This is a winter favourite with my family due to the fact it's hearty and full of flavour. The recipe makes enough for a second helping for those that want to come back for another bowl.
Recipe by: CliveElliott
This is a very healthy and satisfying dish: cannellini beans, tomatoes and pasta. I like the garlic to have a strong presence but you can adjust it to your own taste.
Recipe by: Lalena
Sometimes I just don't have time to spend hours making a minestrone. This quick version comes really close! You can use whatever vegetables you have.
Recipe by: Robert2
The classic minestrone, warming, filling and delicious. If you like, you can replace the kidney beans with cannellini beans.
Recipe by: Maryanne
Italian grandmas had no definite rules for what went into minestrone. It just had to be hearty, with plenty of vegetables, white beans and pasta or rice.
Recipe by: Lynn Cole
I make this once a week at least in the winter. Its great when we come in from football, or to have with a garlic loaf while we are watching football or need a quick wholesome snack before we go out. I omit the onion as I can't eat it, but it tastes great all the same. Its an excellent recipe to get veggies into your children, my son loves it and doesn't complain about the vegetables!
Recipe by: LisaBart
A version of minestrone with more than the usual mix of veggies. Great winter soup, cheap to make and vegetarian using vegemite instead of beef stock (though there is an option to add bacon.) Good way to use up those odd vegetables that don't quite make a serving on their own.
Recipe by: maryanne1
A delicious minestrone soup without garlic or onion, so it is suitable for sentient or 'yoga' vegetarians.
Recipe by: leekee
Freshly diced carrots, leek, onion and cut green beans are simmered in a prepared vegetables stock with lean bacon, macaroni pasta and red kidney beans.
Recipe by: Zoë Harpham
This vegetable minestrone has vegetable stock, tomatoes, celery, carrot, potato, cabbage, green beans, borlotti beans, zucchini and basil, all simmered together.
Recipe by: Kilda