Minestrone Pasta Bake

  • 10MINS
  • 15MINS
  • Serves 4
  • 212KCAL

This Minestrone Pasta Bake is a super-easy midweek meal that’ll make the best of your veggies in a flash. We’ve stuck to traditional minestrone flavours in this homely dish with onions, beans and peppers stirred through. There’s also a golden, bubbling layer of cheese on top because, well, why not?

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Pages 114-115

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I added a leek that needed using and baked for 15 minutes rather than grill (cos my grill is rubbish 😂) Very tasty 😋 even the avid meat eater (AKA 'im indoors) enjoyed it - winner 👍
Dairy Free!
Easy to make dairy free, either using dairy free cheese or omitting it completely. We missed the baking part and just sprinkled a small amount of dairy free cheese on top.
Use smaller pasta shapes
I used rigatoni which was a little too big for this.

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LouiseTuesday 3rd January 2023

The book says this is freezable but I’m unsure at what point? Before the pasta goes in?


    HollyThursday 5th January 2023

    Hey Louise, you can freeze once cooked and then defrost and reheat when ready to heat!


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