20 Comments

    1. Yes Mary it should be fine in the Instant Pot. Just a bit dangerous when transferring it to the blender or better still if you have got a hand blender use that so then you will not need to lift the hot pot up to blend the soup 🙂

      Kind regards

      Sam

  1. 4 stars
    I made this is in a large ceramic pot (largest I had and it only just fit!) Just chopped everything as advised then put it all in the one pot with the tinned tomatoes and cooked until all tender and used a hand blender.
    It was great! Quite spicy and that was only using the half teaspoon of cayenne pepper and ‘mild’ chilli powder –
    I’d recommend.

    1. Hi R Wildman

      We are really glad you like the recipe and thank you for making it and rating the recipe 🙂

      Kind Regards

      Dominic

  2. I made this in the soup maker but it burned the bottom of the maker and shut off halfway through. I cannot make a soup without this happening :/

    1. Hi Dara

      One of our other readers were using a different soup maker to the one we use and they had the same problem. The problem was solved by adding the liquids first before adding the rest of the ingredients. For example if your making broccoli soup you would add the vegetable stock then the broccoli on the top as this burn issue seems to be some brands need more liquids at the bottom of the soup maker 🙂

      Please let us know if this helps 🙂

  3. Hi, can you explain where the 11g of sugar is sourced as I want to exclude this from the ingredients if possible.
    Thank you.

    1. Hi Kim,

      I do not see why not. We would cook for 4 hours depending on how large you cut the vegetables because you will want them soft so you can then if you want to blend them together to get a smooth soup 🙂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Recipe Rating