AMAZING Minestrone 🍲 Soup Season Is Here 🍂


There is nothing like a warm bowl of this veggie packed Minestrone soup to bring up the vibes on a chilly fall or winter day! I show you how to make it from scratch so you too can feel the love of this soup. Recipe: (*I’ll try and get Crystal to make this better, I suck at writing recipes out, she handles the organization of everything around here) First chop 1/2 cup chopped onion (about 1/2 an onion) 1 cup chopped carrot 1 cup chopped celery 2 cloves garlic Then saute for 10 minutes. Add a few tbsp of crushed tomato to help the sauté Add the spices a few minutes before the veg is done sautéing 1 tsp fennel 1 tsp cumin 1 tsp saviry 1 tsp of Twin pillars 1 tsp peppe 1 tsp oregano once the veggies are soft add to the pot 2 liters of vegetable broth (I used Better Than Bouillon) 1 Large can of crushed tomatoes (28 fl oz. 800 ml) Bring to a boil Simmer for 10-20 minutes Add 2 cups pulse 1 cup of sliced ​​Brussels sprouts 1 can of white beans Cook for another 8 minutes. Stir in 1 cup of frozen peas and remove from heat. Enjoy! Time Stamps 0:00 (Intro) How to make Minestrone soup 1:27 Chopping and Sautéing veggies and spices 7:17 Adding the broth, pasta and more veg. 10:35 Getting bean juice in my eye 11:55 Plating and taste testing 13:11 Thanks for watching please like and subscribe! MY VEGAN RECIPE EBOOK🍍 FREE EASY VEGAN MEAL PLANNER📝 SIMNETT NUTRITION MERCH👕 VIVO LIFE PROTEIN POWDER (DEREK10 for 10% off – new customers!) USE MY VIVO AFFILIATE LINKS BELOW TO SUPPORT ME UK/EU STORE: SORE: USA STORE: (DEREK): • INSTAGRAM (CRYSTAL): • CRYSTAL’S CHANNEL: • FACEBOOK: WANT TO SEND ME SOMETHING TO TRY? Derek Simnett PO Box 413 Parksville Parksville, BC, Canada V9P2G5 HERE ARE THINGS I USE & LOVE (CAMERA, FITNESS & KITCHEN GEAR, SUPPLEMENTS): WHO AM I? I’m Derek Simnett, a Certified Nutritional Practitioner. I love calisthenics and making good food! Check out my 2 year transformation: MUSIC: #soup #cooking #vegan .





  1. Oh just another thing that I think you might find interesting: all Italian words ending with -e are not read with an English "e" sound at the end. The pronunciation is more like "ae" , or maynet "ay". So in this case you'd pronounce it more similar (but not exactly as) "minestronay". Same goes for "lasagne"🙂

  2. I'm Italian and I would say these days we traditionally don't even put rice or pasta in minestrone, however some people might do it sometimes.. as you said, there's no recipe for minestrone! It's really just a bunch of vegetables, super vegan friendly! Sometimes we also take an immersion blender and blend the minestrone to make it thick and creamy, so you don't have the broth with the pieces but a sort of creamy soup. In that case we call it "passato di verdure" ("a blend of vegetables"😂).