Best recipe EVER easy to make!
This was good! We had it for Lent. I added some Parmesan Cheese and sir racha in it.
As suggested by another, I slow cooked this 4-5 hours. It made all the difference. I eat this guilt-free all the time. (It was not very good with the cans combined and just heated.)
This soup is really yummy and I always have the ingredients on hand. Sometimes if i want to add a little kick I use the Diced tomatoes with green chilies instead of the plain ones. I also add some shredded cheese every time I make a bowl. Thanks for posting
UPDATE: When i first had this I wasnt on Weight Watchers. Now that I am, I have made a few changes. :) Since some reviewers said the soup was salty, I rinsed the black beans, corn and mixed vegetables. Since that took away some of the liquid I added all natural chicken broth (ZERO POINTS!) Then instead of using regular tomatoes, I used fire roasted so it wouldnt be so bland. I also only had the 10 oz can of minstrone so I used my biggest loser scale and added an extra 4 oz from a second can. This still comes out to 5 points and lower sodium. :) Thanks again for this recipe! It will really benefit me in my weight loss journey :)
AWESOME!!! Loved it! So easy to make, yet so delicious.
Fantastic soup and unbelievably easy. I included some canned sliced zucchini in tomato sauce and green chilies I had lying around, as well as a few teaspoonfuls of Essence of Emeril left over from another recipe. Threw it all together in the pressure cooker, tossed in a bay leaf, and BAM!
Tasty and filling. I will add some seasoning next time I make it. I calculate this at 5 Points Plus.
This is a great recipe to cook with kids. My daughter would say that this is "easy peasy lemon squeezey". The soup is great on it's own, but we found what really made the flavors pop was adding (at table to taste) Chalua hot sauce. It's not always easy to find a soup that mixes well with Chalua, but this one is really good fit for those of us that like a little spice.
I thought for a while that this soup just might hit the spot, but after tasting it I was disapointed at the fact that all I could taste was the can of Minestrone. I used Progresso. I think I will stick to a home-made version of a quick Minestroe. I won't make this again.