(Spicy) Pasta Fagioli

"Saw this in a 2009 issue of Family Circle. I tweaked it a bit to suit our taste, and DH was very happy with the results. It's really easy to make and is ready in no time. The Capicola gives it quite a bit of a kick--that's why I've tagged it (Spicy)--so I would go easy on the pepper until you taste test. If you you try it, I hope you enjoy it."
 
(Spicy) Pasta Fagioli created by Suzie
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  • Heat oil in saucepan over medium-high heat. Add garlic and cook 1 minute.
  • Stir in broth, water, tomato sauce, diced tomatoes and Italian seasoning. Bring to a boil.
  • Add pasta and carrots; simmer for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  • Stir in beans, Capicola, salt and pepper. Heat through.
  • Serve with grated Parmesan cheese and garlic bread.
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"Hello from Athens, PA. Originally from Binghamton, NY, hubby and I moved to Ripley, West Virginia in 2011. Our youngest daughter (and mamma to our five grandchildren) lives in Waverly, NY and decided it was time for us to "move back up north to be near the grands." She had a point, so in October of 2016 we moved to Athens. I worked in clerical/secretarial positions in New York State for 30 years before retiring in 2003. Married since 1976, DH and I have been through the war and back in our 41 years together. Now, we're as comfortable with each other and our life together as a pair of well-worn slippers. We have 3 adult children, 5 grandchildren, and a Cockapoo named Sophie Marie. I'm a Certified Lay Minister with American Baptist Churches USA, and just completed a three year course of study from the West Virginia Baptist School of Christian Studies earning a Diploma in Pastoral Ministry. I am passionate about my faith, hope and trust in God. Proverbs 3:5 keeps me grounded. "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will make your paths straight." I'm happiest when I'm free to worship God in spirit and in truth, unhindered by man-made boundaries. Writing creatively and a gift for music, especially singing, are two ways in which I seek to understand, glorify, and praise God for the many blessings of my life. I love: the color green, forests, and long, brown, pine needles; rustic homes and fireplaces; sticking my hands and feet in a cold, clear creek. Children. I love witnessing the innocence of children and grieve when that is taken from them. I have a special place in my heart for the elderly, and I enjoy visiting with them. I find myself humbled and grateful by the life experiences they are so willing to share. I used to bake and cook a lot; but now, arthritis in my hands (especially my thumbs) and feet as well as Fibromyalgia make for less "kitchen time." Not a good thing when you enjoy cooking. Now I look for simple and not too time-consuming recipes that still say "I love you." I do continue to make halupki, lasagna, and a couple of other time-consuming recipes (although it really tires me out); but, the happy "thank yous" from others makes the pain more tolerable. Besides, cooking is about love and pleasing others...not pain. "
 

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  1. viqandtom_11042909
    I've been looking for this recipe. It is my favorite and I lost my magazine that had it. Even Family Circle doesn't have it listed under their recipes. Thank you for sharing and posting!
     
  2. Suzie
    (Spicy) Pasta Fagioli Created by Suzie
  3. Suzie
    Saw this in a 2009 issue of Family Circle. I tweaked it a bit to suit our taste, and DH was very happy with the results. It's really easy to make and is ready in no time. The Capicola gives it quite a bit of a kick--that's why I've tagged it (Spicy)--so I would go easy on the pepper until you taste test. If you you try it, I hope you enjoy it.
     
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