Monday, November 17, 2014

4 Fabulous Ethnic Tomato Soup Recipes


bowl of thai coconut tomato soup

We love tomato soup,  and I make 4 different absolutely delicious ethnic recipes.
Each of the four recipes in this post is easy to make and all are very comforting especially in  cold damp weather.

Because it's cold and rainy today, I am going to make an Indian Spiced Tomato Lentil soup for dinner tonight to help warm up our bodies and souls.

This recipe is rich in protein, immune building antioxidants for cold and flu season, and absolutely satisfying,  and delicious. It's a great starter for any meal or it can be a meal in itself with a nice salad. I love the Indian spices!

                     Indian Spiced Tomato Lentil Soup

tomato lentil soup with Indian spices


Sometimes I just like an old fashioned tomato soup , the kind you ate with a grilled cheese sandwich or Ritz crackers when you were a kid~It's comforting and mild. I don't eat grain anymore, but the soup is still a perfect part of a healthy lunch or a part of light dinner.


                                       Old Fashioned Tomato 

old fashioned tomato soup

This next recipe has more of a Thai taste. It's blended with coconut milk and has contains fresh garlic and ginger! There is something about coconut milk and spices that are fabulous!


                              Thai Tomato Coconut Soup 


There is nothing like an Italian style lentil soup topped off with some freshly ground cracked pepper and freshly grated Parmesan cheese . The soup is vegan.


                           Italian Tangy Tomato Lentil 


tomato lentil soup
                           Italian Tangy Tomato Lentil 
So there you have it. I've shared four different ethnic recipes for tomato soup! I hope you find one that you enjoy! All my recipes meet vegetarian, gluten free, and real food standards! All of the soups I shared today are Vegan. 

My Notes: Back in August when I was literally over run with cherry tomatoes from my garden and from my CSA, I did something that I never did before. I cooked the cherry tomatoes with some red peppers , fresh basil and red onion and froze small batches of the cooked tomato mixture in mason jars. Who knew you could cook and freeze cherry tomatoes? Also, a friend told me I could have just washed and cleaned the tomatoes and froze them without cooking them to use in future soups- I now am using the cooked tomato as a base for my tomato soups! Of course you could use canned tomatoes and the soup recipes will still come out really good.
freshly picked bowl of cherry tomatoes with stems

wild cherry tomato plants


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5 comments:

  1. I think my favorite is the tomato lentil. The thai coconut recipe really intrigues me though. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.

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  2. I love tomato soup. Love the varieties! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  3. Great recipes. I think I like the Thai Coconut Milk Tomato Soup recipe best. Thanks for sharing on Real Food Fridays. Have a healthy happy Thanksgiving.

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  4. G'day All look great! Wish I could try! All blog comments appreciated and sharing is caring today!
    Cheers! Joanne @ What's On The List #SayGdayParty pinned

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  5. Love all these wonderful, flavourful versions of tomato soup. It's one of my favourite comfort foods! Thank you for sharing this post with us at the Hearth and Soul hop. Pinned and will tweet :-)

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