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Very good. I used veggie stock and ground peeled tomatoes instead of stewed. I also added:
2 teaspoons dried basil
2 teaspoons dried oregano
1 tablespoon sugar (add to taste, after soup has been pureed)
Wouldn't change a thing and it definitely needed the sugar.
Its good- not the best I have ever had- but its good. Its a good base for adding extras. I would use grease for the onion and garlic next time and bacon bits on top. I am a fan of anything with bacon though :) It would make a good bisque base too. Overall- glad I found it.
This was easy to put together and tasted pretty good. There were too many onions relative to the amount of tomatoes. I used a stick blender and got it nearly completely pureed.
This was great! We have a couple of kids who don't like soup and they inhaled this! I made a triple batch and used 1 can of stewed tomatoes and 4# of a variety of fresh, plus added about a cup of half & half (we were out of cream), just to make it a little creamier. By far one of the best tomato soups I've had and a great starter to add other good things to. Definitely will make this again.
Not bad for a cold day. I'll make it again.
I thought it was good, but unexpectedly spicy. Maybe too much onion? I wanted to make it for my 4.5 and 2.5 year olds, but they wouldn't touch it. I'll look for another recipe.
Fantastic! My DH made this when I wasn't feeling well... it really hit the spot. 4-year-old DD loves tomato soup and, in her words, it was "great!" Thanks!
We loved this. I doubled the recipe. I used italian style diced tomatoes instead of stewed and I added some italian seasoning and salt. It came out a little chunky, which is how we like our tomato soup, but I think next time I will use one can of crushed and one of diced tomatoes. This is more economical than buying the canned soup and tastes alot better. Thanks!