Welcome to my soup maker homemade minestrone soup.
I love soups that I can make that will fill quite a few bowls and that feel like I have got value for money out of the ingredients. What I hate about carrot soup, broccoli soup and even cauliflower soup is that is feels like I need a huge amount of vegetables to get four decent sized bowls. That is why I like minestrone and the way I can get six bowls of it together.
If you were asked a hundred people to name a popular family soup the likelihood is that the majority would name minestrone.
You can see why – it is hearty, it is perfect for the kids, it is simple to make and it is a very frugal soup recipe.
I must admit though, that the first time I tried minestrone soup it was out of a packet. It was not homemade like most of us have and it was more like a cup a soup.
But since testing and tweaking recipes I have finally found my dream minestrone soup and this is it……Testing out the delicious Soup Maker Homemade Minestrone Soup recipe from @recipe_this #soupmakerClick To Tweet
Welcome to my soup maker homemade minestrone soup. I love soups that I can make that will fill quite a few bowls and that feel like I have got value for money out of the ingredients.
- Soup Maker
- 6 Large Carrots
- 3 Medium Mushrooms
- 1 Medium Onion
- Handful Brussel Sprouts
- ½ Bag Of Spinach
- 3 Fresh Tomatoes
- 1 Can Tinned Tomatoes
- 1 Can Kidney Beans
- 50 g Frozen Peas
- 2 Tsp Garlic Puree
- 2 Tsp Tomato Puree
- 100 g Pasta ditalini or similar
- 150 ml Water
- 1 Tsp Oregano
- 1 Tsp Rosemary
- Handful Bay Leaves
- Salt & Pepper
Peel the carrots and the onion. Dice the onion, tomato, carrots and the mushrooms and add them to your soup maker.
Add the brussel sprouts, spinach, tinned tomatoes, kidney beans, peas, pasta and seasoning.
Pour the water over and cook for 25 minutes on the chunky soup feature.
You can change the pasta to suit your personal favourite. Even though it is not strictly traditional I do enjoy mine with spaghetti chopped up into chunks.