Tomato Leek Soup Recipe

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Tomato leek soup is a great blend of vegetables & fruit for parties or comfort eating. Cook up this delicious soup with help from a professional caterer in this free video.

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Hello, this is Coreen from Shakes Bakes, and right now we're going to talk about how to make tomato leek soup. Here are some of the ingredients that we need to make that happen, salt and pepper to taste. I have about one teaspoon of each, half of a leek stalk, cut up in slices right here, a tablespoon of butter, Italian Seasoning, just about a dash; a bowl of course, because that's what we're going to be displaying it in, three cups of water, a can of tomatoes, whole tomatoes, some sort of pureer, I have a Magic Bullet. You can use a blender, or you can use one of those submergers as well, a frying pan and a spoon, oh, and also a spoon to stir with as well. So, the first thing we're going to do is we are going to take our frying pan and we're going to go over to our stove. We'll take our tablespoon of butter, and you just put that butter right into your pan. We grab our leek. Now, your flame should be on medium, here we go. So, you just want to get a nice color on the leek so that green really pops out. I'd say keep it on your flame, approximately three minutes. Now, you want to turn on your flame low and let it simmer, cover it for a few more minutes. In the meanwhile, I'm going to take my puree device, I'm going to add to it my tomatoes. Again, I have one can. Now, I'm going to go and puree this right now. Okay, all done. So at this point, I'm going to take my pureed tomatoes, and I'm going to put it into my pot of leeks, beautiful. And I grab my water, and I add to that. I'm going to just clean out my container with a little bit of that water, oops, making a mess more than anything else. Bad angle, there we go. Pour that water right in, and I just pour the rest. I'm just going to let this simmer for 15 minutes and see how we're looking then. Oh, by the way, I'm going to turn my flame back up to medium. Okay, so after about 15 minutes, it seemed like it needed a little bit more time, so I actually left this on for 20 minutes. So, from here, I'm going to grab our salt and pepper to taste. Again, for me that was one tablespoon, I'm sorry, one teaspoon of salt and one teaspoon of pepper, and be careful. It's hot, and this is our tomato leek soup recipe.


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