This Poor Man’s Beefy Tomato Macaroni Instant Pot Soup recipe is a tasty, hearty and satisfying meal that you and your family will absolutely love!
Vegetable Beef Soup is good all year long, but is absolutely perfect when cooler weather hits. Keep this recipe on hand for January, which is National Soup Month.
Instant Pot soup recipes are so easy to whip up. You can have a stockpile of simple, warm and comforting soups. With a minimal amount effort and simple, economical everyday ingredients, soup recipes are ready in no time.
Instant Pot Poor Man’s Beefy Tomato Macaroni Soup is everything my family and I love about soup. They love that is is chock full of hearty ground beef and macaroni.
I love that how easy and inexpensive it is to make. And we all love that it is so delicious and full of flavor.
It is a vegetable beef soup that is comfort food at it’s finest. It is easy to add in more vegetables too. Adding in some white beans, butternut squash, or sweet potatoes would be a nice addition to the hamburger soup.
Why You Will Love Instant Pot Poor Man’s Beefy Tomato Macaroni Soup
This Instant Pot soup is a budget friendly, one bowl meal. Made with just a handful of simple everyday ingredients, this is a thrifty recipe that is easy on your wallet. It is simple to make too.
Just dice tomatoes if you have fresh tomatoes available, saute your ground beef, add in beef broth, noodles, salt and pepper and other seasonings, and get to pressure cooking
Can I Add Frozen Vegetables to Instant Pot Vegetable Beef Soup
Yes. While it is a hearty and complete meal in itself, you can stretch your soup (and your dollars) even further by adding in some inexpensive, healthy frozen vegetables.
I’ve tossed in frozen green beans, peas, and even corn. Perfect for when you need to feed a crowd, or for making sure you have plenty of leftovers for tomorrow’s lunch.
It is SO quick and easy to make. The soup comes together in just a few minutes. It doesn’t take an effort at all to quickly brown the meat and then you simply can walk away while it cooks. Because thanks to the Instant Pot, it really is a set-it-and-forget it recipe!
And since it freezes well, why not whip up an extra batch to stick it in the freezer? It feels so great knowing you’ve got a meal ready to go “just in case”.
You can make this Instant Pot soup your own. The beauty of a basic recipe like Poor Man’s Soup is that it is easy to customize. Feel free to swap out the ground beef for turkey. Shredded chicken also works well. Don’t have macaroni on hand? Use Penne, Rigatoni or your preferred style of pasta.
Instant Pot Supplies You’ll Need
- Instant Pot Inner Pot – I like to have an extra inner pot available because of how much cooking I do in my Instant Pot. It comes in really handy when I want to put a lid on the inner pot and refrigerate the leftovers, or mix up ingredients the night before to save time at the end of the day.
- Silicone Lid for Instant Pot– I’m not sure how I lived without this one. Having a silicone lid for my Instant Pot has made life so much easier. It is perfect for adding ingredients a day or two ahead of time.
- 101 Instant Pot Recipes for Beginners– If you are new to pressure cooking, this is a great ebook to get you started with basic recipes you will use over and over again.
How To Make Instant Pot Poor Man’s Beefy Tomato Macaroni Soup
Place ground beef and onion in the Instant Pot and sauté until beef has completely cooked.
Drain excess grease from beef and onions and then return the beef and onions to the Instant Pot.
Add the remaining ingredients.
Close lid on Instant Pot and turn pressure valve to sealing.
Set for a manual high time of 4 minutes, and perform a quick pressure release at the end of the cooking time.
Dish into bowls, serve and enjoy!
What to Serve With Instant Pot Poor Man’s Beefy Tomato Macaroni Soup
Even though this Poor Man’s Beefy Tomato Macaroni Instant Pot Soup can be served as a stand-alone meal, I think it is that much better when paired with some tasty bread.
And if you’re in the mood for the classic soup and salad combination, I suggest serving with this crisp and delicious Italian Salad with Homemade Italian Dressing.
More Great Instant Pot Soup Recipes
Love making soup in your Instant Pot as much as I do? Then you have got to try these other delectable Instant Pot soup recipes:
Instant Pot Creamy Chicken Leek Soup | Hello delicious! This soup is easy, creamy, and healthy. Loaded with chicken and leeks, and full of flavor, you simply can’t go wrong.
Easy Keto Soup with Sausage, Peppers and Spinach | This soup isn’t specifically made for the pressure cooker, but it is so easy to adapt. Simply saute the sausage and peppers and then add the remaining ingredients and set for a manual high pressure time of 5 minutes. Easy peasy!
Instant Pot Southwest Chicken Soup | Love the flavors of the Southwest? You will LOVE this Southwest Chicken Soup. It is so easy to make and is absolutely delicious.
You can even make this soup with leftover rice. And for those who like to spice things up, toss in some red chili flakes, a dash of your favorite hot sauce, or even a handful of diced peppers if you really like to bring the heat.
- 1 pound ground beef
- 1 large yellow onion
- 2 cups large elbow macaroni noodles
- 2 (28 ounce) cans diced tomatoes
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
- 4 cups beef broth
- 1 teaspoon dried oregano leaves
- 1 teaspoon dried basil
- ¼ cup chopped parsley
- In Instant Pot, saute ground beef and onion until beef has completely cooked.
- Drain excess grease from beef and onions and then return the beef and onions to the pot.
- Add remaining ingredients.
- Close lid on Instant Pot and turn pressure valve to sealing.
- Set for a manual high time of 4 minutes, and perform a quick pressure release at the end of the cooking time.
- Dish into bowls, serve and enjoy!
Additional time includes time to come to pressure and pressure release.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 225 Total Fat: 11g Saturated Fat: 4g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 5g Cholesterol: 50mg Sodium: 548mg Carbohydrates: 13g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 2g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 19g