Sheet1Page 1Olive Garden® Pasta e FagioliIt's amazing how many lousy clones for this delicious chili-like soup from Olive Garden are floating around on the Web.Some are shared on message boards, others are displayed on sitesin a collection of "actual restaurant recipes" (yeah, right!). But they all leave out obvious ingredients you can see, like thecarrots, ground beef, or two kinds of beans. Others don't get the pasta right -- it's obviously ditali pasta (short little tubes).Then there's the recipe that really squeezed the seeds from mygourd -- one that's floating around in MasterCook format that lists "Top Secret Recipes" as the source. But, wait a minute! I've never before created a clone for this dish -- not here on the site, and not in any book. So, after logging some time overa chopping block, an open flame, and a couple tasty glasses of Merlot, out popped this puppy. And this is the one, kitchen cloners!If you want the taste of Pasta e Fagioli at home, this is the only recipe that will fool in a side-by-side taste test. Accept
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