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Ribollita Soup

This Tuscan-style vegetable soup with its rustic texture and robust tomato-hued flavour is an easy win for chilly weeknights. Translating to 'reboiled' in Italian, ribollita is traditionally made with day-old bread that's cooked into the soup, but in this version, simply mop up the broth with the garlic bread or tear it up and stir through for extra texture.

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Recipe

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01

Prepare Ingredients

Preheat oven to 200°C fan-forced (for garlic bread). Finely dice celery, bacon and eschalot. Crush garlic. Thinly slice sage leaves.

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02

Cook Aromatics

Heat oil in a saucepan over medium heat. Add celery, bacon, eschalot and most of the sage and season with salt and pepper. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes or until eschalot has softened and caramelised slightly. Add garlic and cook, stirring, for 30 seconds or until fragrant.

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03

Add Beans

Rinse and drain cannellini beans. Add to saucepan and lightly crush using the back of a spoon or a potato masher.

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Cook Soup

Add cherry tomatoes and crush lightly with the back of a spoon to release their juices. Add 500ml (2 cups) water and stock cube. Bring to just below the boil, reduce heat to medium-low and simmer for 15 minutes or until soup has thickened slightly.

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Cook Garlic Bread, Add Spinach

Meanwhile, bake garlic bread according to packet instructions. When soup has finished cooking, stir through remaining sage and baby spinach leaves and season to taste.

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06

Plate Up

Divide soup between bowls and sprinkle with parmesan and black pepper. Serve with garlic bread.

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Ribollita Soup

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Very tasty and quick to cook which is a big help during the week when you are working.

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