Friday, March 16, 2012

Tomato Soup

Hi friends...Long time right? hmmm...ya I was too busy and on my toes for the past two weeks...and will continue in that state for 3 more weeks...:)
There are worst and good things going around.First the worst one...My kiddo burnt his hand by holding an iron box. Burn is pretty bad on the inner hand. Looks like it will take some time to recover. So with him, visiting doctors, his dressing, and looking around his plays and pranks...but should say...he is strong...:) He has resumed his normal routine, but I need to take care of him and his hand...

Now the good one...I am visiting India end of this month/next month..Looking forward to meet parents, friends and spending some quality time in all our fave places..:)..Started purchasing and preparing for the trip/packing/cleaning/making to do lists..

So now its too much of explanation why I am not here..:)

Anyways this soup is my hubby's and kiddo's fave...Made this many times...Here is the recipe..








Method Of Preparation:


1. Heat butter in a vessel/pressure cooker.Add the cumin, bay leaf,cloves and  fry for 30 sec. Add the ginger garlic paste and fry till raw smell goes. Add the onion and fry till it turns light brown.
2.Then add the tomatoes and carrots along with 1/2 glass water, salt,pepper and pressure cook till one whistle on medium.
3.When pressure goes open and discard the bay leaves and cloves, and grind the remaining ingredients to smooth puree. Now Heat a pan and simmer it for 2 to 3 mins.Serve warm with croutons/bread sticks.









Notes:
1. You can discard the leaves and cloves before pressure cooking it.
2. Straining the soup after grinding is optional.I dint do it.


34 comments:

  1. Hi Reshmi,
    Hope your child is better now.it is so painful to see them suffer.
    Happy journey and enjoy your trip.
    Soup looks delicious. I make it almost the same way except adding the bay leaf and cumin...will try it next time.

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  2. tomato soup is my fav..this looks awesome

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  3. creamy and yummy looking soup

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  4. Delicious soup,real comfort food.

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  5. Looks great! This is our recipe for Pappa al Pomodoro. Easy and delicious tomato soup from Florence! http://www.stillservedwarm.com/italian-pappa-al-pomodoro-recipe/
    Hope you enjoy it!

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  6. Oops...really felt sorry for him,take care...Sanjay too once got big burnt with iron box,suffered lot :(
    Glad that u going India to visit ur Parents,Happy Journey...have blast :)
    Tomato soup looks so comforting n yummy...loved your clicks!!
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  7. Looks so good! Have a safe trip and hope your kid will recover fast!

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  8. Simply inviting and perfect.. gr8 job dear :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  9. Hope your son's hand heals soon..

    A wonderful looking soup...lovely color..

    Have a safe and enjoyable trip.

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  10. yummy soup dear.....

    So sad to hear regarding your son has burnt, if something happens to our kids means it is really tensed issue, Pray that he will get well soon....

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  11. Nice recipe... Hope ur lil one gets well soon..

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  12. I really hope he gets better! and I also hope that you have a nice trip

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  13. Hope your little one is feeling better by now.Wish you a happy and memorable trip to India.Soup looks fabulous perfect for the weather.

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  14. This soup is one of my kids favorite ones. i love making this for her. Nice presentation.

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  15. wow...healthy and delicious soup...yumm!!

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  16. very delicious and smooth soup..
    Anjana

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  17. OMG ! Hope your lil one is better now. Ouch, I can't even imagine that,poor lil thing . Have fun at home !

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  18. soup looks yummy n perfectly done..nice.awesome cliks....
    happy n safe journey dear...
    Maha

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  19. i used 2 like tomato soup so much and this brings back fond memories.

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  20. Yum! Tomato soup looks absolutely delicious! Love to have it on a lazy day :) great pics too

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  21. Hope ur kid is feeling better now..Luved the pics to the core..Specially the black and white with the core..

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  22. Oops, I'm reading it now. I'm so sorry to hear that, poor little one. Hope hez better noe and wishes n prayers for a speedy recovery. Tc dear and have fun in India.
    Yummy soup, awesome clicks :-)

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  23. Lovely Soup..When ever i think about making soup,this will be my First option!!Looks colorful n nice pics :)

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  24. hi reshmi, glad your kid is well.
    this is a great looking soup.
    have a wonderful holiday back to be with your your family.
    do visit me when you come back ok
    have a nice day

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  25. delicious soup dear.....loved ur clicks !!!

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  26. Reshmi, tomato soup is one of my favorites, I'm going to try this as soon as the monsoons kick in!

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  27. Reshmi, tomato soup is one of my favorites, I'm going to try this as soon as the monsoons kick in!

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