carrot tomato soup recipe, how to make carrot tomato soup recipe

carrot tomato soup

carrot tomato soup recipe – this is one of the most simplest and easy soup recipe to make.

the soup has the sweetness of the carrots & onions, along with the slight tanginess of the tomatoes. garlic in the soup gives a slight sharpness with the earthy flavors of cumin.

its a smooth textured soup like tomato soup and has a similar consistency. excellent for all seasons and for everybody- adults and kids alike.

this is my mil’s soup recipe which is favored by all of us. instead of butter i have used olive oil in the soup. i have kept the soup ingredients such that it can be made by everybody, hence not added one indian ingredient – asafoetida aka hing. however, if you have asafoetida/hing, you can add it to the soup.

the recipe below mentions the soup, the way my mil makes it. i just made the soup minus butter, asafoetida, spinach and french beans. so these ingredients are optional and if you want you can add them.

adding black pepper is my own variation to this soup. if making for kids, then skip adding black pepper. you can also add some sugar to make the soup slightly sweet.

carrot tomato soup recipe

if you are looking for more soup recipes then do check cream of mushroom soupsweet corn soup, roasted tomato soup, veg thai tofu soup, mix vegetable soup and creamy bottle gourd soup.

carrot tomato soup recipe below:

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carrot tomato soup recipe
carrot tomato soup - healthy and easy soup made with carrots and tomatoes.
RECIPE TYPE: starter
CUISINE: world
INGREDIENTS (measuring cup used, 1 cup = 250 ml)
  • 2 medium sized carrots
  • 2 medium sized tomatoes
  • 1 medium sized onion
  • 2-3 large spinach leaves/palak (optional)
  • 5-6 french beans (optional)
  • 3-4 garlic/lahsun, chopped
  • ½ tsp cumin powder/jeera
  • a pinch of asafoetida/hing (optional)
  • 2 to 3 pinches of black pepper powder (optional)
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 or 1.5 tbsp butter or olive oil
  • black salt or rock salt as required
  1. rinse the veggies first. peel the carrots and onion. chop all the veggies.
  2. in a pressure cooker add the veggies, chopped garlic and water.
  3. stir and pressure cook for 2-3 whistles till the vegetables are cooked well.
  4. alternatively, the veggies can also be cooked in a pot.
  5. cover the pot and let the veggies get steamed.
  6. no need to drain the boiled veggies.
  7. once the vegetables become warm, with a hand blender or in a blender, blend the veggies till smooth.
  8. i blended in the pressure cooker itself with a hand blender.
  9. heat olive oil in a small frying pan. add the cumin powder and salt.
  10. stir for a few seconds and add this mixture to the vegetable puree.
  11. stir and simmer the soup for 2-3 minutes.
  12. if the mixture is thick, you can add some water and if its thin, then you can cook for a few minutes more.
  13. serve carrot tomato soup hot garnished with cilantro or parsley leaves.
  14. you can also garnish the soup with some grated paneer or cheese.

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  1. Archana says

    Have been following ur blog for quite sometime…ur recipes are simply amazing….wanted to know if I can use butter instead of olive oil in this recipe…TIA

  2. deepna says

    Was looking for a recipe for carrot soup for my 4year old son. Found this one. It is great and the best part is I have all the ingredients,and so I can cook it right away :-)

  3. Vrushali says

    Your recipes are really yummy n extremely well explained. My 2yr old daughter has become a fan of soups thanks to you…

  4. Dhanya says

    Yummy and healthy recipe. Tried hing in soups for the first time. I have heard naturopathy version of this soup with coconut milk (might be instead of cream or cheese), but haven´t tried. Anyways, your recipe without any cream or cheese is wonderful!!

  5. meenakshi S says

    Was searching the recieps for healthy soup and found this one.. Simple to make and luks deliciuos.. I m gonna try it..

    • says

      katie, the substitute for asafoetida is onion-garlic but i don’t know how they will contribute to the overall taste in this soup. so i suggest skip adding asafoetida.

  6. Renuka says

    Hi Dassana,

    tried this soup yesterday… came out very well…..
    earlier in some party i had this soup and wanted to know the receipe..but i cud not….i never knew it is so easy…..
    Dassana…u know…my cholestrol has increased beyond limit… i wud be needing more of your less oil and non fried dishes….please make a section for that …and add plenty of dishes in it ….so that my kind of persons are not bored of eating gourds and other less interesting dishes ……….i am sure u will give us lot of interesting, heathy and new options…