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Friday, 9 August 2013

Perfect Sips:Indian Clear Tomato Soup & Delicious Ways To Make It Season Friendly

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TOMATOES, in all their colors, shapes & sizes give us another reason to celebrate cooking. Vine-ripened, plump and tangy with notes of sweetness...they look gorgeous and brighten up any day. So, why not celebrate their fruity tang with this delicious Indian soupJ

This is probably unlike other tomato soups you have had....light, clear soup using fresh, ripe tomatoes as the main ingredient with a subtle hint of flavors from the whole spices and herbs make it truly irresistible. This delicious soup is sipped through out the country and is named variously like Saar/Chaaru/Saaru/Shorva etc...the tempering spices varying from one home to another.The recipe we share is one our favorite ways to sip this quick to make and easy soup. Apart from the healthful combination of ingredients which make it, what we really love about this soup is the ease with which it can be modified to suite changing seasons and appetites......please check out "From The Blogger's Keyboard" for the same........ J

HAVE A SIP OF GOOD TIMES !!!


Serves: 3-4

Ingredients Required
                                                         red ripe tomatoes
roughly chopped
                                                          fresh cilantro leaves
chopped
                                                         peeled garlic cloves
                                                          crushed to release aroma
                                                           whole cinnamon
                                                           pounded to give bits
array of soup ingredients


** 5-6 medium sized, plump and ripe tomatoes roughly chopped into chunks (choose well ripened tomatoes for a delicious soup)

** 3-4 tablespoon chopped fresh cilantro/coriander leaves

** 1-inch stick cinnamon(dalchini) pounded into small bits (u may use 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon powder but freshly pounding a stick gives an unparalleled flavor)

** 4 small cloves garlic peeled and slightly crushed

** 1 teaspoon cumin seeds(jeera)

** a small pinch asfoetida /hing(optional)

** 1 tablespoon ghee (clarified butter, if not readily available then substitute with butter but the former gives a more refined flavor)

** Salt and pepper to taste

Process: The process involves only 3 steps- cooking, straining and tempering.
We used a pressure cooker for making it really quick and easy....if u need to cook otherwise then choose a deep stock pot and use enough water to cover the tomato pieces properly and cook till thoroughly tender (u may chop the tomatoes a bit smaller for quicker cooking)
                                          inside the cooker         
For cooking in a pressure cooker, transfer the chopped tomatoes, cilantro leaves, pounded cinnamon into it and add enough water (we used 3 cups) so that the tomatoes are well submerged (too much water will thin down the soup....so use as needed). Cover lid and pressure cook in medium heat for 2 whistles. Turn off heat and let pressure release automatically.
                                          straining to extract liquid
                                          extracted pulp
                                          red pulpy broth=delicious soup
There after, use a wire mesh to strain the contents of the cooker into a large bowl.
Using the back of a ladle press the tomato chunks through the sieve to extract all the pulp. Discard the residue. Now, this pulpy red broth is what we need for the soup. Add salt &pepper to taste, stir to mix.
For tempering, use a deep pan with cover. Heat ghee in the pan in medium.Add cumin seeds and when they start crackling...add crushed garlic cloves, stir & fry till they turn golden, sprinkle asfoetida(if using).
                                          cumin seeds crackling in ghee
                                          added crushed garlic for a burst of flavor
                                          fried till golden brown...wonderful aroma
Turn off heat and carefully add the earlier made broth into the tempering pan ( be slow as it sizzles a bit)
Cover the pan immediately to retain the flavor of the tempering in the soup.
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                                          broth added to tempering
                                          pan covered for the right infusion of flavor
Serve after 5 minutes else u can serve later by re-heating it.....want a cool version...view below
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                                                                 ready for a sip


