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Tomato Soup Recipe Easy

Tomato Soup Recipe

Tomato Soup Recipe Easy

Tomato Soup Recipe is an easy weeknight meal and, a staple of healthy diets everywhere. The versatility of Tomato Soup makes it a very popular meal to prepare at home. I’m guessing you’ve had it at least once, if not several times. So, if you haven’t had Tomato Soup Recipe at home, I implore you to give it a try.

The easiest Tomato Soup Recipe is made with canned soup and fresh tomatoes. Roasted tomatoes with canned soup, you could always go the easy route and simply pour canned soup over the tomatoes and gently simmer them for 15 minutes or so until they become soft.

Or, you could go the “lazy” route, and simply heat the soup directly from a fresh can. Either way, the result is that the soup is lighter and much more nutritious than if you use soup powder to thin it out.

To make a cream cheese infused Tomato Soup Recipe, simply combine one can of soup with one cup of skim milk, one tablespoon of cream cheese, and two tablespoons of freshly chopped dill. Stir to combine. Bring to a gentle boil then allow it to simmer for approximately fifteen minutes.

Another version of this recipe uses olive oil as a cooking medium. Using four large tomatoes and two heirloom tomatoes, cook down the tomatoes and olive oil in an oven set at 350 degrees until the tomatoes begin to soften. Then, remove them from the oven, allowing them to sit for about five minutes to allow the tomatoes to begin to steam. Use a strainer to strain the liquid and add it to the prepared soup.

For those who are low on the spice, a simpler Tomato Soup Recipe can be made by substituting vegetable stock (also known as “stock”) with canola or olive oil. To do so, simply substitute vegetable stock (also known as “stock”) with canola or olive oil. Add four cups of the stock to the soup and bring to a gentle boil.

Reduce the heat and simmer for approximately ten minutes. Then, remove the pot from the heat and allow the soup to cool slightly. Place the cooled stock in a sealed container and store in the refrigerator until ready to serve.

For those who want to use garlic in their Tomato Soup Recipe, there are two options. The first option is to buy whole cloves of garlic and pulse them into a fine paste with a food processor. Once this is done, remove the clove of garlic from its shell and place it into the can of soup.

Alternatively, instead of using whole cloves, many people choose to use a whole eggplant or a package of whole tomatoes instead, pulsing the garlic with those items until the garlic becomes a fine paste.

Adding fresh basil to the boiling water during the cooking process gives an added flavor to the Tomato Soup Recipe and helps to thin out the cream. One way to thicken the broth is to add 2 tablespoons of butter to the pot of broth when it begins to simmer.

However, if you decide to add butter, remember that it should be unsalted butter. Butter has a tendency to curdle milk. If it appears milky, reduce the amount of butter in your recipe.

Tomato Soup Recipes is a great way to use creative juices and combine ingredients that you may already have on hand in your kitchen. It is a quick and easy way to prepare a weeknight meal and can be served cold if the day before it is due to be served.

Tomato soup is a favorite of many and can be served either hot or cold. Tomato soup recipes can be adjusted to use many ingredients including canned tomatoes, fresh vegetables, ham, cheese, bacon, and other items.

You can even cook the recipe with different types of spices to bring out the flavor of the ingredients that you have used. The possibilities are endless when it comes to using ingredients to create a weeknight meal.

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