This came from a cookbook called Riverside Cup of Tea. The recipes were prepared at a lovely restaurant which has since changed owners. My daughter worked as a waitress and my son worked in the kitchen at the restaurant under a very special lady who owned the restaurant and who taught her employees much about working in a restaurant with Christian values. We enjoy serving this at dinner parties as an appetizer and it is always enjoyed by all.
- Cut up tomatoes from can.
- Heat all ingredients slowly so half and half will not curdle.
- Lastly put in potato flakes to thicken.