Vegetarian Tomato Soup Recipe

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Vegetarian tomato soup is easy to make and can be a great healthy meal. Find out the vegetarian tomato soup recipe with help from a food business owner and cookbook author in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Decra Gartenstein with Quirky Gourmet. Today, I'm going to show you how to make a vegetarian tomato soup recipe. This is a very quick and easy tomato soup, tomato rice soup. It's got a lot of body. You know, it could be a meal in itself. So, you need some olive oil on the stove top, then I'm adding a little bit of onion, a little bit of garlic, some salt, some pepper, some dried dill. You cook this for about five minutes, just until the onion gets nice and soft and translucent. Now, I'm going to be adding some tomato juice to this down the line, and tomato juice often has salt in it. So, you want to hold back a little bit on how much salt you put in, until after you add the tomato juice. And then you could see, you could always add it later. But you can't ever take it out. So, once the onions are ready, I'm going to add a little bit of celery and cook it for just a minute or two longer. Then I'm going to add some tomato juice, a couple of cups. And I'm also going to add a little bit of vegetable stock. This is just a simple stock. It's made with onions, parsnips, carrots, potato, and a little bit of flat leaf parsley in there too. So, I'm going to add that, let it cook a bit, Going to add some frozen peas. Because something about peas in tomato soup, it's an old time comfort food thing. And then just a little bit of cooked rice. I'm using brown rice. You can use white rice or really any kind of rice you want. And then this cooks.. it really only has to cook about 15 minutes from this point. It'll be even tastier if you let it cook for half an hour or so. But there you have it, vegetarian tomato soup.

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