Peruvian Minestrone Soup Recipe

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Peruvian Minestrone Soup

Eileen Tello


Easy, Healthy and Hearty! Delicious on a winter day!

This recipe is very forgiving so season to taste.

You can eat it plain but we usually add a splash or two of evaporated milk to each soup bowl and sprinkle parmesan cheese to create a creamier texture.

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4-8 (depending on serving size)


30 Min


1 Hr 10 Min


top round london broil
baby spinach leaves
1/4 c
feta cheese
3 pkg
32 oz, (liquid) beef broth
1 small
red onion (1 tbsp of onion powder)
2-3 pkg
goya sazon con cilantro & achiote
salt and pepper to taste (i cook without added salt)
1 Tbsp
garlic powder (or fresh garlic to taste)
1 pkg
frozen mixed vegetables (as much as you like; i put in all)
1 pkg
penne pasta
1 can(s)
evaporated milk (optional)
sprinkled parmesan (optional)
oil to cook onion and brown meat

Directions Step-By-Step

Clean London Broil and cut along the short side 1"-1 1/2" thick slices. Chop onion. Set Aside.
Clean spinach and place into blender with feta cheese and a little beef broth. Blend until liquified.
Pour a small amount of oil (I prefer olive, but any cooking oil is fine) into the pot. enough to cover the bottom of your pan. Soften the onion (don't brown) along with all spices(sazon,onion, garlic powder, salt, pepper) for about 1 minute.
Add beef slices and braise the meat. When the meat is browned, add the spinach mixture and remaining beef broth. Bring to a boil. Lower to a medium flame. Cook approx. 1 hour.
Add penne pasta and cook soup and pasta another 10 minutes. Serve in soup dishes. For creamy texture, add a little evaporated milk to the soup and sprinkle with parmesan cheese.
Stir and enjoy!

About this Recipe

Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy
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