TOMATO SOUP

Easy and quick Tomato Soup recipe with all tips , step wise pictures and video recipe

Sharing here , my very easy and quick My Style tomato soup recipe . NO CORN FLOUR , NO CREAM yet so tasty , perfectly thick and full of nutrition. One can make with very few and easily available ingredients . Serve this silk smooth , creamy and rich with flavours soup with bread toast. It’s totally bliss.

Generally tomato soup serve with toasted bread or croutons. If you are planning to include in meal then , soup can also be served with Aloo Paratha , Pulao , salads, grilled veggies, spring rolls or Chilli Cheese toast etc etc.

Cold and rainy days definately calls for some appetizing warm meal . What can be better than a quick and very delicious Tomato Soup.No fancy ingredients are required to prepare this soup.

I am sharing this easy and very delicious Tomato Soup as my entry to Healthy Wellthy Cuisines , a bloggers FB group , under the theme of #soupywinteratHW . This time theme was suggested by a dear friend and wonderful blogger Swati Malik. Who blogs at FOOD-TRAILS .. Do checkout her blog for wonderful dishes..

You can checkout the links for some very delicious soups from blogger friends ..

Coming back to recipe , to make perfect Tomato Soup , some points need to be taken care..

Some useful Tips :

  • Use ripe tomatoes. Unripe tomatoes are very sour and won’t give nice taste in soup.
  • Potato gives lovely thick texture to soup. Friends , who don’t use potatoes can use some chopped bottle gourd too, purpose will be surely solved.
  • Fresh Basil leaves also can be added. I added dried one , as it was available .
  • Pepper, red chilli flakes, or cinnamon can spiceup and flavour the soup.
  • One can also add 1 or 2 Green chillies to bring some more spicy flavour in soup.

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INGREDIENTS :

  • 750 gm Tomatoes, roughly chopped
  • 1 Beetroot, chopped
  • 2 medium sized Carrots , chopped
  • 2 small Onions, chopped
  • 1 small potato, chopped
  • 3 to 4 Garlic cloves , chopped
  • Some chopped Ginger
  • Salt
  • 1 tsp Sugar
  • 1 tsp dried Basil
  • 1 tbsp Black pepper powder
  • 4 to 5 tbsp Butter
  • 1 Bay leaf

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METHOD :

Heat Butter in a pan or directly in a pressure cooker. Add bay leaf.

Add garlic , ginger and onion. Saute for a minute or two . Then , add carrot, beetroot, potatoes . Keep stirring on medium flame. Now add chopped tomatoes , salt and dried basil. (Add fresh basil leaves if available.

Keep stirring and cook for 3 to 4 minutes. Later , add 500 to 700 ml water. Cover and cook till it starts boiling. Now transfer to pressure cooker.

Close the lid and cook for 4 whistles on medium flame. Switch off the flame . Let the pressure cooker cools down naturally.

Blend all vegetables smoothly.

Place sieve on same pan. Transfer the blended mixture in it. Filter and discard the leftover .

Again keep this mixture to boil. Add salt, sugar, black pepper powder . Cook for more 3 to 4 minutes.

One can add fresh cream or chopped coriander to garnish. Soup is ready to serve.

Hope you will like this recipe. I would love to listen from you all..

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10 thoughts on “TOMATO SOUP

  1. namscorner18

    Tomato soup is one of the favorite and I make it so often. Your soup looks so creamy without using any corn flour and cream. will try adding potato next time. Feel to grab the bowl.

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  2. FoodTrails

    This is such a hearty and nutritious soup with the goodness of carrots, beets and potatoes.. looking at your pics I craving a bowl so badly with that grilled bread !!

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