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Ravioli & Vegetable Soup

September/October 2009

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Fresh or frozen ravioli cook in minutes and turn this light vegetable soup into a main course. Look for whole-wheat or whole-grain ravioli in the refrigerated or frozen section of the supermarket. Tortellini can be used instead of ravioli as well.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This one of our absolute favorites. It's so quick and easy! I also tend to toss in extra veggies. Either the stuff sitting in the fridge that needs to be used or whatever soup/gumbo mix I've got waiting in the freezer. "
Ravioli & Vegetable Soup

56 Reviews for Ravioli & Vegetable Soup

03/30/2014
Anonymous
My New Favourite Soup.

It's very hard for me to find new soup recipes I enjoy enough to add to my folder... Usually I stick to the ones I already have as I know I enjoy them.. While trialing out different ones. I stumbled across this recipe and I'm VERY glad I did. This is by far my favourite soup. It's so full of flavour and the colours are beautiful. You don't need to add anything at all, I followed the recipe completely. Next time I may add more garlic but that's only because I can never have enough of that. hehe.

I found myself licking the spoon, running my fingers around my bowl and licking them too. Although I was completely stuffed and my stomach was bulging (Yeah I pigged out on this). I was almost tempted to go and get seconds.. And I don't eat much so that's saying something about this amazing recipe.

If you choose to make this recipe because of the review I really hope you read mine as I cannot give this soup enough stars.

This is at the front cover to my soup recipe collection folder now.

Happy cooking.

Vegetarian, Healthy, Fresh, Full of Flavour, Fast and Easy to make.
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01/21/2014
Anonymous
Easy, good and very satisfying!

I was a bit skeptical at all the good reviews, but now I'm sold! More amazingly, my husband really liked it, and normally he won't touch zucchini with a 10 foot pole. I think I'll make this again for coming snow storm...

Quick to make, delicious, satisfies pasta craving without overindulging
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10/15/2013
Anonymous
Quick & Easy Vegetarian Pantry Meal

A super quick and simple hot dinner that pleases my whole family. I sprinkle my bowl of soup with parmesan cheese and serve it with French or Italian bread. You can us fresh or frozen peppers & onions, yellow squash in place of zucchini and any ravioli you like (fresh or frozen; meat, cheese or butternut squash).

I've been making this soup for years and it rarely disappoints. Its easy and simple enough for a beginner cook to make and often pass this recipe along on bridal shower recipe cards. Its a great weeknight meal.

Quick, Affordable, Vegetarian, Easy
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10/01/2013
Anonymous

This is super easy to make and tastes pretty decent. I think its lacking somewhere and I haven't figured out what exactly. I cut the portions down a bit and was still satisfied completely after eating the smaller portion. Definitely hearty and worth a try.

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09/18/2013
SO FAST!

This recipe is so good, and it's probably the quickest dinner I've ever made. I love the fact that we use frozen veggies and ravioli. It makes it so convenient and a great pantry recipe. I used half a cup more of the frozen veggies and 2 large zucchini instead of medium. So each serving size was a bit bigger than 2 cups but I don't feel bad about it seeing as they're veggies. It was so filling, so good and satisfying. The ravioli add just a touch of indulgence. DEFINITELY making this again and again.

Delicious, vegetarian, fast, easy, filling, convenient
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