Really superb- tasty, healthy, fast! I made a double-batch today to go with my lunches this week. Ready in less than 30 minutes- I can't wait to make this all fall/winter long-what a great, filling addition to my diet! I made one change out of necessity, I found I had 1/2 of a large can of garlic/onion spaghetti sauce leftover from an earlier meal, so I threw that in the pot instead of the diced tomatoes. Really glad I did, added a nice, rich color and a well-seasoned taste. I'll do that next time as! Thanks Anissa!
This was a really wonderful soup. My husband loved it and he is a very picky eater!
I really liked this and so did my daughter. Throw it all in a pot and cook it - so easy. I actually added the potatoes in later so they wouldn't get too mushy. I did have to add salt.
This was an amazing, simple soup. Even my carnivore husband enjoyed it! I am a vegetarian & am grateful for recipes that we both enjoy. I didn't use the potato: used carrots, peas & corn. I used low sodium veggie broth & while I love broth--I'll reduce it down to 3 cups next time. After adding the tomatoes (used Italian seas), there was plenty of liquid. I used whole wheat elbows & really bumped off the seasonings: oregano, garlic, basic, Mrs Dash garlic/herb. I simmered an additional 10-12 min after adding the tomatoes/pasta to meld flavors. Thanks for sharing such an amazing recipe :-)
This is delicious, nice flavour and very easy and quick to make. The only modification was replacing the peas with fresh green beans. Loved it!
Excellent soup, easy after work, easily adapts to what you have on hand. I serve it with italian meatballs and garlic bread. This never lasts around here!! Thanks for posting.
This soup is as delightful to eat as it is simple to make! This takes about as much effort as it does to heat up a crappy canned soup, yet it has all the goodness and flavor of a homemade soup! This is probably the first time I've ever made a soup without having to saute anything first.