 A From The Blogger’s Keyboard
ü  Garlic & cinnamon are crushed for better infusion of their aroma into the soup.
ü  Freshness of ingredients plays a crucial role. So, use well ripened fresh tomatoes for the best tasting soup.
ü  If you are not fond of cilantro leaves then substitute it with mint leaves by decreasing the later’s quantity slightly (too much mint may bring about a slight bitterness so use less).
ü  You may opt for a spicier version by adding a pinch of chili powder/a whole clove or a bay leaf according to your preference.
ü  You may opt for straining out the tempered garlic before serving .
ü  FOR A COOL SIP: you can chill it and serve with a squeeze of lime and chopped mint leaves/ you can mix it well with creamed yogurt or Greek yogurt, then chill it before serving/you can add some coconut milk to it when warm and then chill it before serving.
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                                               mixed with yogurt=refreshingly cool sip


ü  FOR MAKING IT MORE FILLING: you may add some thick coconut milk when it is               slightly warm and serve without re-heating it/you may add bits of steamed veggies for some healthy bites/accompany it with some freshly made couscous salad or cheese toast for a delicious lunch.
   
                                                 

Want a heartier stew....try out  Double beans, Doubly delicious!


126 comments:

  1. This soup sounds so light and refreshing!
    I remember when I was little, my mom used to mash tomotoes and use the mashed tomatoes and their juices along with some lime juice, sugar and salt - to make us a light and totally refreshing tomato "juice"! So much yummier than store bought tomato juice! Your soup reminds me of her juice :)
    Shashi @ http://runninsrilankan.com

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    1. thank you for your comments Sashi...how true, nothing can beat the taste of homemade goodies especially when our moms fill so much love and care while making them...glad u liked this soup, try it out for a sip-full of refreshing time...HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  2. I have never had tomato soup with cinnamon in it, but it does sound interesting! I have heard of it used in homemade ketchup, so why not soup? :)

    Thanks for stopping by Natural and Free earlier, too! Have a great day!

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    1. Welcome to our blog Julie, oh do try this combination of tomatoes and cinnamon in soup and we assure you will thoroughly admire the new taste of it...yaa right, homemade ketchup has cinnamon added to it for imparting a sweet flavor...the same works beautifully for this soup as well...give it a try...
      HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  3. light and fresh, love the addition of cinnamon

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    1. Welcome to our blog Simi, oh how right....this is such a refreshing and light soup with a well blended tang and sweet...glad u liked it, have a sip...
      HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  4. this sounds so intriguing! definitely a new twist on tomato soup for me. yum!

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    1. Welcome to our blog Sarah...isn't it pleasantly unique way of making a tomato soup?...but we can assure of its light, refreshing, tomatoey taste in every sip u have...it is real real yummmm....hope u try it out soon, thanks
      HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  5. The soup recipe looks like a gazpacho version :) because of the tomatoes! I have a really quick question, is there a recommended vegan alternative for ghee? I keep seeing a lot of amazing Indian recipes including yours that have ghee, and I would love to make it without it, or substitute it. To be honest, I haven't tried Indian soups before, but I would love to someday soon and I love soups ^_^

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    1. Rika, so happy to know u love soups...yes, this can be said to be an Indian version of the gazpacho...in this soup ghee is used for two things
      1)it serves as a fat for tempering
      2)it imparts an unique flavor to the soup....

      SO FOR A VEGAN VERSION----Choose a vegetable oil which will impart a pleasant flavor to this soup or is odorless....olive oil will impart a slight note of flavor/the soup will taste excellent with any vegetable oil as long as it suits it or has no odor of its own....Please try this easy soup once the vegan way and u will get hooked on its fresh burst of tang and spice...let us know how it was...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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    2. Thanks for the vegan version tips! Would coconut oil be too overwhelming?

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    3. welcome Rika, a good,sweet smelling coconut oil works like magic in this soup(we have tasted it)...but choose a "cold press" extracted coconut oil OR the one in which copra is not heated to extract oil...u may also opt for mustard oil/peanut oil/canola oil/rice bran oil/olive oil...hope this helps...HAPPY COOKING!!! :-)

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  6. This looks and sounds so versatile! Light for summer and I can imagine it chock full of veggies steaming hot in the fall. What do you think about cardamom instead of cinnamon? Thank you for the great recipe.

