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Red Pepper & Chilli Soup (In A Soup Maker)

Red pepper and chilli soup is a deliciously warming recipe with a spicy kick. It’s quick and easy to make in a soup maker, requiring very little preparation.

red pepper chilli soup next to a Ninja soup maker and fresh red chilli

Making Red Pepper and Chilli Soup In A Soup Maker

I have made this recipe in a Morphy Richards soup maker as well as a Ninja Soup Maker. The same recipe will work in all soup makers, but if you have the compact version of a Morphy Richards you will need to reduce the quantities.

What You Need:

2 red peppers, 2 cloves garlic, 1 onion, 1 potato and 1 fresh red chilli ready to make a red pepper and chilli soup in a soup maker
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 2 garlic cloves, crushed
  • 2 red peppers, chopped
  • 1 potato, chopped
  • 1 fresh red chilli
  • 750ml vegetable stock (approx)

Prepare the ingredients by washing and chopping the peppers, potato, red chilli (take care when handling), chopping the onion and crushing the garlic cloves.

chopped ingredients for red pepper chilli soup in a soup maker

There is no need to peel the potato, just give it a good clean first. The potato has been added to thicken the soup, add more potato if you prefer a thicker soup. You can substitute the potato for red lentils if you prefer.

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ingredients in soup maker for red pepper chilli soup

Add all of the ingredients to your soup maker and add stock up to the MAX level. Place the lid on and set the soup maker off on the smooth setting.

chopped ingredients in Ninja Soup Maker

Once the soup maker has finished, pour the soup out and add any additional seasoning or croutons.

red pepper chilli soup next to a ninja soup maker
red pepper chilli soup

Red Pepper & Chilli Soup

Yield: 4
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 21 minutes
Total Time: 26 minutes

Red pepper and chilli soup is a deliciously warming recipe with a spicy kick from the fresh chilli. It's quick and easy to make in a soup maker!


  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 2 red peppers, chopped
  • 2 garlic cloves, crushed
  • 1 potato, medium (approx 200g), chopped
  • 1 red chilli, sliced (deseed for milder taste)
  • 750 ml chicken or vegetable stock, (using 1 stock cube or pot)


  1. Add all the ingredients to the soup maker.
  2. Add the stockpot or cube and top up with hot water up to the MAX line.
  3. Stir ingredients around and set off on the smooth program.
  4. Add any additional seasoning and optionally add croutons.

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Monday 10th of October 2022

Hi can you use dried chilli flakes in this soup

Liana Green

Wednesday 12th of October 2022

Hi Jan - yes you can :)

Geoff Ringer

Friday 22nd of October 2021

Hi Liana. I’ve just made this soup. Tastes lovely. It’s also nice to know it’s nutritious and good for you. Can you provide the nutritional information please. Many thanks

Caroline Hilton

Saturday 25th of September 2021

Just made this - absolutely delicious :) :)

Liana Green

Friday 1st of October 2021

Thanks for your comment Caroline, that's great to hear!


Saturday 20th of March 2021

I’ve made this a few times now, it’s my new favourite soup! I love the kick of the chilli and it tastes extra good after a long dog walk in the rain. My soup maker doesn’t have a sauté function, so I’ve made this by just putting all the ingredients into the maker, and also have sautéed in a pan first as per the recipe. Sautéing gives a much richer flavour I think, so definitely worth that extra step (and washing up!) if you don’t have a sauté function om your soup maker.

Delish 🤤


Monday 11th of January 2021

Hi there, if I don’t have a soup maker and want it to be just a bit more blended how long would I wait before processing it?

Liana Green

Tuesday 12th of January 2021

Hi Liam - are you using a hand held blender (stick blender) to blend it or transferring all of it to a standalone blender/smoothie maker? The reason I ask is you should wait for the soup to cool down a little before blending it in a standalone blender as it will be too hot (but double check the manufacturer's guidelines). If it's a stick (small handheld blender) just give the cooked mixture a a few quick pulses with the blender, that should be enough to give you an 'in between' consistency between chunky and smooth.

I hope that makes sense - if I've completely misunderstood your question please do let me know!

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