Delicious Tomatoe Soup

Introduction: Delicious Tomatoe Soup

You are just out of ideas and do not know what to make tonight for dinner.

So you go to instructables to look for a great meal and... CONGRATULATIONS! You found a delicious meal for tonight.

Let me show you how to!

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Step 1: Get Your Ingredients Together.

You will need:

  • two carrots
  • two sticks of lettuce
  • one onion
  • two garlic cloves
  • a hand full of basil
  • salt
  • pepper
  • sugar
  • a spoon of creme fraiche
  • some tomatoe paste
  • 200 grams of tomatoes
  • 500 ml of water
  • 150 ml whipped cream
  • 350 ml peeled tomatoes
  • 350 ml smashed tomatoes
  • optionally one or two buillon

Step 2: Cut Your Ingredients.

Cut all of your ingredients as small as possible. Use a normal kitchen knife to do so.

Step 3: Put It All Together and Wait.

Put all your ingredients into a pot in the following order:

  • olive oil
  • onions and garlic
  • all the other fresh vegetables (no specific order)
  • smashed tomatoes
  • peeled tomatoes
  • water
  • tomatoe paste
  • basil
  • salt, pepper, sugar (no specific order)

Then let everything cook at a medium to high temperature for half an hour.

Step 4: Make It Smooth...

Use a mixer to cut all of the vegetables small and make some sort puree.

Start slowly and then increase the intensity to cut the vegetables nicely.

Step 5: Use a Filter

Pour the puree into a filter to then get the final tomatoe soup.

Step 6: Serve and Enjoy!

Pour the soup into a bowl and then add creme fraiche and basil on top of it. Done!

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    4 Discussions


    5 years ago

    My concern is that usually when I make tomato soup, or sauce it ends up bitter. Does it have something to do with the kind of tomatoes that I use? Thank you for the recipe :)


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Try to use the smaller, sweet tomatoes. If that does not work, add a little bit of sugar :)