How to make the perfect tomato soup recipe with this recipe
I’m going to make tomato soup in the new year, but for a couple of weeks, I’m making it on a regular basis.
I love making a tomato soup and think it’s one of the best things you can make for Christmas.
But it can be a little tricky.
For one thing, the sauce isn’t very thick.
You can make it thick enough, but you don’t want to be adding extra broth to the soup.
If you’re going to be making this recipe, you want to make sure the sauce is very thick and thick.
And for the crust, you don,t want to have too much crust on the crust.
So that’s where the tomato soup comes in.
The crust can be made from a mix of tomatoes, basil, and olive oil, but if you’re using the recipe below, you can use just the tomatoes and basil.
Or if you are like me, you may not have tomatoes on hand.
All you need to do is chop the tomatoes, peel them, and grate them.
And then you can either use that basil or the olive oil to make a crust.
You can do both.
The basil is also great for a dip in a tomato sauce.
Just make sure to keep it away from the sauce.
I like to use a little bit of tomato paste to keep the basil from getting too thick, but some people like to add a little more salt to the sauce, so I’ll have to talk about that.
As long as you use a good quality basil, the tomato sauce will taste amazing and you won’t have to worry about how thick you make it.
Here’s what you need for a tomato soupe:1 cup chopped tomatoes 1 tablespoon olive oil2 cloves garlic, minced1 cup basil, chopped1/4 cup olive oil1 teaspoon black pepper, ground or to taste 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese1 teaspoon freshly grated fresh ginger or orange zest or juice1/8 teaspoon dried oregano1 teaspoon dried thyme, minced or ground1/16 teaspoon dried rosemary, minced (optional)1/3 cup diced white onion (optional, if you don´t have onion)Directions: Chop tomatoes, cut them into large cubes, and add the garlic and basil to a large saucepan.
Bring to a boil over high heat.
Once the sauce reaches a boil, reduce heat to low and simmer until the tomatoes are tender, about 20-25 minutes.
(It will thicken a bit as it simmers.)
(If you’re making a recipe using canned tomatoes, make sure you boil them in cold water first.)
Once tomatoes are soft, remove from heat.
(You want them to be very tender.)
While the tomatoes simmer, combine the olive and garlic in a small bowl.
Then, add the basil and olive.
Drain the tomatoes.
Cut the tomatoes into medium-sized pieces, and discard the stems.
Chop the basil into medium pieces, along with any other vegetables you want in the soup and season with salt.
Combine the tomato mixture, basil and olives in a large bowl.
Add the olive-and-garlic-garlicky sauce to the tomatoes mixture.
Add the onion and rosemary.
Add the fresh oreganos and thyme.
Mix everything together.
Taste and adjust seasoning if needed.
Serve the soup immediately.
Makes 4 servings.