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Vegan Minestrone Soup for Plant-Based Vitality

Feb 26, 2024

Vegan Minestrone Soup for Plant-Based Vitality

From the farm to the bowl: Introduction to Vegan Minestrone Soup

Are you seeking a nutritious, flavorful meal perfect for a healthy lifestyle? 

Look no further than vegan minestrone soup! Packed with an array of fresh vegetables, hearty beans, and savory herbs, this soup is delicious and perfect for you.  Maybe you are like me and loved the Campells Minestrone as a child or perhaps you enjoyed the Olive Garden Minestrone but now you would like to make it at home from scratch.

As Dan Buettner of the Blue Zones highlighted this soup recently, my childhood favorite soup is getting a tremendous surge in interest.

Plant-based minestrone soup is a fantastic option for those following a vegan or vegetarian diet, as it contains no animal products. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber, all essential for maintaining good health. Additionally, this soup is low in calories and fat, making it an excellent choice for maintaining our weight as we age.

The benefits of plant-based minestrone soup extend beyond its nutritional value. Its vibrant flavors and comforting nature make it a satisfying meal that can be enjoyed any time of the year. Whether you’re looking for a quick and easy lunch or a comforting dinner, this soup will surely hit the spot. I love making it weekly and it’s been a staple in my healing journey with long Covid.

So, why give plant-based minestrone soup a try? Its delicious taste and numerous health benefits make it an ideal addition to any well-rounded and healthy lifestyle. And frankly, it is very affordable.

Understanding Minestrone Soup

Minestrone soup is a traditional Italian dish known for its rich, hearty flavors and a variety of vegetables. It is a thick soup with a broth base, often containing beans, onions, celery, carrots, and tomatoes. Minestrone soup is typically seasoned with herbs like basil, oregano, and thyme and can also include pasta or rice. There is no set recipe.

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What is Minestrone Soup?

Minestrone soup is a versatile and customizable dish that can be adapted to suit different tastes and dietary preferences. It is often considered a one-pot meal due to its substantial and filling nature.

History of Minestrone Soup

The origins of minestrone soup can be traced back to ancient Italy, where it was initially made with whatever vegetables were in season, along with grains and legumes. Over time, the recipe evolved to incorporate a wider variety of ingredients, making it a staple in Italian cuisine.

Nutritional Benefits of Vegan Minestrone Soup

Plant-based minestrone soup is packed with fresh vegetables, making it a nutritional powerhouse. Here are some of the essential nutrients you can expect to find in a bowl of this delicious soup:

  • Vitamins: Minestrone soup is an excellent source of vitamins, particularly vitamin A and vitamin C. Vitamin A plays a crucial role in maintaining healthy vision, supporting immune function, and promoting cell growth and development. Vitamin C, on the other hand, is known for its immune-boosting properties and its ability to encourage collagen production, which is essential for healthy skin and connective tissues.
  • Minerals: This soup is also rich in minerals like potassium, magnesium, and iron. Potassium helps regulate blood pressure and maintain proper heart function, while magnesium plays a role in muscle and nerve function and bone health. Iron is essential for producing healthy red blood cells and preventing iron deficiency anemia.
  • Fiber: Fiber is an essential nutrient that aids digestion and helps maintain a healthy weight. Plant-based minestrone soup contains a good amount of fiber, thanks to the variety of vegetables and beans it contains. Fiber helps regulate blood sugar levels, promote satiety, and support a healthy gut

Low in Calories and Fat

Plant-based minestrone soup is an excellent choice if you’re looking to manage your weight. It is low in calories and fat, making it a filling and satisfying meal without the excess calories. This soup can be enjoyed guilt-free, knowing that you’re nourishing your body with wholesome ingredients.

In addition to these key nutrients, plant-based minestrone soup also contains antioxidants, which help protect the body against oxidative stress and inflammation. These antioxidants are found in the colorful vegetables used in the soup, such as tomatoes, carrots, and spinach.

With its impressive nutritional profile, plant-based minestrone soup is a great addition to any healthy diet.

Let’s dive in more to Vegan fMinestrone Soup?

