the next day, allowing flavors to blend and intensify. Serve it with dense-texture Italian bread.
This meatless, slow cooker soup is full of flavor. Serve with warmed, tortillas or tortilla chips.
There's a sweet spot come this time of year. The sweltering days of summer start to give way to cooler days and even cooler nights, and yet all that fresh summer produce is still coming in at the farmers market. Thus, there are some recipes that are just perfect for September, and there may not be a more perfect one than Classic Minestrone Soup.
Need a healthy, low-fat dinner? Make this slightly spicy chicken soup. It cooks up in half an hour!
Chock-full of veggies in a tomatoey broth, pretty much any minestrone you come across is going to be a reasonably good choice. But the real spoiler is sodium, which is off the charts in most typical recipes and prepared versions. This mouthwatering meal in a bowl is case in point that you don't need to lean on salt for flavor when you use lots of herbs like basil, oregano, and parsley and aromatics like garlic and onion.
Minestrone transforms into a main dish when you include hearty Italian sausage and plenty of pasta. Just pair with a green salad and whole-wheat roll for a complete dinner.
This soup has fewer than 350 milligrams of sodium per serving, which fits well into a heart-healthy diets.
Ribollita ("twice boiled" in Italian) is a Tuscan classic made from reheated minestrone. Charlie Parker spikes his version with sweet smoked paprika and fire-roasted tomatoes.
This satisfying soup from David Bull is an excellent source of fiber.
This rendition of the classic Italian vegetable and bean soup uses barley instead of pasta. Simmering a piece of the rind from Parmigiano-Reggiano in the soup is a traditional way of adding flavor. When you finish off a wedge of Parmigiano, just stash the rind in the freezer so you always have it on hand when you need it.
This make-ahead pasta soup can be served immediately, but chilling the soup overnight allows the flavors to blend.
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