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You Won’t Believe You Hadn’t Tried This Before!
Don’t you just love the colder months of the year, when you can sit back by the fireplace and have a glass of wine, while a hearty soup is simmering in the kitchen? Ok, ok – it may not always be this way… Especially here up North, where we are getting freezing cold temperatures and you can’t light a fire because you’re too cold to get out of bed! But no matter how chilly it gets, I would still make this lovely winter minestrone soup.
I used to hate minestrone soup. I’m just being honest here! They were serving it in our high school cafeteria and it was such an ugly mess that I couldn’t make myself eat it. Well, something must have changed – maybe I grew up or maybe this recipe from my sister is just so much better. Whatever the case, I am totally in love with this recipe!
I’ve made this twice already since I found this a couple of weeks ago. This recipe makes a huge batch so it’s even better – just one pot, and two days worth of dinner all in one go!
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Quick Tip: Want to make this even easier? Use leftover or rotisserie chicken!