Hot Eats and Cool Reads: Beefy Tomato Macaroni Soup Recipe with a Review for Pomi Tomatoes!

Nov 11, 2013

Beefy Tomato Macaroni Soup Recipe with a Review for Pomi Tomatoes!

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Both my daughter and I are huge fans of tomatoes! 

We love them fresh and canned, basically any way we can eat them! 

I was recently contacted by Pomi Tomatoes and was offered some samples of their products to try. 

Their tomatoes are packaged in stay fresh, BPA free cartons and are 100% natural! No additives or preservatives... just straight up tomatoes! I couldn't wait to try them and knew they would be a great product for our family!

The Pomi Chopped Tomatoes are like diced tomatoes in other brands and the Strained Tomatoes were more like a thick tomato sauce!



I always love tomatoes and soup, so I decided to throw together some of this Beefy Tomato Macaroni Soup! 

This soup has a unique flavor and tastes so fresh from using the Pomi tomatoes! 

It is a thicker soup... almost a "stoup" as Rachael Ray always said on 30 minute meals. My daughter and I loved it. It is just so hearty and filling. Perfect for warming you up on a cold winter day. 

Pomi Tomatoes are definitely a product we will be using again. 

You can tell there is a huge difference in flavor compared to canned tomatoes and I just love the great benefits that they offer! 

They are a perfect addition to a clean eating diet if you're not able to use fresh tomatoes. You can see all of the Pomi Tomato benefits here!

Beefy Tomato Macaroni Soup

by Sheena
Ingredients
Instructions
In a large sauce pan or soup pot, brown ground beef, onion and garlic until ground beef is no longer pink. Season with salt and pepper while browning.

Add broth, chopped and strained tomatoes, Worcestershire, brown sugar, basil and steak seasoning. Bring to slight boil over medium high heat, stirring occasionally. Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes. Add cooked macaroni and heat through and serve!
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40 comments:

  1. We love tomatoes too, Sheena! This looks like my kinda soup and something the whole family would love! Pinned ;)

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  2. This looks very good! Can you tell me is the measurement for the pasta at three cups dry or three cups once cooked? Thanks!

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    1. Hi Rena! You'll want 3 cups of pasta after it's been cooked! :)

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  3. I mean I know it says cooked, but i didn't know if that was directly relating to the measurement or whether you were saying add it cooked, don't let it cook in the soup liquid. :)

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  4. My kids are gonna love this soup. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. This looks super yummy! Thanks for your visit. If you drop back by feel free to share at my party anytime. It's still open for entries btw. Can't wait to check out more of your recipes. Always looking for easy & good recipes. Theresa @DearCreatives

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  6. I just made this soup. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!!!!! I did make one change. I cooked the noodles in the soup which made it more of a stew. Yummy!!!

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    1. I'm so glad you liked it! Thanks so much for the feedback and for stopping by!! :)

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    2. I wondered if you could do that. I've made a few recipes where you just throw uncooked pasta in. Saves time๐Ÿ˜Š

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  7. mmm . . . I would totally eat this :)

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  8. Now this is my kind of a meal ~ ground beef/macaroni/tomatoes/seasonings all rolled up into a soup. Yours looks delicious and I can hardly wait to try it. Thanks for your recipe. Would you be willing to share this recipe post at our Making Monday link party? We would love it and think our readers will, too. Thanks. Have a fantastic day. http://www.abrightandbeautifullife.com/making-monday-14/

    Lori @ A Bright and Beautiful Life
    www.abrightandbeautifullife.com

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by and for the invite, Lori!

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  9. Oh Sheena - this dish certainly looks like comfort food! My hubby would love it. I've never seen this brand of tomatoes before, but I'll be on the lookout. Thanks soo much for sharing at Weekend Potluck. You're always making me drool. =)

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    1. You're so welcome, Marsha! This is such a great comfort food!

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  10. Sheena...this looks sooooo good! I love soup so much, I eat it all year round! But especially in the fall, I love to make a pot of soup on Sunday that will last much of the week. This has been added to my pinterest must make list! : )

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  11. what kind of steak seasoning is used?

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    1. I purchased the steak seasoning I used from Aldi, but any brand would work! Thanks for stopping by!

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  12. Thank you Sheena. Gonna make this tonight. Sounds yummy and warm....

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  13. I made this the other day. It was super easy and very yummy!! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. I'm so glad you liked it Eileen!! Thanks so much for letting me know! :)

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  14. I have made this soup several times for my family and guests also. Everyone just raves about it. It's the best for a snowy windy day. Easy to make too.

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    1. I'm so glad you and your family like it, Elizabeth! Thanks so much for letting me know! :)

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  15. Just made this soup. ..and is it ever delicious!!! It's a THUMBS UP in my home!!๐Ÿ‘

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  16. This recipe really sounds delicious! It reminds me of a recipe that my Mom used to make.

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  17. I literally just put all ingredients (browned the meat first) into my crock pot for tonight's dinner...Can't wait to try it..

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  18. Made this last night for dinner, but added some mixed veggies. It was so, so tasty, even better leftover tonight. Those Pomi tomatoes are delicious and I will definitely use those in things from now on. Was very glad to find them at a local store.

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  19. This looks very much like something my mother used to make. I instantly felt the cozy comfort of home when I looked at the photos. What seasoning could I use to replace the steak seasonings. I have a large collection of herbs and spices, so I never really but pre-mixed seasonings.

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  20. Sheena......Looks yummy! Can you tell me how many servings this makes? I'm bringing it for a "soup potluck" and need to serve a certain number of people. Thanks!

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  22. Sounds so good. Pinned, shared & can't wait to try.

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    1. I have not tried freezing it, but it's definitely worth a try! My only concern is that the pasta may be mushy when defrosting, but I can't say for sure. Thanks!

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  24. I have been using Pomi tomatoes for years! I make sausage & peppers & potatoes with them, I use them for my spaghetti sauce --- everythin you need tomato sauce for. You can add your own spices and can do anything with them; the fresh taste is amazing! I cannot wait to try this soup : ! It kind of looks like something my grandmother made and I might just add a can of sweet corn (drained)to it. OK... gotta go.. making it right now! :)

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