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I've made this several times...it is so easy and tastes good too! I liked the Progresso minestrone soup the best. I tried a different brand once and the flavor wasn't as good. This is also great for a quick, light supper. I always try to keep the ingredients on hand so I can throw it together real quick if I need to....
I've made this several times and apparently forgot to submit a review. This soup is great to just throw together when you don't feel like cooking, so I make sure to always have my 5 cans ready to go! I always add some spices to it to perk it up, too. (usually approx. a tsp. of thyme, cumin or cayenne). Easy, healthy, and fast!
I had high hopes for this soup. I added a dash of red pepper seeds, 1 tsp. basil, 1/2 tsp. garlic powder, and a dash of fresh ground pepper. It was OK, but not WOW.
Can't beat this for speed. I use canned green beans instead of mixed vegetables and usually add some Italian seasoning blend to punch up the flavor. I prefer kidney beans in it to black beans, but both are good.
Great recipe. I added some dried herbs for more flavor.
I have loved this soup and have made it several times. I always add meat of some kind, including chicken, beef, ground or pieces, or sausage. I use frozen mixed veggies, as I don't like too many canned vegs. I also added a large bay leaf and a little cayenne pepper for spice.
This was a really easy dinner to make but I found it very bland. If was filling and an easy way to get in vegetables when dieting. I probably will not make this again.
If you need a quick soup, this is the one!
Obviously the easiest dish I've ever made! Two changes I made though. First, I used Ro-tel tomatoes instead of plain diced to give it a little zing. And second, I made it a 6 can soup by adding fat free chicken broth, just to make it more brothy and less chunky. DD ate it up immediately! Thanks for one of those sure meal savers when in a time pinch!