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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Fresh Tomato Vegetable Soup

This is a great way to use up garden tomatoes!
It's fresh, fast and a very light tasting, yummy soup!
Vegetarian!
Ant it freezes well, too.


Fresh Tomato Vegetable Soup

1 c chopped onion
1/4 c butter
2 lbs fresh tomatoes, 1" diced, skin and all.
1 1/2 t salt
1/4 c sugar
1/8 t pepper
1 can green beans, drained
1 can sliced carrots, drained
1 can whole kernel corn, drained

Saute onions in butter until translucent.
Add remaining ingredients and simmer 15 minutes.

Enjoy!


42 comments:

  1. I'd love this without the onions! Sounds so tasty!

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    1. oh, be brave! The onions are yummy! ha.

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  2. You know me; i'd add lotsa spices to mine!

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  3. Yum...this looks so good! Great for a cool fall day. I made vegetarian bean soup today.
    Btw...I see a face in your bowl of soup : ) it's on the top right above the carrot and kernel of corn. Ha!

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  4. Thanks - this looks wonderful!

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    1. It is...really different than anything else. We love it!

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  5. YUM! I made chicken vegetable soup last night and served it over brown rice.

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  6. Can't chew
    So all yours at your zoo haha

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    1. save it for your summer tomatoes, dear! :)

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    2. I will. I love veggies soup, oh I want the summe rtomatos betsy!!

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    3. I think that was the last of mine! There are green ones, but it's not getting hot enough for them. So, fried green tomatoes might be good! I haven't made them in years!

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    4. always I wanna make something with Green ones, yes and think in fried tomatos!

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  8. It's lunch! I'll be right over with some fresh baked bread.

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  9. simple light and healthy, very pretty as well, winner winner!

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  10. That looks so good! Jeff and I would both like it I think.

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    1. I bet you would...and it's so fast...you can chop the tomatoes while the onions simmer...it's ready in minutes!

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    1. yes, it was! And it's all gone, too! ha.

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  12. yum. perfect for a fall evening as well...warm and hearty....

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  13. Soup season. Yay! :) I'm sure this hits the spot on a chilly evening!

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    1. yep...soup season! Dinner in one pot...love it! :)

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  14. I will have to try this, it sounds delicious. Betsy I just love your banner picture, so perfect for you!

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    1. hey...thanks, linda! I love that banner, too! I usually change it often, but this one has stayed a very long time! ;)

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  15. Hi Betsy .. sounds so delicious and I've just eaten my salad - but a bowl of soup with crusty bread sounds just excellent! Cheers - it is harvest time .. Hilary

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  16. What a wonderful...and easy...recipe. I love that the tomatoes don't have to be peeled. I just made marinara sauce with a bunch of tomatoes from the garden, and the recipe called for peeling and seeding. Work, especially the seeding. However, the end result was perfection.

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    1. this just couldn't be easier! I hope you try it!

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  17. Looks delish!
    Never cared for canned tomato soup, but this is definitely a winner!
    I guess a vegetable cube could add a bit deeper flavour...and I always add the frozen combo of veggies to my soups...very handy!
    Good job, Betsy...always thinking of new delicious recipes to serve up to Your 5 Men...well...4 now...but 5 +1 Lauren on Wednesdays!
    Enjoy your day....

    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. taste it as is before adding anything... the beauty is the fresh flavor! :)

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  18. Hi Betsy ~ Taking a minutes this morning to check some blogs. Oh that soup does look delicious. We are in the Valley of Fresh Veggies and Fruit, Almonds and Walnuts... That's what I miss most living in Southern CA. I going to get a basket of tomatoes to take to Tahoe. Think I'll make some soup. Gonna try to post a few things in the next days. Sending love, Wanda

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    1. I hope you try it....I think it's wonderful! :) I've missed you!

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  19. I love veggies! But can't stand veggie soup or for that matter soup in general. Now hubby loves veggie soup so I make it all during the
    fall and winter. I always cook more and then freeze leftovers for him a quick soup and sandwich meal that is EASY.
    Thanks for the soup reminder. It's on the menu. :)

    JaG

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  20. Sounds lovely and fresh and just the sort of thing for an autumn day comforting, but light to eat!

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