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    1. thanks for your comment, oh yes yes...this soup is very versatile...and you have thought of the best ways to vary them as per season...we do it the same way....sure u can put some cardamom instead of cinnamon...but before u try it out let us explain some properties...
      1)use lesser cardamom than u would for cinnamon as the former has a pronounced flavor
      2)if u want a savory sweet flavor then go for a black cardamom, it gives a slight smoky flavor and will go well with this soup
      3)if u use green cardamom, then adjust its amount as per choice/ use it with some other spice like nutmeg or a clove or a small bay leaf
      4)we have tried this out with black cardamom and coconut milk and must we say it tastes good that way as well...HAPPY COOKING!!! :-)

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  7. You are so kind to give all of this information. I can't wait to try it. Thank you!

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    1. you are welcome...do try this soup out and we assure you it will be a big hit...HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  8. Just lovely! I simply adore cilantro and garlic together with tomato anything. The addition of cinnamon and cloves in the tomato juices sounds divine! Thanks so much for sharing and for all the cooking tips!

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    1. thank you for your comments Stacy, they are always very inspiring...yes there is something so soothing about a cilantro,garlic and tomato combo together...it never gets wrong...cinnamon adds a sweet fragrance and if we opt for a clove then they provide an earthy, strong flavor, you are welcome
      have a sip of good times
      HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  9. Perfect soup!!!!!

    x❤x❤
    http://indianveggiesbhojan.blogspot.in/

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    1. Thank you for your comments Subha,they mean a lot to us...HAVE A GREAT DAY!!!
      :-)

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  10. Loved the cool and hot versions.. Even I do similar soup but with slight difference, I never tried adding cinnamon, mine involves more of garlic and pepper.. This looks good.. and the cool one would be awesome to quench thirst in hot summers and the hot perfect for a rainy cold day!..

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    1. Hi Sangeetha, isn't this a delicious soup...oh so happy to know u liked it...
      try it out with cinnamon too,u will surely like it...pepper gives it a nice hint of warmth...yes how true about the seasonal variations
      HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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    1. Thank you for your sweet comments Akila, they are an inspiration...do try this soup some time...HAVE FUN!!! :-)

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  12. What a wonderful Indian spiced clear tomato soup - it looks so interesting and delicious - just like the perfect summer soup with intrigung spices (cinnamon is my favorite spice) and you presented it in such a lovely way that one feels the urge to try out this recipe as soon as possible!
    Really nice recipe - have a nice Sunday!

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    1. Hi Andrea, thank you so much for your comments...they are truly an inspiration.
      so happy to know cinnamon is your favorite spice...it is ours too :-)
      we are glad that you felt to have a sip of this delicious soup...do try it some time and we assure u it will be an instant hit...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  13. Delicious soup, look so yummy and healthy.

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    1. We are so happy to know you liked this sip Hemalata, do try it out sometime...it is sure to bring a smile on your face...HAVE FUN!!! :-)

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  14. looks delicious and can imagine the savory taste mixed with spicy flavours...
    Nice post with clear step by step instructions...

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  15. thank you so much Amila, your comments mean a lot to us...oh yumm isn't it delicious
    glad you liked the step wise clicks for this quick sip...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  16. Soup looks real delicious !

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    1. Thanks for your lovely comments Reni, have this delicious soup for some fun
      HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  17. I really like this sort of soup. I actually have had something quite similar at a restaurant, but never made my own. Terrific recipe! Thanks so much.

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    1. Thank you so much John, your comments are truly an inspiration...so happy to know you like this soup...please do try some time and you are sure to love it..
      HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  18. Tempting one.. Feels like thakkali rasam, perfect for a cold or sore throat I suppose :)

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    1. Welcome to our blog Chitz, yes this yummy soup is quite similar to Thakkali rasam sans rasam powder...this uses only whole spices and herbs...sprinkled with some pepper it would taste divine and is the ultimate cure for a sore throat...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  19. This soup looks delicious and is so refined!
    I love the chilled and the variation with yogurt, it's great to have such a versatile recipe.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Hi Daniela, thanks for your lovely comments...yes this soup is quite refined in texture and flavor as well...oh do try the chilled variations some time...they are darn refreshing,it is our pleasure to share these recipes with you...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  20. Our fav and have made it so many times. We actually splash the soup over our rice, mash-mash and eat it. Certainly will try the straining and drinking as a spicy yummy soup.