Plant-based minestrone soup is a classic Italian dish typically made with various vegetables, beans, pasta, and a flavorful broth. The beauty of this soup lies in its versatility, as you can use any combination of vegetables and beans that you prefer or have on hand.

Traditionally, minestrone soup includes onions, carrots, celery, garlic, tomatoes, beans, and pasta or rice. However, you can get creative and add other vegetables like zucchini, bell peppers, or leafy greens. The soup is seasoned with herbs such as basil, thyme, and oregano, which add depth and flavor to the dish.

The base is usually a vegetable broth, but you can also use water or a combination of broth, herbs/spices and tomato juice for a richer flavor. The soup is typically simmered for a period to allow the flavors to meld together and the vegetables to become tender.

Plant-based minestrone soup is not only delicious but also incredibly versatile. You can adapt the recipe to suit your taste preferences and dietary needs. Whether you’re a fan of chunky soups or prefer a smoother texture, there’s a minestrone soup recipe out there for you.

Now that we know what plant-based minestrone soup is let’s dive into the step-by-step process of making this wholesome and flavorful dish.

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Step-by-Step Guide to Making Plant-Based Minestrone Soup

Making plant-based minestrone soup is easier than you might think. Follow this simple step-by-step guide to create a delicious and nutritious soup that will satisfy your taste buds and nourish your body:

Step 1: Gather your ingredients

To make plant-based minestrone soup, you’ll need a variety of vegetables, beans, herbs, and a flavorful broth. Here’s a list of common ingredients used in minestrone soup:

  • Onions
  • Carrots
  • Celery
  • Garlic
  • Tomatoes (fresh or canned)
  • Beans (such as kidney beans, cannellini beans, or chickpeas)
  • Pasta or rice
  • Vegetable broth
  • Fresh herbs (such as basil, thyme, and oregano)
  • Olive oil
  • Salt and pepper

Feel free to customize the ingredients based on your preferences or what you have available in your pantry.

Step 2: Prepare the vegetables

Start by chopping the onions, carrots, celery, and garlic. You can dice them finely for a smoother soup or leave them slightly chunky for a heartier texture. Set them aside for later use.

If you’re using fresh tomatoes, wash and chop them as well. Alternatively, you can use canned tomatoes for convenience.

I love to think as well that this can be a route to use veggies that are just a bit tired sitting in the bin.

In fact, this can be a great way to cordinate a weekly clean out on sunday to have soup for Monday when the weeks tends to be quite busy.

Step 3: Sauté the vegetables

In a large pot, heat some olive oil over medium heat. Add the chopped onions, carrots, celery, and garlic, and sauté until they become fragrant and slightly softened. This step helps to release the flavors of the vegetables and enhances the overall taste of the soup.

Step 4: Add the tomatoes and herbs

Once the vegetables have softened, add the chopped tomatoes (or canned tomatoes) to the pot. Stir in your choice of herbs, such as basil, thyme, and oregano. These herbs will infuse the soup with a delightful aroma and a burst of flavor.

Step 5: Add the beans and broth

Next, add the cooked beans of your choice to the pot. Kidney beans, cannellini beans, or chickpeas are all excellent options. These beans provide a good source of plant-based protein and make the soup more filling.

Pour in the vegetable broth to create a flavorful base for the soup. You can adjust the amount of broth based on your preferred consistency. If you like a thicker soup, use less broth. If you prefer a thinner soup, add more broth or water.

Step 6: Simmer and cook

Bring the soup to a boil once all the ingredients are in the pot. Reduce the heat and let it simmer for about 20-30 minutes, or until the vegetables are tender and the flavors have melded together. Be sure to stir occasionally to prevent sticking or burning.

Step 7: Add the pasta or rice

About 10 minutes before the soup is done, add the pasta or rice. This step allows the pasta or rice to cook in the soup and absorb some of the flavors. Choose your favorite type of pasta, such as small shells or macaroni, or choose rice if you prefer.

Step 8: Season and serve

Once the pasta or rice is cooked, season the soup with salt and pepper to taste. Feel free to adjust the seasoning based on your preferences. You can also add a drizzle of olive oil for added richness and flavor.

Ladle the hot soup into bowls and serve it with some crusty bread or a side salad for a complete and satisfying meal. Plant-based minestrone soup is a versatile dish that can be enjoyed as a light lunch, a comforting dinner, or even as a starter for a larger meal.

