Minnesota Minestrone recipe. Ready In: 45 min. Makes 10 servings 293 per serving Ingredients: ground beef, lean, onion, , tomatoes, kidney beans, corn kernels, canned, celery, cabbage, zucchini, pasta, water, red wine, beef bouillon, salt, italian seasoning, ---, parmesan, parmigiano-reggiano cheese, grated
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ArtistAngie
This cocktail is made with vodka, coffee liqueur, root beer, and cream.
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David J Rust
This dish has been a favorite of mine ever since I stared at a pile of ingredients and wondered, "What the heck am I going to do with all this?" I've made this for breakfast several times and occasionally added hot chilis, paprika, or garlic, but this interpretation is the basic dish. It's called "Minnesota" hash because it's made up of the basic Minnesotan favorites such as kielbasa, apples, sage, potatoes, and onions. It's our Scandawhovian heritage, dontcha know!
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Denise in da Kitchen
This recipe came from Mary Beth Roe on the QVC channel. It is a very filling soup that my family loves on a cold day. Served with a loaf of crusty fresh bread, it's real comfort food.
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Miss Erin
Official State Muffin of Minnesota, showing off our precious crop of delicious blueberries!
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Ann Marie F
I adopted this recipe from Recipezaar on February 13, 2005.
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Recipe Circus
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F-16 momma
We love this with butter, cinnamon, and sugar. So good! After moving away from Minnesota, I can't just buy lefse at the grocery store, so when I get a craving I resort to making it this way.
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Empire920
For chocolate-peanut butter lovers! This recipe is a family tradition. Our family couldn't wait to get Minnesota bars mailed to us from Grandma every Christmas. My sister and I would also make them with our grandmother when we would visit. I don't know where the name came from-my dad spent some of his childhood in Minnesota.
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Vina
The best thing to eat after sweeping snow from your roof, chipping ice off your steps, and knocking down icicles. I know chili didn't originate in Minnesota, but it should have! While this isn't a "true" chili, according to purists, it is a tasty stew-type soup, guaranteed to warm your "cockles" (of the heart or otherwise!)
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David J Rust
I'm very fond of Indian cooking and, above all, the key element is the spice blend or "Masala" used by the recipe. A standard "curry powder" is what most folk outside India associate with Indian cuisine, although there are hundreds of varieties. This particular type is based off of a nut Masala and Garam Masala only it uses the wild rice native to my homestate, Minnesota, for the "nuts" as well as a decent amount of cloves. It not only seasons with a bit of heat, but it also thickens a bit with the ground rice.
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yooper
These wonderful shrooms are a speciality at the Arrowwood Resert in Alexandria, Minnesota. Wild rice is the key ingredient. Cook time includes the time to cook the wild rice.
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