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That’s Amore Cheese

Minestrone di Bufala

Recipe / Dario di Clerico, That’s Amore Cheese

Serves: 4

1½ tbsp olive oil1 onion, chopped1 leek, chopped1 carrot, chopped250g pancetta, chopped1 celery stick, chopped2 bay leaves250g pumpkin, chopped2 potatoes, chopped300g cauliflower, chopped 1.5L vegetable stock3 Roma tomatoes, diced1 zucchini, choppedHalf bunch asparagus, chopped 200g cup frozen peasSalt & pepper, to taste400g tin cannellini beans, rinsed100g That’s Amore Cheese BufalottoCrusty bread, to serve

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