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Old 08-02-2015, 02:55 PM   #1
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Tomato Soup, NoDak style

4bs Old Fashioned Cream Of Tomato Soup Recipe - Food.com

I made this the other day. Not a drop left.

I didn't have cream, so I used a mix of Greek yogurt, skim milk, and half and half. Some like it chunky, but I used the boat motor for a smoother soup. I couldn't believe how good it was.
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Old 08-02-2015, 03:17 PM   #3
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Thanks, Dawg! DH loves tomato soup. I'll keep this aside for when the weather turns chilly.
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The dairy broke, but it was so good we didn't care. If looks matter, I would suggest tempering the dairy as in the recipe.
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Thanks. We usually have half and half on hand because DH uses it in his coffee.
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Old 08-02-2015, 05:08 PM   #6
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That would be a great 3 can soup recipe for the emergency shelf!

Just swap out the fresh cream for a can of evaporated milk or Trader Joe's shelf stable heavy cream in a box.

Another variation would be to swap out the canned tomatoes for a similar size jar of your favorite pasta sauce.

I need to rummage around in the pantry!
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Canned milk is a great idea, AB. It might not even have to be tempered.
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Ooooh....thanks for sharing this recipe, Dawg - I love a good tomato soup anytime of year. I have to have a grilled cheese sandwich with it.

What purpose for the tiny bit of baking soda, do you know? Just curious.
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I have no idea about the baking soda, Cheryl. For one of the first times in my life, I actually followed a recipe! Um, well, almost.
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Ok, I just did a quickie search - apparently a little baking soda helps neutralize the acidity of the tomatoes and helps keep the milk from curdling.

At any rate, I'm going to make this soon and follow the directions to a T - it sounds wonderful.
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