Pasta & Bean Soup


1 clove of garlic (I used a large one. If you like garlic I'd recommend it)
1-2 sprigs of rosemary (leaves only)
30g pancetta (I didn't use)
40g extra virgin olive oil
2 cans of borlotti beans (1 can = 400g gross weight) or 450g boiled beans
100g tomato puree
1000g water
1 tbsp Thermomix vegetable or meat stock concentrate
200g Ditaloni
Black Pepper
Salt (if needed)

Grated parmesan
Extra virgin olive oil


  • Put garlic, pancetta and rosemary in TM Bowl. Chop for 5 seconds on Speed 7. Repeat it if needed.

  • Clean down the sides of TM Bowl, add oil and saute for 3 minutes at 100ºC on Speed 1.

  • Drain the beans (I also washed them). Net weight for 1 can beans will come around 220-240g
  • Add 1 can of drained beans and tomato puree. Mix for 5 seconds on Speed 5.

  • Clean down the sides of TM Bowl with spatula, add water and TM stock concentrate. Cook for 20 minutes at 100ºC on Speed 1
  • Add pasta. Adjust salt and pepper. Cook at 100ºC on Reverse / Speed 1 for the cooking time indicated on the pasta packet. When there are 5 minutes left, add the 2nd can of drained beans and continue to cook.
  • Let it rest in TM Bowl for 5 minutes before you serve into the bowls
  • If you like, you can dress with a little olive oil and sprinkle with grated parmesan

Buon Appetito

It's adapted with a few changes  from Pasta e Fagioli recipe in Io e il mio Bimby

2 yorum:

  1. All your recipes are lovely and thanks for all! yesterday evening I've done the steamed fish rolls and it was really delicious. Today I've done the Danubio bread (one with salt and one with sugar, marmelade and chocolate)
    Sorry for my bad english !

  2. Dear Maiwenn,

    Thanks a lot for your precious comments! I am very happy to hear you enjoyed them! I always try the recipes myself before I publish them. I post only the ones I get satisfied with. I surely can't claim they are all wonderful because at the end it always depends on one's palate and they are showing mostly mine and my husband's preferences:)

    By the way, your english is not bad at all! I am not a native english speaker as well ;)