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Soup Maker Tomato and Pasta Soup

If you are familiar with my soup maker recipes you will know that I have plenty of tomato soup recipes for the soup maker!

This recipe can be adapted to use with any of those recipes, because really all we’re doing is adding pasta to any tomato soup recipe, so feel free to adjust accordingly.

What You Need To Make Tomato Soup With Pasta (In A Soup Maker)

As I mentioned you can make any tomato soup and turn it into a more filling meal by adding pasta, so use the following as a guide.

  • Onion and garlic – I used an onion and two cloves garlic
  • Tomatoes – I used two tins of chopped tomatoes. Know that the type of tomatoes that you use will very much determine the taste. Some tins of tomatoes can make the soup quite bland, whereas others are full of flavour (a bit like stock). If you have some fresh tomatoes on the vine they are perfect for soup.
  • Tomato puree – I used 1 tablespoon of puree.
  • Potato – I used 1 smallish potato (around 150g). I used it to thicken up the soup, you can leave it out for a thinner consistency, or, use something else to thicken the soup such as butterbeans, red lentils or simply more tomatoes.
  • Carrot and celery – I used 1 small carrot (around 100g) and 1 stick of celery. These were added for a bit of extra flavour.
  • Vegetable stock – I used 1 vegetable stock pot and then topped up with hot water.
  • Dried mixed herbs – I added 1 tsp of dried mixed herbs.
  • Fresh or dried pasta – I used 150g of dried pasta. It’s best to use a small variety of pasta that cooks more quickly.

Making It

Add all the ingredients to the soup maker apart from the pasta. I gave the ingredients a stir before adding the stock pot and top up with hot water. Set the soup maker off on smooth.

A note about the pasta – depending on the type of pasta, as well as your soup maker, you may want to put the pasta in at the beginning, or, make it seperately while the soup is cooking to stir in at the end.

I have tried it both ways and with the Ninja soup maker I prefer to cook it seperately and stir it in at the end.

And of course, if you want a smooth soup with the pasta added in, you will have to stir it in at the end anyway 😉

add everything to the soup maker jug apart from the pasta

Once the soup maker has finished it’s cycle remove the lid and stir in the cooked pasta.

And now you have a tasty and filling tomato soup with pasta ready to enjoy for lunch or dinner!

I hope you enjoy this tomato and pasta soup, if you are looking for more tomato soup recipes for your soup maker try my tomato and lentil, tomato and basil or curried tomato soup.

Soup Maker Tomato and Pasta Soup

By Liana Green
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Course Soup Maker Recipes
Servings 4
Calories

Ingredients
  

  • 1 onion
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 2 x 400g tin chopped tomatoes
  • 1 tbsp tomato puree
  • 1 potato approx 150g
  • 1 carrot approx 100g
  • 2 sticks celery
  • 1 vegetable stock pot
  • 100 g dry pasta the smaller the better
  • Salt and pepper according to taste

Instructions
 

  • Optionally saute the onion and garlic.
  • Add all the ingredients to the soup maker jug apart from the pasta.
  • Add hot water up to the line.
  • Set the soup maker off on smooth.
  • You can either cook the pasta while the soup maker is working through it’s cycle, or, depending on the model of soup maker you have, add it at the end and heat for a further 5 minutes (or according to packet instructions).
  • Season according to taste.

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Notes

The potato is included to thicken the soup up, you can replace this with a tin of butterbeans or about 100g red lentils. Alternatively you can just add more tomatoes.
If you have a soup maker that is prone to burning on the bottom make sure you have enough water/stock and to give everything a good stir before you set the soup maker off. The acid in the tomatoes can cause some soup makers to burn on the bottom.
Optionally top with grated cheese and/or basil leaves.
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