This recipe for Carrabba’s Minestrone Soup is a great way to use up leftover pasta.
The only thing left over is the broth. And the broth part is easy. All you need is your favorite pasta sauce and some elbow grease.
If you’re looking to try your hand at a bowl of Carrabbas soup, make sure you read the directions carefully and take along a spoon and fork. Carrabbas is extremely spicy and can be very tough on anyone’s throat. If you’re trying to eat this soup hot, please don’t! It’s best to eat it cold.
If you do end up making this soup, be sure to keep a small bowl of extra sauce in your refrigerator. The broth is so good that you can use it as a sauce, or even as a base for your soup. The same goes for your leftovers.
There are several different toppings you can use, but my personal favorite is the carrabba’s broth, which is a base for what you can do with the rest of the soup.
Because you will be eating the soup cold, it is a good idea to heat it up first. There are several ways to heat this soup, but the easiest is to just add some olive oil or butter to the bowl. Then put in the soup and let it simmer on the stovetop for about 30-45 minutes.
The key to heating up this soup is to make sure you bring it to a very low boil and then reduce the heat. Once you’ve got the soup started it’s up to you to keep it boiling without breaking your soup apart.
When you’re cooking pasta or other starchy vegetables, add a little olive oil to the pan before adding the vegetables. This way you’ll have the best flavor, and without being all “I’m gonna make this soup for my family!” you won’t end up spooning the vegetables into a bowl that will become soupy in the process.
The soup itself is a simple mixture of vegetables with some chicken broth. It’s a great way to try out a new recipe or get a new take on a classic dish. You don’t need to be a Julia Child expert to make it work.
And it was pretty good. The broth is a good base, but the veggies are tasty as well. It took me a few tries to get it just right.