Garden Vegetables And Navy Beans Vegan Soup – Your Recipe Rocks

Pasta Beans Soup

As most of you know, throughout last week I was worried about my mom’s safe journey to US and now that she has arrived I’m a little busy, so I have not been able to visit all your blogs or reply individually to all your lovely comemnts.  So please excuse me, I’ll catch up with you guys very soon! 

This week I tried RedChillies’ pasta and beans soup.  The soup is very simple to make but has a lot of flavors going in from the peppers, celery, garlic and oregano.  I didn’t have mini peppers, so used a combination of regular size red pepper, yellow pepper and green pepper.  I also used extra 3 cups of vegetable broth. (Look “My Notes”)  Thank you for the recipe RedChillies.

My Notes:
I always prepare my pasta and beans soup directly in a pressure cooker.  I don’t cook the pasta separately.  I add all the ingredients for the soup, including the pasta and extra water or vegetable broth as required and leave it for 1 whistle and turn off the stove.  The pasta is cooked to perfection and also has the flavor of all the vegetables, tomatoes and herbs because it is cooked with it instead of plain salted water.

Since I made the soup in a pressure cooker directly, I’m sending this to Archana’s One Dish Meal Event.  The cooking time is approximately 30-45 minutes including prep time and the measurement yields 4-5 servings easily.

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  1. ONE DISH MEALS | Archana's Kitchen

    […] of Eggless Cooking presents Garden Vegetables and Navy Beans Vegan Soup A simple to make but has a lot of flavors going in from the peppers, celery, garlic and oregano. […]

  2. Namratha

    Pasta in soup is one of my all time favs…can’t say no to it! 😀 Looks absolutely delicious!

  3. Swati: Sugarcraft India

    Glad Madhu that your Mom has reached safely ..Soup looks great and thats a great tip to cook the pasta with veggies in the pressure cooker..

  4. Roma

    Madhu, I have sent you some mails at your hotmail account.

  5. RedChillies

    Awww, thank you so much for trying this soup dear Madhuram and so glad that you liked it. I sure did not know that we could cook the pasta in pressure cooker. That is a great idea. The picture looks awesome. Thanks for thinking about me and passing the award as well.

    I really hope that you have a wonderful and fun time with your mother.

  6. Kalai

    Glad to hear you’re having a great time with amma! Soup looks delicious, Madhu! 🙂

  7. Uma

    first enjoy your time with your mom and cherish the moments, Madhu! the soup looks so delicious.

  8. Trupti

    Madhu..soup looks delicious and nice photo

  9. skribles

    Looks yumm … I too cook pasta with veggies for the same reason – makes it more tasty and retains nutrients; also the gravy is thicker this way!
    thanks for sharin this recipe

  10. DivyA Vikram

    Thats Nice madhu..Even I came back to ur blog after a long time..I was on a break for a while..Anyways convey my regards to amma

  11. DivyA Vikram

    looks too healthy..Have nice time with amma Madhu

  12. JZ @ Tasty treats

    wow! the picture is awesome Madhu!! it sure mustve been tasty! enjoy ur time with ur mom…make her feel special! 🙂

    theres a lil something for u on my blog, come and get it when u are free!

  13. Laavanya

    That’s a good tip about cooking it in the pressure cooker – saves energy too! Thanks Madhuram.

  14. Asha

    Looks delcious, love the photo!:)

    Enjoy your award.

  15. sushma

    :mrgreen: This soup is so tempting with its color and feel like grabing..

  16. Roma

    The soup looks delicious. Nice shot! I like the idea of cooking the pasta with the vegetables and seasoning as the flavor seeps in (nutrition remains intact too)

    Thanks Madhu for giving me the rocking girl blogger award! Will pass it onto someone who rocks too.

    Thanks so much again!

  17. Foodiefriend

    Looks good!