UseSavoury and rich, Tuscan minestrone is a healthy dish full of flavour. A traditional and much appreciated comfort food, it should be eaten hot and with a dash of raw oil to fully appreciate its flavour. Its slow cooking ensures that you enjoy minestrone in the traditional way!
Preparation and cooking
Prepare the Tuscan minestrone by leaving it to soak for 12 hours and, if possible, changing the water about every 3 hours. Drain it and cook it in salted water for 2 hours after boiling. Enjoy hot with a drizzle of EVO oil.
Peas *, Barley *, Green lentils *, Red lentils *, Cannellini beans *, Spelt *, Chickpeas *, Borlotti beans *, Black beans *, Green adzuki *, Red kidney beans *. *Organic
It may contain traces of: soy, sesame and celery.
Nutrition facts per 100g:
Energy: 1314 kJ (312 kcal),
Fat: 1,3g, (saturated: 0,3g),
Carbohydrated: 45,8g (sugar: 2,4g),