I’m really excited to have Jennifer Cote from The Grateful Table sharing a warming and comforting tomato basil soup with us. Jennifer just released a brand new eBook called,Soup’s On! Made From Scratch and you can find it on Amazon for FREE until Saturday. Grab your copy today!
I was excited that Diana has so graciously allowed me to guest post, since my new soup ebook, Soup’s On, just got published this week. I’m running a free offer on it too, through Saturday, which you can pick up at Amazon.
I love soups. They are typically made with humble ingredients, but through various cooking processes, those ingredients get transformed. What a great way to get our daily dose of veggies!
This tomato basil soup recipe is one from the cookbook; it’s a simple one, and gluten-free. One can tweak it as necessary. Fresh-grated orange zest will brighten the flavor (although frozen orange juice concentrate substitutes nicely in a pinch).
We serve this soup a lot at The New Deli—it’s quite popular. And it’s easy to have the ingredients on hand. We freeze big batches of homemade pesto in plastic zip-lock bags. When the pesto’s frozen in a thin layer like that, it’s easy to break off a chunk of it for any given meal. It only takes minutes to thaw, but it’s good and fresh!
The recipe can be found in Jennifer’s eBook.
What’s your favorite comfort soup to enjoy in the colder days of winter?
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