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    1. Hi Navaneetham, so happy to know this is one of your favorite sips...yes yes this is a brilliant idea...tangy soup+steamy white rice is pure bliss, yes it tastes divine as such sipped all by itself too...do give a try...
      HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  21. WOW! love your step by step pictures, looks so delish. Nice blog! I'm your newest follower. You can visit mine when you find time :)
    http://kitchenista-welcometomykitchen.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you so much Neela, we are very happy to know you liked the step wise pics, try this soup out for some fun, will surely visit your wonderful blog...
      HAPPY COOKING & HAPPY BLOGGING !!! :-)

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    1. THANKS for your sweet comments Remya, try this soupy sip out sometime, u will be happy with the results...HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  23. Interesting and delicious tomato soup.. I'm sure it tastes good... Do visit my blog.. http://kitchenserenity.blogspot.in/

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    1. Welcome to our blog Nilu, happy u liked this soup, try some out for a refreshing treat...sure we will visit your lovely blog...HAVE FUN!!! :-)

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    1. Welcome to our blog Tandy, so happy you are going to try this tomato soup...if u are well adjusted to the use of hing earlier then use a pinch of it...but if u are a first timer and don't know how it will go with the soup, use a very small pinch...make and have the soup, like the flavor of hing...use as needed from next time...this we say cause hing is a pungent spice
      HAPPY COOKING & HAVE FUN!!! :-)

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  25. A wonderful soup! I love the fact that it is clear.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comments Rosa, they mean a lot to us...so glad you like this clear tangy soup,have a sip-full of good times..
      HAVE FUN!!! :-)

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  26. love it love it love...I think i have said enough:) Just perfect :)Yummy :)

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    1. Oh Shweta, we treasure your lovely comments...have a sip,this soup is real yumm
      HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  27. This looks really good !
    And the directions with the pictures are so clear

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    1. Welcome to our blog,so happy you liked the steps and pictures of this recipe...
      please try this out some time....it is a refreshing sip,thanks
      HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  28. This looks like the perfect thing for me right now! The photos are very helpful!

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    1. thank you Katerina for your lovely comments...we are glad you want to have a sip of this tomato soup:-)...do give it a try, you will love it...
      HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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    1. Hi Chitra,thanks for your lovely comments...sure try out this yummy soup...you will be pleasantly surprised,HAVE FUN!!! :-)

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  30. What a beautiful and delicious soup! I love the idea of adding coconut milk!

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    1. welcome to our blog Reeni, we are glad you liked this soup so much,,,yes yes the coconut milk addition makes this sip even more comforting...give it a try some time...HAPPY COOKING & HAPPY BLOGGING!!! :-)

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  31. soup...d name it self making me hot in dis chilled weather....Very easy n really helathy one...love d garlic flavour.

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    1. thank you for your lovely comments Maha, we are so happy you liked this garlicky tomato soup...try this out with some pepper...it will make all chilled weather blues disappear with its warmth...HAPPY COOKING & HAPPY BLOGGING!!! :-)

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  32. Looks delicious! And thank you for the lovely comment you left on our blog. I love reading some of your recipes as well. We will be back again!

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    1. Welcome to our blog Anna & Liz, we are so happy you liked this sip and it is season friendly too, try it out some time....it will surely be a hit, thank you so much...you have a lovely food blog...HAPPY COOKING & HAPPY BLOGGING!!! :-)

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  33. Simply loved going through the stage-by-stage pictures. Looks most delicious...and I love the different ways of enhancing it.
    Thank you for stopping by my blog too!:)

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  34. Hi Kanak,we are glad you liked all the step pics for this yummy soup,yes this is a very versatile and refreshingly tangy sip,have a sip for fun
    you are welcome...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  35. i'll bet those toasting cumin seeds smell amazing! this is an interesting beverage, kumar, and i think i'd like it very much!

