Easy Italian Stew

"A recipe from Kraft Food & Family. this is a delicious stew inspired by the hearty italian flavors of minestrone."
 
Easy Italian Stew created by Vseward Chef-V
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  • heat dressing in saucepan on medium heat.
  • add sausage and cook 8-10 minutes, stirring occasionally and breaking up sausage.
  • add broth, veggies, beans and tomatoes.
  • bring to boil.
  • stir in macaroni.
  • reduce heat to medium & simmer 8-10 minutes.
  • ladle into 8 bowls and top with cheese.
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  1. Vseward Chef-V
    Easy Italian Stew Created by Vseward Chef-V
  2. Vseward Chef-V
    Wonderful Italian flavor! This was so easy to make. I used small rotini pasta in lieu of macaroni, personal preference... skipped the beans and added pepperoni instead to give it more pizza flavor. Boy did it ;) Great recipe that I will no doubt make again and again. Thanks for posting! (Made for 'Easy-Does-It' -- Photo Event)
     
  3. AmyZoe
    I was pleasantly surprised with the flavor! It seemed too easy and quick, but this is the perfect recipe when you're hungry right now.
     
  4. kcram
    I made this out of my Kraft Food & Family mag. I've actually made it twice now. Sooo easy!! I used turkey sausage both times. My DH doens't like green peppers so I have used frozen green beans instead. I've also used chunked raw onion (added while browning the sausage) and frozen pearl onions and liked them both. I use multigrain macaroni also. DH also asked me to add a little tomato sauce the second time. Great with crusty bread! Will make this often.
     
  5. kcram
    I made this out of my Kraft Food & Family mag. I've actually made it twice now. Sooo easy!! I used turkey sausage both times. My DH doens't like green peppers so I have used frozen green beans instead. I've also used chunked raw onion (added while browning the sausage) and frozen pearl onions and liked them both. I use multigrain macaroni also. DH also asked me to add a little tomato sauce the second time. Great with crusty bread! Will make this often.
     
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