EAT | Magic Bean Soup (Dinner your kids will eat!)

Published on October 2, 2017

If you’re looking for a dinner recipe you can make it under 20 minutes, this bean soup is it. Add some cheesy breads and win your kids over.

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– 1-2 tbsp olive oil
– 8 oz of brown mushrooms (sliced)
– 1 yellow onion (diced)
– 3 cloves of garlic (minced)
– 1 small jar of oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes (drained)
– 2 cans of diced tomatoes
– 2 cans of Cannellini beans (drained & rinsed)
– 1 jar/can of quartered artichoke hearts (drained)
– 1 tsp dried oregano
– 1 tsp dried thyme
– slice bread
– shredded cheese

1. Preheat broiler to 400.

2. Heat 1 tbsp olive oil in a large pot over medium-high until shimmering. Add 8 oz of brown mushrooms (sliced) and stir for 1-2 min then add 1 yellow onion (diced) (and more olive oil if needed). Saute until lightly browned, about 3 min.

3. Add 3 cloves of garlic (minced) and 1 small jar of oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes (drained) and cook another 2 min.

4. Add 2 cans of diced tomatoes, 2 cans of Cannellini beans (drained & rinsed), 1 jar/can of quartered artichoke hearts (drained), some salt & pepper, 1 tsp dried oregano and 1 tsp dried thyme.

5. Cover the pan, turn the heat down to medium, and cook for 10 min.

6. Meanwhile, put whatever bread you have on hand on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, top with whatever cheese you have on handand bake under the broiler for 5 min. Garnish stew with chopped parsley.

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Meg grew up in Connecticut and when she wasn’t busy pretending to be a mom, she was in the kitchen learning family recipes. She won over her husband, Alan, whom she met her freshman year at Stanford, with some very fancy homecooked meals. After working in finance and strategy for Gap and NBC-Universal, Meg returned to Stanford where she earned her MBA. Now with three kids of her own (Avery, 5; Brooks, 4 and Ryder 1), Meg’s husband doesn’t see too many of those fancy meals. But her kids eat very well! She believes good food is all it takes to make a friend, and she is grateful for all the friends she has made through her videos.

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