Soupmaker: Cream of Tomato & Basil Soup Recipe

Pottering with our soupmaker will never go out of fashion.  The kids love Heinz so I thought I’d give a basic tomato soup a try.  I have tried making tomato soup before, but it just didn’t cut it for the boys and I hadn’t bothered to try again.

I made this version with slightly sweeter tomatoes than I did previously, and added a little caster sugar which made the soup more palatable for them.

It came out better than I expected, but I would be tempted to leave out the basil at my next attempt – and make sure I strain it before serving.

The kids complained about the tiny pieces of tomato skin in the soup which I didn’t mind.

Soupmaker: Cream of Tomato and Basil Soup

Serves4 - 6
Prep time5 minutes
Cook time21 minutes
Total time26 minutes
Allergy Milk
Meal type Soup
Misc Serve Hot
By author Lesley S Smith

Ingredients

  • 800g Tomatoes (I used Tesco Finest Sugardrop)
  • 150g Fresh Cream
  • 1 handful Fresh Basil Leaves
  • 1 pinch Salt
  • 1 pinch Pepper
  • 2 tablespoons Caster Sugar
  • Water (Fill to Maximum In Soupmaker or up to 1600-1800g for all ingredients manually in a pot.)

Method

Step 1. tomato and basil soup
Add all the ingredients to the pot.
Step 2.Set on smooth setting for 21 minutes.
Step 3.Pour and serve.

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