Minestrone at Milanese

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Whole kitchen en his salty proposal for the month of October invites us to prepare a classic of Italian cuisine: minestrone soup.

Whole kitchen proposals come back after the summer break with this recipe of Italian origin that he liked at home , the only laborious thing is to cut so much little vegetables but it is so rich that you can forgive.

I leave you my proposal !!!
That you spend a very good weekend and if someone comes for the Sierra de Huelva that approaches the ham fair of Aracena and you will enjoy eating a good ham!


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Minestrone , minestron or menestron (means "dish" in Latin minestrare , "serve a dish") is u A specialty of Italian cuisine similar to a soup made with vegetables from the time of year, such as the traditional Spanish vegetable soup. Often, some pasta or rice is added. The most common ingredients are beans, onions, celery, carrots and tomatoes (all finely chopped). There is no fixed recipe for the elaboration of the minestrone , since vegetables typical of the season of the year and the place where it is prepared are usually used. It can be a purely vegetarian dish, or on the contrary it can contain meat, or meat ingredients such as chicken broth, bacon, ham, ...
It is usually served sprinkled with grated parmesan cheese .

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Minestrone a la Milanese

150 g. of peas
200 g. of carrots and 200 g. of zucchini
1 onion
1 leek
1 branch of celery
50 g. of bacon
3 tablespoons butter
200 g. of peeled tomatoes
Salt
200 g. of rice
1 clove of garlic
1 spoonful of chopped parsley
1 spoonful of chopped oregano
Freshly grated Parmesan

We clean grass and cut the vegetables into small pieces.
Peel the onion and potatoes. Cut the leeks into rings and bacon into small cubes.
Heat the butter in a large pot and brown the bacon.
Add the onion and the leek, and sauté for a few minutes. Add the rest of the vegetables, the peas, the chopped tomatoes. seasoning everything and let cook for 5 minutes stirring.
Add 2 liters of water, bring to a boil and let cook with the pot covered for 45 minutes.
Incorporate the rice and let cook another 15 minutes or until done rice.
Peel the garlic, chop it very fine and add.
Serve sprinkled with the chopped oregano and parsley and the grated parmesan.

** The original recipe also has 50 g. of fresh beans and 200 g. of cabbage, I have not put it because at home they do not like it.

Source: Italian cuisine.Fast, easy and very aromatic.


Minestrone at Milanese