Crock Pot Pasta E Fagioli

"I came across a simliar recipe in a low fat cookbook, but changed it so much after making it several times, it's my own creation. Taste's a lot like Olive Gardens (which I love), only a little lighter."
 
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Ready In:
8hrs 20mins
Ingredients:
20
Serves:
8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Heat nonstick frying pan over medium heat.
  • When hot, use Pam to coat the pan.
  • Saute onion for about 1 min, add garlic saute 1 minute Add sirloin, cumin, salt and pepper.
  • Cook until cooked.
  • In Crock Pot add everything together (EXCEPT PASTA) including meat mixture.
  • Cook for 8-10 hours on a low setting.
  • Add pasta just before you serve.

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Reviews

  1. SoCalGal
    Just an ok soup. Husband felt it was bland. The only thing I did differently was add pasta (uncooked) the last half hour.
     
  2. TerriAnne3
    I found this recipe a few years ago on this website, and have been making it every fall/winter since. It's yummy (better than Olive Garden's). It's easy to put together, and overall healthy. My nieces & nephew love it too. My sister-in-law makes it regularly. Great with some tortilla chips!!
     
  3. pmarkle
    We had this for dinner tonight. I used a whole can of kindney and Great Northern beans and less water because my crockpot was getting full. It turned out good. I liked that the fresh carrots and beans didn't get mushy and the spice was just right. I served it with corn muffins. Will make again.
     
  4. mommyoffour
    I made this last night for our "trim the tree" night. I served this along with sandwiches and it was a hit. I knew we would like it so I doubled the recipe so I could freeze it (from another reviewer). The soup gets very flavorful from cooking all day. Great recipe, thank you for posting.
     
  5. pattbruni
    This was great, my family loved it and I passed the receipe on to my friends. This is just right with a loaf of crusty bread. To reheat the leftovers I added a little more beef broth since some of the juice thickened cause of the noodles.
     
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I'm a stay home mom with 3 small girls (9 yrs, 8 years, 6 yrs). I'm very active at church (VBS director, and special events for children and Women's Ministry). I love serving the LORD. I also love to cook. I love to experiment with recipes and also make up my own. I guess my hobbies would be cooking and oil painting. I love to paint, but having 3 little ones, it's hard to find the time to do. If I had a month off, I would go to Cancun!! Sit on the beach and do nothing!! UPDATE!! I wrote a novel!! Currious? www.shellygoodmanwright.com Come join my site!!
 
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