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Gluten Free Pasta Fagiole

Winter has decided to make a comeback!

While we are all patiently waiting for this ice & snow to melt here in the

North East, I felt it be appropriate for me to share one of my custom

Gluten Free soup recipes!

Making Italian food was the first cuisine I was ever introduced to in my mothers Sicilian Kitchen. For as long as I can remember, I was always helping her with nightly dinners for my family of 6 as I was the youngest child and only girl. Our cooking together is one of the fondest memories I have of my childhood, that also carried into adulthood, which unexpectedly led me to my passion for developing recipes of great tasting food that I never imagined would have developed into a career. Whenever it was a cold, snowy winters day in NY, my mother would always whip up a fresh batch of soup, and do some baking. By some I mean lots and lots of baking. As I got older, I started to re-vamp my mothers’ traditional recipes by keeping in the great taste, but tweak them along the way to make it more nutritionally sound. This Pasta Fagiole Recipe is no different. It has her great, fresh Italian flavor with my twist of making it gluten free to meet today's healthier standards.

Via Melissa's Gluten Free Pasta Fagiole Recipe

Prep time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 30 minutes

Serves 6



Cutting board

Large pot

Wooden or plastic spoon

Garlic press

Large bowl for serving

Spoons for mixing and serving


2 tlb spoon olive oil

3 garlic cloves

1 medium yellow onion, diced

2 stalks celery

6 cups water

1 can diced tomatoes 16 oz

2 tbl chicken boullion

1 tablespoon garlic powder

1 tsp each: basil, oregano

1 tsp sea salt

1/2 box gluten free pasta

1 can kidney or navy beans


Heat pot over medium heat

Add olive oil

Dice all garlic, celery & onion and add to pot

Cook for 3 min on medium heat then add water, diced tomatoes, boullion, garlic & sea salt

Stir all together with a spoon

Bring water to a boil

Add in pasta

Cook for 8 minutes

Add in beans

Let cook another 10-15 minute

Let cool & serve

You may want to add additional sea salt or garlic for preferred taste


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