Spicy Zucchini, Pepper and Potato Soup

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  • on August 03, 2013

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    not my favorite...I didn't have cubanelle peppers so I used pablano peppers. It was spicy and the flavors were good but I think it would have been better if I chopped everything into a large dice, rather than rings and maybe added some sausage or something to give it more (something I ended up tossing it out.

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  • on February 09, 2012

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    I thought this was really tasty! I didn't have the cubanelle peppers to I added Tobasco to amp up the heat from the jalepenos. I would recommend making it and refrigerating it for the next day since the flavors were much better then. I also added some spinach at the last minute to add even more veggies!

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  • on July 16, 2011

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    Overall, I like this soup. I took some shortcuts and did not make my own roasted peppers or tomatoes. I didn't use the same chili peppers, so my version was lacking heat. It was a filling soup, one that was great for a Friday during Lent - no meat!

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