Eat your heart out Campbell's. Man this was a good thick and tasty soup. I just followed the recipe and enjoyed!! Thank you Sarah
Quick and easy recipe, and really tasty. I halved the recipe, used diced instead of stewed tomatoes, added 1/2t baking soda to neutralize the acid of the tomatoes, added about 1t of basil, and stirred in 1/4C of reduced-fat milk to make it a little more creamy. Processed it in the blender and it was AMAZING. Thank you so much for sharing!
My DD hates everything. hates tomatoes, hates homemade soup...She just asked, nay begged me to make this soup for her school lunch. My only 2 adjustments was to use fresh tomatos from my garden and to add about 1/4 cup of sweet potato/carrot puree to the soup to sweeten it up a bit and increase the veggie content ( idea from the sneaky chef cookbook)
I've made a few other tomato soups from the web and this one is by far the BEST!!! Not spicy at all (I am sensitive to spicy food). I used olive oil instead and yellow sweet onions. AMAZING recipe!! Thank you for posting it!!
*I added a little splash of lowfat milk to my bowl to cream it up a tad and it was so perfect!!
Oh......MY.....GOODNESS!!!! This was DELICIOUS!!! I was craving tomato soup but was out of the "good boxed soup" so found this recipe and gave it a try! I will NEVER buy tomato soup again!!! I made just as described with the addition of 2 or 3 tablespoons of home dried basil. Thanks so much for posting! It was a HUGE hit with the family!!
Tasty, This is so good, I have made it several times. I add a little more pepper than stated because we like that flavour. And I also add about a quarter cup of cream right at the end just before serving to give it a smoother creamier look and taste. Great served with herb and cheese scones. Thanks so much for posting
Not a bad little soup! I was a little put off by the thickness but everyone else gave it a "Make it again soon Mom" so all is well. I added about two teaspoons of sugar to the finished soup to cut down on the acidity of the tomato. I also had to process the soup in batches as my food processor couldn't handle the whole pot...what a mess..! Next time I will make sure to NOT overfill the processor bowl and turn it on HIGH!!!!
Super easy and delicious. Great for lunch with a sandwich or salad. I had dried onion flakes and dried garlic pieces. Worked great. Added about 2T butter which gave it a richer taste. This one is a keeper.
Great recipe! I used crushed tomatoes and the entire little can of paste; the result was a lovely thick soup but too acidic. Same as another reviewer, a teensy bit of soda, pinch of sugar, and approx. 1 cup milk solved the problem. I also added Mrs. Dash Tomato Basil seasoning and smoked paprika. Simmered for 2 hours (added the milk at the end, actually.) Did puree with the stick blender. Thanks for sharing!
Found this rather bland, but a good soup recipe to add your own tasty touches too. I added some worcestershire, dill, some Mrs. Dash and chopped celery tops. Hubby likes cream added before serving, I take it plain. I used to work at Canadian Living & loved the test kitchens!