Having frozen minestrone at home is always a great convenience. And instead of having it frozen, why not have it dried with the available seasonal vegetables?
(and as many vegetables as you like)
Clean and slice the vegetables so that they are all about the same thickness (apart from the peas and green beans); remove the two ends from the green beans and cut them into approximately 2 cm chunks; arrange the vegetables in the baskets.
P1 Automatic (preferable because different qualities of vegetables are processed together). Check the state of the drying process and, if necessary, remove vegetables that dry out earlier (such as carrots).
Close the vegetables in airtight glass jars and store them in the dark (if perfectly dried, the vegetables will last up to a year).