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Easy Roast Tomato Soup for everything that ignites your passions

Life is all about passions and apart from food my few other passions are Reading, travelling and gardening.  
My school had a huge library in school and I was blessed with friends who hated to read. So every week in the library period I would choose the books I wanted to read and give the list to my friends so they would borrow the books for me. I would then go home laden with my weekly dose of Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys and Enid Blyton. I would spend hours holed up in a corner reading oblivious of everything and everyone around me. 
We also had a huge garden in the house we grew up in and both my father and grandfather enjoyed Gardening. We had all sorts of trees an plants in our backyard and it was lovely growing up surrounded by nature all around you. And since then I have always attempted to have a small garden or atleast have potted plants of herbs and flowers wherever I have lived. The whole act of dirtying your hands in the cold mud is very soothing somehow.
Living in a rented house in Perth it has been a challenge to have a green balcony with so many restrictions and regular inspections by the landlord. I have however managed to plant a few plants and was rewarded with some gorgeous red juicy Tomatoes today morning. These were my first home grown Tomatoes and I did not want to spoil their beauty by cooking them in some gravy dish. And what can do justice to them then a soup which is dominated by Tomato. 
This Tomato soup is gorgeous and needs less than 5 ingredients which is great because the only dominating flavor is that of the Tomatoes. The soup is lovely and fresh and very warm for the evenings with a nip in the air. This is a Donna Hay recipe https://www.donnahay.com.auand is perfect.
Recipe (Cooking time 1 hour out of which 40 minutes is to roast the Tomatoes, serves 2 large bowlfuls)
6 Ripe Juicy medium sized Tomatoes
5 – 6 Garlic cloves
1 1/2 cup Chicken Stock

Salt and Pepper to taste

1 tsp Olive oil

1 1/2 tsp Sugar

Some fresh Mint sprigs to garnish (optional)
Place the Tomatoes in a baking tray lined with Baking paper. Sprinkle the olive oil, Salt and Pepper and roast in an oven for 20 minutes. Now add the garlic and roast for the next 20 minutes of till both the Garlic and Tomatoes have become soft.


Let them cool before you grind them into a puree.


Keep the puree aside till you prepare the stock.


Heat the Chicken stock in a big pan. Once it boils add the the Tomato Puree, Salt and Pepper to taste and let it boil once before turning the heat off. Serve with fresh Bread and garnish with some Mint. It is a delicious and hot soup perfect for a wintery evening when you want it to warm up your heart.



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16 Comments

shooting star

what a coincidence..i have posted on roasted tomato soup too…but my recipe is from our own renowned Indian Chef Davindar Kumar..and i used vegetable stock

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Simran

This is one of the easiest tomato soup recipes I have come across! Sounds heavenly. Will try asap :)

Swati Raman Garg

i came looknig in for a photo memory … but iam such a fan of annny tomato soup, will try this..

Just a girl from aamchi Mumbai

Hey yes I just checked your blog too. Funny eh :)

Just a girl from aamchi Mumbai

Simran Donna Hay is my fav chef as her food is fast and easy and hence I made this Soup. Glad you liked it.

Just a girl from aamchi Mumbai

Swati this is so easy to make. Try it and tell me.

Ansh| spiceroots

Roasted tomatoes make a smoky flavor dense soup. Looks beautiful.

AJ

This looks easy-peasy and awesome at the same time…jaldi try karna padega!

Swathika

I am seriously going to try this. Looks yummy and healthy. We have been doing a lot of soups for dinner lately and this is something I will add to the menu. Coming back here again :)

Just a girl from aamchi mumbai

Yeah Anshie it had a gorgeous smoky flavor to it and was hot in a nice way. Loved making it.

Just a girl from aamchi mumbai

Aparna it is easy peasy :) Try ity

Just a girl from aamchi mumbai

Thank you for visiting Swathika and taking the time to write a comment. I love soups myself. Try the Pea and Mint soup on my blog. It is ridiculously tasty and I loved it.

Kitchen Queen

Lovely space n siup too. Do visit mine too.

Just agirl fromaamchi mumbai

Thanks for visiting :)

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