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Tomato Soup?

synergy Feb 2, 2014 08:20 AM

Anyone have a killer tomato soup recipe to share? Roasted tomato maybe? Thanks so much in advanced.

  1. chefj Feb 2, 2014 10:39 AM

    Have you checked out any of these?

    1. Ruthie789 Feb 2, 2014 11:36 AM

      Good old fashioned tomato soup cake.

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        Kontxesi Feb 2, 2014 01:41 PM

        My phone won't let me get the links. :-(

        Roasted tomato-and-corn soup on myrecipes.com

        Horseandbuggyproduce.com, click on recipes, then go to tomatoes. There should be a cream of tomato soup recipe there.

        Sorry I can't just post the links! I will get them when I get back on my computer. Anyway, those are my two current favorites. Different flavors for different moods. :-)

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        1. re: Kontxesi
          Kontxesi Feb 3, 2014 03:30 AM




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          sisterfunkhaus Feb 2, 2014 02:16 PM

          I have made roasted tomato soup and didn't taste much of a difference. I find it's best when I can buy summer tomatoes from the local farmer and simmer them with chicken stock and Italian herbs in the crockpot.

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          1. re: sisterfunkhaus
            wincountrygirl Feb 3, 2014 03:45 AM

            In the winter I roast canned tomatos - sometimes add a little brown sugar while they are roasting. They caramelize on the outside and for me make the soup much richer.

          2. Ttrockwood Feb 2, 2014 03:10 PM

            I really like this non-traditional version:

            I make my own version that is super tomatoe-y:
            Sautee together: a good glug of olive oil, a chopped onion, two cloves garlic chopped and half a small can of tomato paste. After onion is transluscent i add a big can of muir glen organic whole tomatoes, chopped sun dried tomatoes, half tomato juice and half v8 original as the liquid. Simmer for about a half hour, then blitzed together with an immersion blender as smooth as you like it. Sometimes i'll add white beans or a big handful of instant oats while simmering so when its blitzed together its a bit thicker.
            The v8 provides salt, i add a bunch of fresh pepper to my own when serving.

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              4X4 Feb 4, 2014 07:27 AM

              I've made this one a couple of times and enjoyed it:


              One thing I do different is blend the entire pot with an immersion blender (instead of blending batches in a blender or food processor.)

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                sandylc Feb 4, 2014 10:45 AM

                Sopa de Fideos

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                  Pwmfan Feb 4, 2014 10:54 AM

                  I really like this one, with or without the basil oil:


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