Veloute de tomates /  Creamy Tomato Soup

 

Ever since I joined the Blogging Marathon, I keep thinking about trying and posting the amazing recipes from the blogs of my fellow marathoners. But what stops me every time is imagining their face when they see the photos on my blog and go ‘Nahiiiiii’ like a Hindi movie heroine. But this time I decided to take the huge leap of faith and have a go at it. The mega BM posts on French cuisine in Priya’s blog were too tempting and I simply had to do it. Coincidently I picked European cuisine for this month’s BM and I decided to use up at least some of the bookmarks from her blog. 

The first one is a simple tomato soup which went up several notches thanks to the butter and cream. A must try. So here goes –

Recipe source – here

WHAT WE NEED

Tomatoes                   500 gms / 3 large

Onion, large              1

Mixed herbs               2 tbsp

Butter                           2 tbsp

All purpose Flour      2 tbsp

Vegetable stock         2 cups

Salt & pepper
WHAT TO DO

  • Melt the butter in a pot
  • Chop and add the onion and sauté till it turns translucent
  • Chop and add the tomatoes, mixed herbs, salt and pepper
  • Cook on medium flame till the tomatoes turn mushy
  • Mix the flour with little water to form a paste
  • Add the flour paste and vegetable stock and bring to a boil
  • Blend the mixture and add cream
  • Enjoy!

  

  
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Check out the Blogging Marathon page for other marathoners doing this BM. 

 

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