Total Time
Prep 2 mins
Cook 5 mins

A tasty hot bisque that is ready in a snap!


  1. Heat tomatoes in a sauce pan.
  2. Add butter, S& P.
  3. Add evaporated milk.
  4. Heat thru but be careful not to boil.
  5. Serve with saltines.


Most Helpful

This was quite good tomato bisque me and my family really thought it a little to chunky for us so I blended it before i good it in a blander so it was more creamy. But over all this is one of my favs =)

Saphiragrrl February 06, 2009

Delicious. I used a can of organic chopped tomatoes, warmed the mixture (without getting it too hot) added some fresh basil, and topped it off with some grated parmesan. I didn't have any problem with the flavors blending as did AmyMCGS. Perhaps it was the tomatoes she used or the long cooking time?

compulsoryjunk November 18, 2008

My mother used to make this soup for our lunch all of the time. I had forgotten how good it is. I think maybe Amy MCGS let it boil after adding the milk, as I've never had a problem with it. Thanks Aroostook for posting this quick, inexpensive and easy soup. It brings back many fond memories.

Denise in da Kitchen March 23, 2006

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