Garden Tomato Vegetable Soup

"I wanted to create a great vegetable soup that I could make at home. I love Panera Bread's 'Garden Vegetable', so I decided to use that as inspiration for my own recipe and it turned out even better!"
 
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Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
13
Serves:
8-11
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ingredients

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directions

  • Combine vegetable stock, tomato puree, and water in a large pot and stir together. leave stove hot enough for mixture to bubble a little.
  • Once tomato mixture has had a chance to heat, add pasta and can of diced tomatoes (along with the juice in the can). add olive oil and garlic salt.
  • Cook frozen corn and carrots in a separate pot; add to mixture when cooked.
  • After all vegetables have been chopped/sliced, add to mixture.
  • Let soup cook on stove for about 15-20 minutes, until all vegetables have softened and absorbed the mixture. enjoy!

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Reviews

  1. Dev3322
    Delicious, nutritious, easy to make, and comforting. What more could you ask from soup? For a slight variation, I use diced fresh carrots instead of frozen, and about 1 cup of barley instead of semolina. I also through in any kind of fresh or frozen vegetables that I have around. Peas and green beans work well. Best served in generous portions, in your favorite mug, with crusty bread, a chunky sweater, and warm slippers.
     
  2. KYWildcatMommy
    I modified this soup to include a few more ingredients found in Panera's recipe and it's fantastic. First, I eliminated the pasta and corn since we were on a diet. I then added a small zucchini, a small yellow squash, about 1-1.5 cups finely chopped Swiss chard, and a can of yellow wax beans--these are all items found in the Panera recipe. There also is cauliflower in their recipe but I didn't have room in the pot! This cooks up deliciously and feeds for days. Hope you like it!!
     
  3. najwa
    Excellent recipe. I just put everything in the pot and cooked it for 30 mins. Thanks!
     
  4. Soprano2007
    This soup is awesome! It's very low in WW points also. I've tried to find the small pasta dots that Panera uses without any luck. One note: couscous does not really work as it disappears in the soup. It would be easy to change up the vegetables used, also. This is a keeper.
     
  5. 854631
    This is the first soup I have ever made and it turned out amazing! It truly tastes better than the Panera soup it was inspired by.
     
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  1. Dev3322
    Delicious, nutritious, easy to make, and comforting. What more could you ask from soup? For a slight variation, I use diced fresh carrots instead of frozen, and about 1 cup of barley instead of semolina. I also through in any kind of fresh or frozen vegetables that I have around. Peas and green beans work well. Best served in generous portions, in your favorite mug, with crusty bread, a chunky sweater, and warm slippers.
     

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