Any type of noodle - If you have scraps of several different types, put 'em all together. One pound total.
One 16oz can of Chickpeas
Buillion - I always have a jar of Better Than Buillion in my fridge and highly recommend it. For this recipe I use "No Chicken Base". Best Flavor for this dish.
If you have scraps of and Italian style hard cheese use it! I use parmesan. But have resorted to feta when that was all I had.
Some sort of pasta-type vegetable - I usually have frozen spinach at all times and usually use that. But, have resorted to mushrooms, brocolli, cauliflower.. Again - whatever you have in your fridge that might be good.
One can of diced tomatoes, rinsed.
Salt and Pepper to taste
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