Now that you know how to make plant-based minestrone soup, let’s explore some tips and variations to help you create the best version of this wholesome and flavorful dish.

Tips for Making the Best Minestrone Soup

While making plant-based minestrone soup is relatively straightforward, a few tips and tricks can help you create the best version of this classic dish. Here are some tips to keep in mind:

Use fresh, seasonal vegetables.

  • Whenever possible, opt for fresh and seasonal vegetables. Not only will they be more flavorful, but they will also provide a broader range of nutrients.
  • Use vegetables like zucchini, bell peppers, or leafy greens to add variety and color to your soup.
  • Feel free to experiment with different combinations based on what’s available at your local market or awaiting you in the fridge.

Don’t overcook the vegetables.

To maintain the texture and vibrant colors of the vegetables, avoid overcooking them. Cook them until they are tender but still slightly crisp. This will ensure the soup has a pleasant bite and the vegetables retain their nutritional value.

Add the pasta or rice towards the end.

To prevent the pasta or rice from becoming mushy, add them towards the end of the cooking process. This way, they cook just enough to be tender without losing shape or texture. Sometimes I do this with the beans too.

Adjust the seasoning as needed.

Taste the soup periodically and adjust the seasoning as needed. Some brands of vegetable broth and canned tomatoes may be saltier than others, so it’s essential to taste and adjust accordingly. You can also add herbs or spices to enhance the flavors of the soup.

Some of my favorite combinations are all known for their anti-inflammatory basis:

  • Herbs de Provence
  • Dried mushrooms
  • Thyme, oregano, basil, majoram, rosemary
  • Turmeric, ginger
  • Cumin, corriander, fennel, fenugreek
  • Garlic, onion, chives

Let the soup sit for a while

Minestrone soup tastes even better the next day, as the flavors have had time to develop and meld together. Consider making a larger batch and enjoying it as leftovers for a quick and satisfying meal.

With these tips in mind, you’ll be well-equipped to make a delicious and well-seasoned plant-based minestrone soup. 

Here is the recipe for making this even easier: Instant Pot Minestrone Recipe

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Plant-Based Minestrone Soup: Instapot Version

  • Author: Dr. Siri Chand


  • 6 cups of water
  • 1 tablespoon dry spices/herbs/flavors (see below)

3 cups chopped vegetables (use what is seasonal) 

  • cabbage
  • cauliflower
  • squash
  • peppers
  • carrots
  • onion
  • broccoli
  • leeks

1/2 cup of uncooked grain – your choice or blend

  • rice
  • barley
  • millet
  • farrow
  • quinoa

1 cup beans

  • Black beans, broad beans, garbanzo/chickpea, lentils

1/2 cup canned tomatoes – (can omit) or use fresh

Fresh herbs

  • Parsley, Flat Parsley, Dill, Thyme
  • sesame seeds for topping

Spice and flavor options

  • Herbs de Provence
  • dried mushrooms
  • thyme
  • oregano
  • basil
  • marjoram
  • rosemary
  • turmeric
  • ginger
  • cumin
  • coriander
  • fennel
  • fenugreek
  • Garlic
  • onion
  • chives
  • Seaweed
  • Botanicals


  1. Bring water, grain and “spices” to boil in instant pot. I use the sauté function.
  2. Cook for 10 minutes at this setting.
  3. Change instapot to high on “slow cooker” function.
  4. Add veggies and cook 20-30 minutes.
  5. Add cooked legumes in last few minutes of cooking.
  6. Add fresh diced herbs and sesame seeds on top.

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To sum up, if you are a busy professional, look into Instacart to eat healthier when your schedule is hectic, either as a delivery or pick-up option.

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Now, let’s explore some variations and substitutions you can make to suit your dietary preferences or accommodate food intolerances.

Variations and Substitutions for Plant-Based Minestrone Soup

One of the great things about plant-based minestrone soup is its versatility. You can customize the ingredients and make substitutions to suit your taste preferences or dietary needs. Here are some variations and substitutions you can consider:

Gluten-free option

Following a gluten-free diet, you can easily make a gluten-free version of minestrone soup using gluten-free pasta or rice. Many gluten-free pasta options, such as rice pasta or quinoa pasta, are available in stores. Alternatively, you can skip the pasta and use gluten-free grains like quinoa or millet.

