I don’t usually buy canned condensed tomato soup. I just don’t eat it very often. I craved it all the time with my first pregnancy, but since then I don’t think I’ve eaten it. There are a few recipes I love that call for a can of condensed tomato soup so I will occasionally buy a few cans to have on hand in my pantry. The other day I went to grab a can and discovered I was out and I was already half way done preparing dinner. UGH. I could have scrapped everything for a different meal or left everything and ran to the store and both options didn’t sound that great. So instead I found a substitute for condensed tomato soup that you can make with a few ingredients in your pantry! YES!
This recipe is super easy and you only need a few ingredients. Like I said before, I added mine to a recipe and it worked great! You can also add a cup of milk and make this into the regular tomato soup. I haven’t tried it this way yet, but I think if I did I would add a pinch or two of garlic, onion powder and pepper. You may need a little more salt. Just taste and season as desired.
Condensed tomato soup
- 1 (8 oz) can tomato sauce
- 1 tablespoon cornstarch
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1 teaspoon salt
- Add ingredients to a bowl and whisk to combine.
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