Tomato Soup


2 medium sized tomatoes
2 tbsp butter
1 piece of cinnamon
2 cloves
Pepper powder
Salt to taste
1 tsp soya sauce
2 tsp cornflour

Heat butter, add cinnamon and cloves. Then add chopped tomatoes and cook till soft. Cool and grind to fine paste removing cinnamon and cloves before grinding.

Heat the paste with about 1 1/2 cups of water and add salt, pepper powder, soya sauce and finally add cornflour paste (mix cornflour with little water).

Heat for five to ten minutes. Add fried bread pieces just before serving.

Hot and tasty tomato soup ready ...

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sowmya said...

comfort food..looks heavenly..

Chitra - spicelover said...

Delicious soup!!I add cooked onions too for grinding!!Will try urs soon!!do check out my blog at ur free time:)

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Kitchen Flavours said...

Looks comforting and refreshing... Perfect for the season.

Asha said...

Delicious! My daughter loves Tomato soup, mild kind we get here in the restaurant. Great entry! :))

DEESHA said...

i just lovely tomato soup. Perfect for winter

Trupti said...

this is a winter warmer for sure! Looks really good, and the recipe is so easy!

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Priya said...

My choice of soup..delicious one..

Vanamala said...

thnks this lovely recipe...i liked it

mcgelligot said...

Wow, you can even see the steam coming from the top of the tomato soup. Great pic. The recipe also sounds great. I have never tried cloves in Tomato soup before, but it is something I will definitely have to try. What do you think about making tomato soup from a vegetable juice recipe?

Gandha said...

I like soups in winter, warming and nourishing - usually make my own. This one looks little thin and my kids thick one though. It would be healthy for them too.

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