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Tomato Soup

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Tomato Soup Recipe, Tamatar ka soup , How To Make Tomato Soup Recipe

Tomato soup is one of the tastiest and refreshing soups, juicy and tangy to taste with a nice aroma of ripe tomatoes and basil.

About Recipe

Tametokai charu, Takkali pazham kulambu, Toamaatar rasa

How to make Tomato Soup

(82 ratings)
119 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
20 mins
Tomato Soup
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Tomatoes
Servings : 6 persons
Published date : March 22, 2019


Ingredients used in Tomato Soup
• Food color red - optional pinch.
• Green bell pepper - 1 slice.
• Basil-tulsi - 2 springs.
• Celery - 1 piece.
• Sugar - 1/2 teaspoons.
• Salt - 1 to taste.
• Pepper powder - 1 pinch.
• Onion - 1/2 small.
• Garlic - 4 piece.
• Butter - 2 tablespoons.
• Tomato - 4-5 numbers.
• Cumin seeds - 1 teaspoons.
Method:
  1. Heat butter in pan add cumin seeds add garlic , chopped onions, leeks and celery ,bell pepper and saute for few min.
  2. Add tomatoes and cook till mashed with little water add salt ,sugar and basil, pepper powder put in a blender and make a fine pure and strain add butter in a pan add 1 tsp of flour and cook in very slow flame till it is slightly brown add strained puree and add water check for seasoning.
  3. Add cream if you desire serve hot enjoy cooking with vahrehvah.





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charlene fernandes Posted on Wed Apr 11 2012

hahahaha thats funny

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damnfunny2001 Posted on Tue May 22 2012

the little brown floating things.(dont describe food that way)..yuk...haha

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Super SpaceMarines Posted on Wed Jun 13 2012

what the...?

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eksophia Posted on Thu Jun 14 2012

I am loving this recipe, but I have to comment that my northern MN/WI neighbors would be totally freaked out already by the "little bit of cumin seeds"! :D Maybe even a stretch for me, but I love an adventure!! :)

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rumeldinho Posted on Sun Jun 17 2012

He's actually really healthy for the amount of salt he uses

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DarkSecrets2007 Posted on Tue Jun 26 2012

Just put your dirty shoe all over the oven, that's fine.

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tankt202Ot Posted on Sun Jul 08 2012

No I think he's Australian. Pssh people these days.

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RealVampire2008 Posted on Sun Jul 15 2012

hehe same in 4:16 checkout!

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siva kumar Posted on Mon Sep 03 2012

Dear Chef could you pl.tell me that what is the cream that you are using at last

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Rajit Tharan Posted on Thu Sep 20 2012

VAHCHEF's ROOF GARDEN lol

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helikaon864 Posted on Sun Sep 30 2012

why the hell is it bad? it's really cool!!!

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helikaon864 Posted on Tue Oct 02 2012

thanks so much for the recipe, you da man!

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