I made this soup many years ago from a recipe found in a magazine but lost it! It was so good I would like to find it again.
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just wondering- have you tried googling 'minestrone and red wine' ?
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I'd start at foodily.com to search those two terms. That site captures recipes from epicurious.com, other aggregators, newspapers and many of the large food-media company sites. Or, actually, I'd just follow any good minestrone recipe, using the wine to deglaze the aromatics, before adding the stock and hard vegetables. (That's what I do with my "Lentil and Sausage Soup for a Cold Winter's Night" posted here. A hefty pinch of dried marjoram would make any minestrone better, too, BTW.) ;o)
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If you insist on using red wine (a dubious proposition to begin with when making minestrone) I would follow AJ's advice and cook it down in the aromatics.
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Martha - here's a link to a minestrone soup recipe with red wine http://food52.com/recipes...
I love that recipe Trena posted - it's a staple of mine. Very easy and delicious.
Thanks a million for the help! I was able to find several recipes and 1 is very similar to what I remember. Wonderful site! ?
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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