Italian Pasta Soup Collection
If you're looking for Italian pasta soup that is simple to make, authentically tasty, and packed full of nutritious ingredients, then this is the page for you.
Unlike some watery types of soup that wouldn't fill you up in a million years, italian soup tends to be thick, hearty and designed to work just as well as a full meal than as a starter.
Whether you're vegetarian or keen on your meat, there is a pasta soup recipe here for you.
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‘Minestra’ actually means broth in Italian (in other words, soup with big chunky bits in), so this family-filling minestrone is literally a ‘big broth’. It really is - it's packed with ingredients. You'll need to be hungry!
This particular Italian pasta soup recipe is my brother-in-law Mauro’s favorite, and it's a beauty. Rammed full of sweet little peas, juicy bacon chunks, broken spaghetti and more, it's seriously nutritious. Just grab some crusty bread and enjoy...
Make sure you don't waste any of that tasty orange flesh at Halloween by chopping up leftover pumpkin to make this winter-warming glowing orange soup. It features a subtle hint of parsley, a little garlic, and you can add a chili kick too if you like.
This buttery, nutty dish is perfect for those lazy "can't be bothered cooking" days. It's really filling, super healthy and best of all, it's ready in just 20minutes flat. It doesn't get much easier than this.
This farmers market special is a fresh green and crunchy bowl of goodness. Perfect for serving to veggies and vegans (just dump the grated parmesan), it's adaptable too... choose from a list of Facebook-submitted recipe tweaks!
For a chili-style and seriously filling soup hit, don't miss this beany blast. It will warm up the coldest evening and is ready in just 25 minutes flat.
This veggie-feast is a dish of simmering sweetness that will definitely have you coming back for just one more spoonful. With caramelized leek and onion alongside mushrooms and carrots, it packs in all kinds of nutrients and tastes great.
Quick recommendation: If you're looking for a new blender to help make your soups, I recommend my friend Brian's excellent Blender Expert site, which is packed full of advice and reviews.
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