Pasta E. Fagioli Soup is a great Italian soup made from pasta and vegetables. It is always made from scratch, and because of the variety and diversity of veggies, tastes fabulous. The pasta adds depth, texture, and makes this dish almost more of a stew than soup. One of the many reasons this dish is so filling is because it includes different types of beans. Beans are one of the most nutritious foods you could eat. All beans are nutritious, and you can bump up your family’s healthy diet by including them often. They work well in any soup, stew, or cook them, grind them in to a paste (or leave them partly chunky) and add seasonings such as lemon, garlic, oil and chile (or plenty of other seasonings) and serve them with chopped fruits and veggies.
Be sure to try this recipe out. This particular version includes meat, which has become more popular with this dish. That inclusion is a variation from the original, but adds lots of depth and flavor to the soup. There are plenty of veggies too, and you can be very happy to serve this dish to your family. If friends are over, they will love a bowl of this soup, too. The garlic adds an even better nutritional bump to this dish, addition anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatories to the dish that are really important to support human health.
This dish might take a bit of time to prepare, but just make tons of it. Then freeze individual or family sized servings so that you can pull it out quickly and pop it in the microwave. Bake up some quick biscuits and you can have a terrific winter meal ready in just a few minutes. Try this dish soon. It will become one that your family asks for often in the winter months.
Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website, Caramel Potatoes, by following the link below.
Learn MORE / Get RECIPE at Caramel Potatoes
To help with slow website load, we have put all photos for this article here: View photo gallery.