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    1. thank you so much Grace for your lovely comments,they are always inspiring...yes how true about the magical aroma of cumin crackling in ghee...
      do try this out sometime,you will be pleasantly surprised...
      HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  36. A beautiful recipe with great flavours! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving such a lovely comment! I look forward to checking out more of your lovely recipes.

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    1. Welcome to our blog Karen...oh thanks so much for your lovely comments too...
      we will be more than happy to see you enjoy the recipes in our blog...you have an adorable blog & we would sure visit it often...
      HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  37. Wow! Don't we love tomatoes? Would love a sip or two of this tomato soup!

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    1. Hi Phong Hong, so happy to see you in our blog & more than happy you liked this refreshing soup...yes how true about tomatoes,they really are wonderful fruits,
      have a sip of good times,HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  38. A fresh and beautiful sip with so many delicious flavor variations! Perfect for the dead ripe tomatoes of summer!

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  39. welcome to our blog Lynne,oh we are so happy you liked the variations of this sip...yes this is just the perfect way to use summery ripe red tomatoes...it tastes very refreshing...have a sip...HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  40. Beautiful recipe! Can't wait to try this for this winter! Little too humid to have soup in Delhi at the moment :-)
    Is there anything you do with the residue, instead of discarding?

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    1. Hi Amelia,glad you liked this soup...yes it is perfect for winters and you can make a number of variations too....yes yes...the residue is discarded for the soup but never ends in the bin...it is used for composting...makes the garden soil fertile...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  41. Very very interesting technique, I LOVE soups and broth. I'm going to have to test this out. Pinning!

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    1. Hi Reba,we are so happy you liked this soup...we love soups and broths too...
      please do try this light and refreshing soup...u can opt for the variations too
      have a sip...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  42. Such a healthy and delicious soup my friend :D

    Cheers
    CCU

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    1. Hi Guru, we are glad you liked this soup dear friend,hope you try this out soon for a refreshing bowl of good times...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  43. The cinnamon has me intrigued! I bet it's awesome!

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    1. Ashley, how true about the intriguing cinnamon...it plays magic,brings about a sweet note in this tangy tomatoey soup...please try it out and we assure you it is awesome warm/cold...light/with the variations...
      HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  44. Thank you for stopping by my space.
    Love the clear tomato soup.

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    1. Hi Meena,so happy you liked this tangy tomato soup with cinnamon...have a sip of this refreshing clear soup...you are welcome...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  45. I love tomato soup and this sounds delicious!

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    1. Hi Anne,thanks for your comments,so happy you liked this soup...HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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    1. Hi cquek,thank you for your comments...HAPPY BLOGGING!!! :-)

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    1. Hi Shanthi,thanks for your comments...HAPPY BLOGGING!!! :-)

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  48. I love tomato soup whether it's creamy, clear or thick!

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    1. Hi Peachy, yes tomatoes are such a cool fruit...we too love tomato soups in all forms...even chunky as in Gazpacho...HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  49. This sounds delicious! I've never tried anything like this before. I may have to sub parsley for cilantro though since I'm a cilantrophobe ;) Thanks for a great recipe! Have a wonderful Wednesday!

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    1. Hi Davida,so glad you liked this sip...yes sure you can sub parsley for the cilantro or may be use mint...use the same amount of parsley as cilantro and a bit less of the mint if u use it...any way this soup will taste wonderful,you are welcome...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  50. I love this clear tomato soup! With all that garlic and cinnamon, it must be amazing. Never tried it but now I'd love to!!!

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    1. Welcome to our blog Julia,we are so glad you liked this tomato soup with garlic and cinnamon...please do try this no fuss recipe,it always works well...
      HAPPY COOKING AND HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :-)

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  51. Your clear soup sounds fantastic...especially when using summer garden tomatoes! What a unique and lovely tomato dish.

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    1. Hi Liz,oh es how true about this summery treat....it works so well when tomatoes are in season,please have some for yourself...it is completely refreshing...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  52. Tis the perfect season for tomato soup! The flavors in this sound amazing!

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    1. Hi Joanne,yes it is the perfect season to have this soup...so happy to know you like it,have a sip...it will be pleasurable...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  53. Loved reading your write up.loved the soup too.

