Tuna Minestrone

I got this recipe from Starkist Tuna, and it makes a tasty, quick & easy soup.

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40mins
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  • In a soup pot combine broth, tomatoes, carrot, onion, celery, pasta& seasonings.
  • Bring to a boil, then cover& simmer 20 minutes.
  • Add tuna& beans,& heat through.
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"I got this recipe from Starkist Tuna, and it makes a tasty, quick & easy soup."
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  1. stormylee
    A lovely change of pace from plain ole minestrone soup. Love how quick this is to put together! Used crushed tomatoes with chilis and oregano&basil instead of Italian seasoning, but otherwise followed the recipe. Great soup, thanks KeyWee!
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  2. hippeastrum
    Wow, this was pretty good! I used 2 cans of beans and probably threw in a lot more celery and used mini peeled carrots too. I also added around 3 cups of water and added some chicken bouillion to taste. Thanks!
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  3. Evie3234
    Really liked this soup, especially the heat from the cayenne..really warms up the mouth. I didnt have any shell pasta so uused small rigatoni..and I used kidney beans. Full of flavour.
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  4. PMS24seven
    What an awesome idea for tuna. I eat a ton of it and sometimes it gets sort of boring right from the can. I modified the recipe a little because I had some things in my kitchen that I had to use up. I substituted a can of mixed beans instead of the northern beans. I also added as extras: 2 15 oz. cans of diced tomatoes, 1 large red pepper, 2 cups of carrots, 2 cups of green beans and an extra onion. It made an awesome, thick and hearty soup. Thanks for the recipe Keywee!
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  5. PMS24seven
    What an awesome idea for tuna. I eat a ton of it and sometimes it gets sort of boring right from the can. I modified the recipe a little because I had some things in my kitchen that I had to use up. I substituted a can of mixed beans instead of the northern beans. I also added as extras: 2 15 oz. cans of diced tomatoes, 1 large red pepper, 2 cups of carrots, 2 cups of green beans and an extra onion. It made an awesome, thick and hearty soup. Thanks for the recipe Keywee!
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