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posted: 7/9/2014 5:45 AM

Pasta salad inspired by Italian soup

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  • Minestrone morphs into pasta salads for a light, summer supper.

      Minestrone morphs into pasta salads for a light, summer supper.
    The Washington Post

By Stephanie Witt Sedgwick
Special to The Washington Post

Minestrone Pasta Salad turns the elements of a winter favorite -- vegetables, beans and pasta -- into a side dish fit for a summertime lunch or light supper. Salami replaces the flavor of sausage typically found in the soup; prosciutto or any smoked ham would work as well.

For a vegetarian version, omit the meat and double the amount of chopped basil.

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When you're cutting the vegetables and meat, aim for pieces about the same size as the chickpeas.

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