In this week’s Twice as Tasty column for the Flathead Beacon, I share one of my favorite soup recipes. Even my sister, who grew up unimpressed by many tomato dishes, has gotten hooked on this soup. It’s quick, easy, and uses the homegrown produce that’s been stashed away for the winter. In the column, I share my storage methods for its main ingredients, hoping to entice you to plan ahead next growing season. I also tell you how to make it right now with whatever tomatoes and onions are in your kitchen.
Learn more about making tomato soup from scratch and get the complete recipe for 30-Minute Tomato Soup in my column.
Twice as Tasty
Excited about cooking more dishes with tomatoes? Here are just a few of the other tomato-based recipes on the blog. You can find more in the recipe index.
- Late-Season Tomato Pie
- Pasta That Pops
- Tomato–Basil Mac and Cheese
- Grilled Tomato Pizza Sauce
- Fried Green Tomatoes
You can also learn more about making other quick-and-easy ratio-based soups in this blog post.
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