Vegan protein sources

While traditional minestrone soup often includes beans for protein, you can experiment with other vegan protein sources. Try adding tofu or tempeh for a different texture and flavor. You can also have plant-based meat alternatives, such as vegan sausage or vegetarian meatballs, to make the soup heartier and more filling.

Low-carb option

If you’re following a low-carb diet, you can reduce or omit the pasta or rice in the soup. Instead, add more vegetables or swap the pasta for low-carb alternatives like zucchini noodles or cauliflower rice. This will help lower the overall carbohydrate content of the soup while still providing a satisfying meal.

Spicy Twist

Add some red pepper flakes or a pinch of cayenne pepper to the soup if you enjoy spicier flavors. This will give it a subtle heat and add a bit of excitement to the dish. Adjust the amount of spice based on your preference and tolerance.

Creamy variation

For a creamy twist, blend a portion of the soup using an immersion or countertop blender. This will create a thick and creamy base while retaining some texture from the remaining chunky vegetables. You can also add a plant-based milk or cream splash to enhance the creaminess.

Embracing Organic Minestrone Soup

Organic minestrone soup offers the added benefit of being made with high-quality, organic ingredients, free from synthetic pesticides and fertilizers.

Advantages of Organic Minestrone Soup

Organic minestrone soup assures wholesome and natural ingredients, contributing to a healthier and more environmentally friendly choice.

How to Identify Organic Minestrone Soup

When selecting organic minestrone soup, look for certifications such as USDA Organic or the European Union Organic Logo. These labels indicate that the product meets the standards for organic production.

Top Organic Minestrone Soup Options

Popular organic minestrone soup options include brands like Pacific Foods, Imagine, and Trader Joe’s. These brands are committed to using organic ingredients, ensuring consumers a high-quality and sustainable choice.

Choosing the Best Minestrone Soup for Your Needs

When selecting minestrone soup, several factors must be considered to ensure it aligns with your preferences and dietary requirements.

Factors to Consider When Selecting Minestrone Soup

Consider factors such as specific ingredients, dietary restrictions, and the desired level of convenience when choosing minestrone soup. Whether opting for a hearty, organic, or condensed option, selecting a product that meets your needs is essential.

Tips for Enhancing the Flavor of Minestrone Soup

To elevate the flavor of minestrone soup that you have purchased, consider adding fresh herbs, a drizzle of olive oil, or a sprinkle of vegan Parmesan cheese before serving. These simple additions can enhance the overall taste and aroma of the soup.

Serving Suggestions and Pairings for Minestrone Soup

Minestrone soup pairs well with crusty bread, a side salad, or a sprinkle of sesame seeds. It can also be served alongside a sandwich or as a starter before a main course, offering versatility in meal planning.

Serving suggestions and accompaniments for plant-based minestrone soup

Plant-based minestrone is a hearty and satisfying meal on its own, but there are several ways to enhance your dining experience by pairing it with complementary flavors.  What do you like to have with yours? Let me know in the comments.

So, we have made a deep dive into soup; what’s next?

Minestrone soup offers diverse options, from hearty and organic to convenient and condensed varieties. By understanding the characteristics and benefits of each type, home cooks can make informed choices when selecting the best minestrone soup for their culinary endeavors.

Recap of the Different Types of Minestrone Soup

  • Hearty minestrone soup is robust and filling, offering a substantial and nutritious meal option.
  • Organic minestrone soup assures high-quality, natural ingredients, contributing to a healthier and more environmentally friendly choice.
  • Canned or frozen minestrone soup offers convenience and versatility, making it a convenient pantry staple for quick and easy meal solutions.

Final Tips for Choosing the Best Minestrone Soup

Consider your preferences for flavor, ingredients, and convenience when choosing minestrone. Whether opting for a classic recipe or exploring new variations, there is a minestrone option to suit every taste and lifestyle.

Enjoying the Diverse World of Minestrone Soup

With its rich history and versatile nature, minestrone offers a delightful culinary experience for home cooks. Whether savoring a hearty, organic, or condensed bowl of this classic dish, embracing the diverse world of minestrone soup will satisfy the palate and nourish the soul.