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    1. Hi Savitha,thanks for your lovely comments,so happy to know you liked this soup and the write up as well...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  54. So interesting this tomato soup of yours...it sure sounds very tasty.
    Thanks for the recipe and hope you are having a fabulous week :D

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    1. Hi Juliana, thank you so much for your comments,they mean a lot to us....do try this yummy soup once...it is very yummy,you are welcome...
      HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  55. This Indian Clear Tomato Soup sounds delicious and refreshing. I just got some tomatoes from the garden...but not quite enough for the recipe. Guess I'll need to pick up more from the market to make this.

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    1. Hi Amy, we are glad you liked this refreshing soup,OMG! tomatoes from the garden....oh how delicious they will taste,will make the soup even more tasty..
      try them out and let us know how you liked this yummy sip...
      HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  56. I absolutely adore tomatoes, and love tomato soup, and this one looks so different and refreshing. Love the variations you've shown, too. Yum!

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    1. Hi Ashley,we are more than happy you loved this soup...oh yes we love tomato and soups too...they are just so good...please try this soup out sometime with any of the variations....it will be refreshing...
      HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  57. I love tomatoes and we grow our own in our garden. I should definitely try making this wonderful, light soup with some of our tomatoes. It sounds wonderful!

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    1. Hi Amy,wow! tomatoes from your own garden will make this soup taste even yummier,thanks so much for your lovely comments...we will be more than happy when you make this delightful soup,it is refreshingly good...
      HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  58. Yum!! I love the idea of cool tomato soup :)

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    1. Hi Kiran,oh isn't this soup refreshing when had cold...guaranteed to chill out even the worst summer heat...have a refreshing sip of this sometime...
      HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  59. This looks like a lovely clear soup. Gorgeous recipe :)

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    1. Hi Rachel,oh we are glad you loved this clear soup...have a sip of refreshing times...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  60. Never thought of a cool version but that sounds really good especially on a hot day. I always love tomato from really young age. This is nice!

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    1. Hi Nami,thanks for your kind comments,they mean a lot to us...yes how true about this cool version tomato sip...it will soothe the worst summer heat...
      we love tomato soups too,try this soup out sometime,we are sure it will be a hit...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  61. This Tomato soup looks great!! I have an overload of tomatoes growing in our garden and I bet my family would love a taste of this ;)

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    1. Hi Manju,thanks so much for your lovely comments...wow,nothing better than trying out vine ripe tomatoes of your garden in this beautiful soup,it makes this soup all the more tasty,try this sip out we are sure the family will love it...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  62. Woww Kumar, this is seriously making my mouth water. Going to make this chilled in summer with tomatoes from our garden. Can't wait to try it :D

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  63. Welcome to our blog Jina,we are more than glad to know you loved this lip smacking soup so much,we love it too,OMG!using garden fresh ripe tomatoes will make it so much more worth it,have a refreshing summer sip,thanks for your sweet comments...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  64. This is a recipe I will be saving for when I have lots of time since if there's a chance of burning and I am in a rush you better bet I may burn the house down! Sounds and looks delicious though! Another recipe win for you guys!!!

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    1. Hi Davida,we bet you will love this flavorful season friendly soup,yes make it while you want to indulge a bit in cooking and have a refreshing sip ready within minutes...thanks so much for your inspiring comments,they mean a lot to us...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  65. Tomato soup is one of my favorite meals so I would love to try this alternative clear version next time I get some tomatoes from the garden. Thanks for sharing this great recipe!

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    1. Welcome to our blog Pamela,tomato soup as a meal....we are totally in with this idea,we love it that way too...yes garden fresh tomatoes make them taste much much more delicious,we are very happy sharing this recipe with you and thank you very much for your inspiring,sweet comments...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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  66. Estupenda sopa servida muy elegante mamá nos decía que era muy energética yo adoro esta sopa,abrazos.

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  67. Hi Rosita,thanks for your sweet comments...yes yes this flavorful soup is delicious,refreshing and a super charger being fewer in calories...we are so happy you loved its elegance too...try this out we assure it will be one of your favorite ways of enjoying tomatoes,thanks...HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!!! :-)

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