This is a delicious creamy and chunky tomato soup recipe that uses only fresh vegetables. It's vegan and contains no cream or milk.
The tomato soup is a little time consuming to make, but well worth the time. This recipe freezes very well, so cook some extra for a busy day!
A tomato soup can easily get a "sour" or acidic taste, even when using ripe and fresh tomatoes.
To balance the acidity, this recipe uses dark brown sugar, and a roux made with flour and olive oil. The result is a creamy and mild flavor that suits adults and kids alike!
The carrots and celery will together with the onions create the stock. It also deepens the flavor without taking away the taste of the tomatoes.
For the roux:
If the soup is too thick add a little more water.
This tomato soup recipe is rather filling in itself, so you don't need much to accompany it. But some fresh crusty bread or even a grilled cheese sandwich is not wrong to dunk in and scoop up the thick and creamy tomato soup with!
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