roasted tomato soup recipe, how to make roasted tomato soup recipe

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roasted tomato soup recipe - tomato soup is an all time favourite of mine. in this soup recipe, tomatoes are roasted. there is another restaurant style tomato soup recipe in the blog where the tomatoes are not roasted but blanched.

soups and saladstwo of a kind that are very rare on my blog… reason being nobody in the home is a soup or salad person except me. so i usually make soups or salads for myself :-)

roasted tomatoes and soup

for the first time i made roasted tomato soup and it was awesome… roasting the tomatoes lend a warm, earthy flavor to the tomatoes which you won’t get in the regular tomato soup.

roasted-tomatoes-and-garlic

the tomatoes are sliced and then roasted in the oven with some garlic and olive oil….

along with the roasted tomatoes, the juices of the tomatoes and garlic with the olive oil is then pureed ….

roasted tomatoes

add a dash of pepper and salt and the soup is ready….. easy and no cooking etc involved.

roasted tomato soup

a simple & easy tomato soup that can be had with some warm bread or baguette. if you don’t like garlic, then just make the soup without garlic. the roasted tomato soup recipe is adapted from ehow.

if you are looking for more soup recipes then do check sweet corn soup, palak soup, spring onion soup, bottle gourd soup and carrot tomato soup.

roasted tomato soup recipe below:

roasted tomato soup
 
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Serves: 2 soup bowls
Ingredients (american measuring cup used, 1 cup = 250 ml)
  • 5-6 large ripe and red tomatoes
  • 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tsp freshly crushed black pepper
  • 4-5 cloves garlic, chopped
  • ¼ to ½ cup warm water
  • salt & sugar as required
Instructions
  1. rinse the tomatoes in water.
  2. now slice the tomatoes and place them in a baking tray.
  3. add chopped garlic also in the tray.
  4. drizzle the olive oil on the tomatoes.
  5. roast in a preheated oven at 180 degrees C for 25-30 minutes or till the tomatoes have shrunk in size & get browned.
  6. now let the roasted tomatoes become warm.
  7. in a blender, add the tomatoes, garlic and all the juices from the tray.
  8. add some crushed black pepper, salt and sugar to the blender.
  9. add warm water and blend to a smooth puree.
  10. remove in a bowl.
  11. garnish the soup with mint or cilantro or cheese or cream.
  12. serve roasted tomato soup warm or cold.
Notes
the addition of warm water is optional. if the tomatoes are juicy, then you don't need to add any warm water.

again adding sugar depend on the sweetness of tomatoes. if the tomatoes are sweet, then you don't need to add any sugar.

the recipe can be doubled or tripled.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 2


Comments

  1. says

    This sounds delicious. Like the addition of garlic and pepper. The process seems simpler too and you would not have the juice/pulp splashing all over as it simmers which is a huge plus point.

  2. hemlata says

    mmmmmm….mouth watering picture.I often roast the garden tomato for the pasta sauce ,fish curry, chutney (I roast onion and green chilly on the side for chutney) but now after i saw your picture i must make this simple healthy soup. THANKS DASSANA .

  3. lakshmi balasubramanian says

    I also like tomato soup. This is the easy receipe and will prepared yesturday night. My son like this very much. Thanks a lot Dassana.

  4. Eha says

    A couple of decades back I would have laughed had any of my friends called me a ‘soup or salad’ person! Sheesh: one grows up :) ! Lovely simple soup with that extra touch! Can’t wait for the tomatoes to get cheaper or mine to grow :) !

  5. says

    Soups and salads are often made at my place. I am always looking for new recipes and this one sounds great! I like the roasted tomatoes in it.
    Yummy!

  6. says

    i just love this tomato, olive oil and garlic wow…. i do make something similar with garlic but this is a slight variation and seems like an interesting one :) must try it! and by the way gorgeous pics as usual :D

  7. says

    First of all the first shot is awesome!! ….secondly, I never thought of roasting tomatoes in oven….i am going to try this on pizza this sunday….and lastly I wish I could just take a sip on that soup ….so flavorful and rich…yet healthy.

      • Ashwini says

        That is interesting,to use the above recipe as a pizza sauce…apart from adding the spices you mentioned is there anything else that needs to be added to make the sauce?

        • says

          just the dry herbs that is basil and oregano or fresh if you can get them. you can also add mixed herbs. the rest of the ingredients stays the same.

          but when making soup don’t add herbs unless you like them. the soup will taste like a pizza sauce. you can also roast onions with tomatoes for making the pizza sauce.

  8. Ashwini says

    Hi Dassana,
    Tried out the recipe yest,came out very good.Minimal ingredients but great taste.The only comment i would like to give is that we need to use really ripe tomatoes,else the soup may turn a little too sour to taste.Thank you.

    • says

      thats nice to know ashwini. sometimes food made with minimal ingredients taste awesome.

      i did not mention the word ‘ripe tomatoes’ coz i thought it is obvious that one will use ripe tomatoes for making a tomato soup :-)

      thanks for the feedback. i will mention the about ripe tomatoes in the ingredients list. may be some folks are really naive in cooking and would not know which tomatoes to use.

  9. says

    Tomato soup is always welcome at my place. I normally make it without roasting. But this roasted version of yours looks awesome. Can’t wait to try it out :)

  10. Nidhi says

    I got motivated with your amazing photographs, it looked exceptionally beautiful and tried this recipe. I am personally not very fond of tomato soup but the flavor of roasted tomatoes is just so amazing… Thanks for this wonderful recipe.

  11. Susan says

    I use sodium-free chicken or vegetable stock instead of water. I also dice up an onion and add to the pan. Don’t forget to add your favorite herbs and spices — basil, tarragon, oregano, etc! For a creamier texture slice and roast a white or sweet potato with the tomatoes.

    • says

      thanks susan for all the suggestions you have mentioned. am sure they will make the soup more creamier and tastier. next time i plan to roast both onion, tomatoes and potatoes for the soup.

  12. Diamond says

    This is the best tomato soup I’ve ever had! The secret is the garlic–yum! When I pureed the tomatoes, I was skeptical about how tasty it would be, but it turned out to be so flavorful! After I tasted it, I added some tomato puree to make it last and to give it more body, as well as some basil and oregano (but this soup would be fine without it). I can definitely see myself making this soup all the time! Thanks, Dassana!

    • says

      thanks diamond. you are right the garlic does add a lot of flavor to the soup and also the fact that the tomatoes are roasted gives the soup a different taste than the regular soup. i also agree that the soup will be fine without adding basil and oregano.

  13. kirti says

    hiii dassana
    wanted to know 2 things
    1.can v prepare this soup if v do not have any kind of oven….

    2. does it taste like the one served in hotels

    • says

      hi kirti, the soup does not taste like the one served in indian hotels. thats a differently made soup. you can make this without oven. roast the tomatoes on fire like how we roast baingan for baingan bharta. when the skin has charred, place the tomatoes in a bowl of water. when they become cool, peel the charred burnt skin and then proceed with the recipe. you can check this video on fire roasting tomatoes and vegetables – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2K9QTEcm2E

  14. says

    i am a soup person dasanna.. its very comforting… recently i tried this soup and added some cream and milk.. too good. like the coarsely grinded pepper tempering on the top

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