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"Forgotten" Minestrone

"Forgotten" Minestrone created by bikerchick

This recipe came from a "Taste of Home" magazine. It takes only a few minutes preparation and is a great warm meal.

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8hrs 15mins
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  • In a slow cooker, combine the first nine ingredients.
  • Cover and cook on low for 7-9 hours or until meat is tender.
  • Add zucchini, cabbage, beans and macaroni; cook on high 30-45 minutes more or until the vegetables are tender.
  • Sprinkle individual servings with Parmesan cheese.
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  1. bad kitty 1116
    This recipe isn't very tasty and no one was impressed. I have had much better minestrone soup. I won't bother with this recipe again. It just didn't have the right taste to us-bland. Sorry.
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  2. bikerchick
    "Forgotten" Minestrone Created by bikerchick
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  3. bikerchick
    This is pretty good! I made a couple of minor substitutions: I don't have beef bouillion because I usually have beef stock on hand, so I used the stock instead of the water and bouillion. If I were to use bouillion, I would leave out the 2-1/2 tsp salt. I seared the beef in a skillet on high heat, then deglazed the pan with a little red wine, putting that in the crockpot, too. I added garlic and used fresh herbs. The Beau had 3 helpings!
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  4. bikerchick
    This is pretty good! I made a couple of minor substitutions: I don't have beef bouillion because I usually have beef stock on hand, so I used the stock instead of the water and bouillion. If I were to use bouillion, I would leave out the 2-1/2 tsp salt. I seared the beef in a skillet on high heat, then deglazed the pan with a little red wine, putting that in the crockpot, too. I added garlic and used fresh herbs. The Beau had 3 helpings!
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  5. Brittney C
    This recipe came from a "Taste of Home" magazine. It takes only a few minutes preparation and is a great warm meal.
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