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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 (click here to print recipe)
What you need:
1 pound ground beef
1/2 cup onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
6 cups beef broth
1- 26.46 ounce container Pomi Chopped Tomatoes
1- 26.46 ounce container Pomi Strained Tomatoes
3 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 teaspoon dried basil
1 1/2 teaspoons steak seasoning
3 cups cooked elbow macaroni
salt and pepper, as desired
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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This recipe was featured at: Weekend Potluck at The Better Baker
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