20.05.2020
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Recipe information
Cooking:
40 min.
Servings per container:
3
Complexity:
Easy
Calorie content:
624.2
Carbohydrates:
51.34
Fats:
29.84
Squirrels:
37.2
Water:
474.02

Ingredients

Title Value
1. Tomatoes 500 Column
2. Chicken bouillon 200 Ml
3. Bulb onions 1 PC.
4. Olive oil 1 art. l
5. Butter 1 art. l
6. Garlic powder 1 Tsp
7. Basil 1 Tsp
8. Nutmeg 1 pinch
9. Black pepper taste
10. Salt taste
11. Basil Additionally 10 Column
12. Bacon Additionally 20 Column

Cooking

1. Stage

Cut the tomatoes into slices, put on a sheet covered with foil, sprinkle with garlic and basil. Put in a preheated oven for 20 minutes at 190-200 degrees.

1. Stage. Cut the tomatoes into slices, put on a sheet covered with foil, sprinkle with garlic and basil. Put in a preheated oven for 20 minutes at 190-200 degrees.

2. Stage

Chop the onion very finely.

1. Stage. Chop the onion very finely.

3. Stage

Melt the butter directly in a pan with a thick bottom, then add olive oil, warm it up a little and fry the onion until soft.

1. Stage. Melt the butter directly in a pan with a thick bottom, then add olive oil, warm it up a little and fry the onion until soft.

4. Stage

Then remove the tomatoes from the oven, if desired, remove the skin or leave it, add nutmeg, salt and pepper to taste. Pour in the broth and cook after boiling for about 15 minutes, taste it, if the tomatoes are too acidic then add a little sugar.

1. Stage. Then remove the tomatoes from the oven, if desired, remove the skin or leave it, add nutmeg, salt and pepper to taste. Pour in the broth and cook after boiling for about 15 minutes, taste it, if the tomatoes are too acidic then add a little sugar.

5. Stage

Kill the vegetables with a submersible blender into a homogeneous mass.

1. Stage. Kill the vegetables with a submersible blender into a homogeneous mass.

6. Stage

Serve the soup with tomato puree with fresh basil leaves and fried bacon slices.

1. Stage. Serve the soup with tomato puree with fresh basil leaves and fried bacon slices.

7. Stage

Bon Appetit!!!

8. Stage

Classical tomato puree soup is quite simple and quick to prepare, it turns out to be satisfying, tasty, bright and fresh to the taste. You can also use canned tomatoes in your own juice to make such a soup, but a soup made from fresh tomatoes will turn out to be tastier. To give the soup a soft and creamy touch, you can add a little cream of medium fat content or just grate a little hard cheese on top of the soup before serving. This soup can be served both for lunch and dinner, and all members of your family will appreciate it.