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When the weather is chilly there is nothing like having a cup of tomato soup and a grilled cheese sandwich to warm you to the bones. It’s the ultimate comfort food. I never thought that I liked tomato soup, I had only ever tried the canned soup and it never appealed to me. I love spaghetti sauce though and knew there must be something more to tomato soup and decided to whip up a batch from scratch. If you are like me and like tomatoes but hate canned tomato soup this is the soup for you. This Roasted Tomato Soup Recipe will have everyone in the family licking out the bowl and begging for more.
If you are following along with our menu planning series, the Roasted Tomato Soup Recipe is Menu Card 13. For information about how I made my menu board visit here. To view the entire collection of menu cards visit here.
I found this recipe while browsing on Pinterest. It comes from the highly acclaimed food website The Sprouted Kitchen. They have some of the best recipes ever and their food photography is out of this world… I mean there is no comparing my tomato soup picture with their tomato soup picture.
Here is your menu card for Roasted Tomato Soup.Write it out, stick it up on your menu board and then head on over to The Sprouted Kitchen for their Roasted Tomato Soup Recipe. You won’t regret it. They recommend making this soup in the peak of summer when you have fresh tomatoes out of the garden. This recipe is mind blowing with tomatoes from the garden… but we aren’t lucky enough to have access to garden fresh tomatoes 12 months out of the year. Store bought tomatoes will do in a pinch. I also suggest making up a double or triple batch and freezing the leftovers for quick and easy meals during the week.
P.S. This recipe is out of this world served with a grilled cheese sandwich for dipping.
Tell me… Do you make homemade soups and stews? What is your favorite soup or stew recipe? Have you tried creating a menu board system yet?