Monday, January 21, 2013

Slow Cooker Tuscan White Bean and Roasted Garlic Soup from Skinnytaste

Slow Cooker Tuscan White Bean and Roasted Garlic Soup
A simple meatless soup with lots of flavor from roasted garlic!  (Photo from Skinnytaste.)

It's pretty obvious that dried beans are one of my favorite choices for Meatless Monday meals, and I think this Slow Cooker Tuscan White Bean and Roasted Garlic Soup from Skinnytaste sounds perfect as a starter or main dish soup for a cold winter night.  Gina starts with dried, unsoaked beans, and adding roasted garlic is what she says takes this soup recipe from good to great!

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Use this link to get the recipe for Slow Cooker Tuscan White Bean and Roasted Garlic Soup from Skinnytaste.

More Ideas with Dried Beans in the Slow Cooker:
Dried Beans Cooked in the Slow Cooker from Kalyn's Kitchen
Boston Baked Beans from Andrea Meyers
Gingered Chickpea and Spicy Tomato Vegan Stew from Cookin' Canuck 
Puerto Rican Black Beans with Sofrito and Cilantro from The Perfect Pantry
Spicy Black Beans and Tomatoes from Budget Bytes
 
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3 comments:

  1. Since discovering black eyed peas were fine without a hambone, I'm now looking for other meatless beans. Perfect!

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  2. Pam, I am thinking the roasted garlic would make this so tasty!

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  3. I'm guessing this soup has a lovely sweet flavor from the roasted garlic. Can't wait to try it.

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