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Description: The classic minestrone. A substantial soup from Milan, made with tomatoes, pulses, such as red kidney beans and peas, onions, celery, pork, courgettes (US: zucchini), carrots, possibly potatoes and cabbage, and other vegetables and herbs, served with Parmesan cheese. It may be served as a main course and may be served at room temperature or cold when the weather is hot.
Pronounced: mee-neh-STROH-neh ahl-lah mee-lah-NEH-seh
Most frequent country: Italy
Most frequent region: Milan in Lombardy
See places: Italian food and cuisine, Lombardy, Milan
See foods and dishes: alla milanese, Parmigiano-Reggiano