Let’s Explore Seasonal Eating: Winter

Our visit last weekend before the rain was filled with winter vegetables and fruits! This blood orange is lovely. And there was some wonderful organic calendula that can be dried and used in chocolate making and body care.

What is Seasonal Eating?

The role of local and/or seasonal eating is one that I am particularly interested in. I believe the connection to seasonal living builds a steady and essential connection to nature. Fortunately for me, it is not just my opinion; scientific data exists to explore this notion.

Eating locally and seasonally has been proposed to reduce the environmental impact of food production and enhance consumer health (Macdiarmid, 2013). However, the evidence supporting this idea is mixed. While some studies have found that local food can be inferior to non-local food (Edwards-Jones, 2010), others have highlighted the potential benefits of consuming local seasonal food for sustainable consumption (Vargas, 2021). The link between eating seasonally and a reduction of environmental impacts in the food chain has also been explored, with some research suggesting a potential benefit (Brooks, 2011). However, the overall impact of eating locally and seasonally on health and the environment remains complex and nuanced.


  • Macdiarmid JI. Seasonality and dietary requirements: will eating seasonal food contribute to health and environmental sustainability? Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 2014;73(3):368-375.
  • Edwards-Jones G. Does eating local food reduce the environmental impact of food production and enhance consumer health? Proc Nutr Soc. 2010 Nov;69(4):582-91.
  • Vargas AM, de Moura AP, Deliza R, Cunha LM. The Role of Local Seasonal Foods in Enhancing Sustainable Food Consumption: A Systematic Literature Review. Foods. 2021; 10(9):2206.
  • Brooks, M., Foster, C., Holmes, M.R., & Wiltshire, J.J. (2011). Does consuming seasonal foods benefit the environment? Insights from recent research. Nutrition Bulletin, 36, 449-453.
  • Jaqua E, Biddy E, Moore C, Browne G. The Impact of the Six Pillars of Lifestyle Medicine on Brain Health. Cureus. 2023 Feb 3;15(2):e34605.
  • Elicit; Elicit: The Al Research Assistant;; accessed 2/8/2024

In the complexity of considering the regional needs and long-term goals of feeding populations, I also believe that seasonal and, when feasible, local eating helps us cultivate mindfulness skills, paying attention to what is close and relevant. Exploring markets and local farms builds community connections, which is also part of Lifestyle Medicine’s core pillars of health.

Here are some substitutions for the Rainbow Vegan Lasagna that cater to various dietary needs and preferences:

  1. Nut-Free Vegan Ricotta:
    • Replace cashews with sunflower seeds or boiled and mashed potatoes for a nut-free ricotta alternative. This substitution maintains the creamy texture while catering to those with nut allergies.
  2. Low-Carb Option:
    • For a lower carbohydrate version, substitute butternut squash and ube yam with slices of eggplant or extra zucchini. These alternatives provide a similar texture and richness without the higher carb content.
  3. Soy-Based Ricotta:
    • If you prefer soy products, blend silken tofu with lemon juice, nutritional yeast, and your choice of herbs to create a soy-based vegan ricotta. This option is high in protein and provides a different nutritional profile.
  4. Gluten-Free Noodles:
    • If you want a more traditional lasagna feel while keeping it gluten-free, use gluten-free lasagna noodles in place of some vegetable layers. This can add a familiar pasta texture to the dish.
  5. Tomato-Free Option:
    • For those who avoid tomatoes, you can substitute the sun-dried tomatoes in the ricotta with roasted red peppers or caramelized onions to achieve a sweet and savory flavor profile.
  6. Different Greens:
    • Instead of kale, you can use spinach or Swiss chard. These greens offer similar nutritional benefits and will add a slightly different flavor to the lasagna.
  7. Additional Protein:
    • For extra protein, consider adding layers of crumbled tempeh or cooked lentils between the vegetable layers. This boosts the protein content and adds a hearty texture to the lasagna.

These substitutions allow you to tailor the Rainbow Vegan Lasagna to your dietary needs and preferences, ensuring that everyone can enjoy this delicious and nutritious dish.

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