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This one is really better the 2nd day, after the flavors have a chance to meld.
1/2 can of tomatoes with the water in a blender or food processor until
pureed. Add to remaining ingredients. Season with salt and pepper.
Chill until ready to serve.
I want to try this one when my cucumbers start producing:
Transfer to a medium
size bowl, stir in the vinegar, salt, black pepper, and cayenne pepper,
cover and chill in the refrigerator at least 5 hours.
Mmm, this sounds good!
Blueberries or raspberries can be substituted for the strawberries.
I've never had cold soup, or any real desire to try it. LoL
Quoting mandee1503:I've never had cold soup, or any real desire to try it. LoL
Last year was the first year I tried them for summer lunches. They're good!
I'll have to try one. A resturant around the corner from me makes a strawberry one.
Quoting michiganmom116:Quoting mandee1503:I've never had cold soup, or any real desire to try it. LoLLast year was the first year I tried them for summer lunches. They're good!
We live without air conditioning, so we eat many raw meals during July and August.
Raw Creamy Italian Tomato SoupBelow recipe Serves 1 - so just multiply by number of people1 Beefsteak (or large slicing type) tomato 1 sun dried tomato 1 Tbls tahini 1 clove garlic (or half if you do not care for garlic) 3 leaves of fresh basil pinch of cayenne pepper (optional) Salt (or braggs) to taste Put everything in the blender and whiz until smooth. If you want it to have a chunky texture, put everything but the sun dried tomato in first, blend until smooth, then add the sun dried tomato, and run the blender about 10 more seconds - then the soup is a little more chunky. This is not very good as a left over as the water content from the tomatoes starts to separate and make the soup look a little curdled.
Quoting sanj1213:I'm going to have to look for some recipes, i've never had cold soup.
Mmmm... this sounds yummy and the only thing I would need a substitute for is the buttermilk. :)
Quoting michiganmom116:Mmm, this sounds good!COLD STRAWBERRY SOUPfrom COOKS.COM2 c. fresh strawberries1/2 c. sugar1 tsp. finely shredded orange peel2 tbsp. orange juice2 c. buttermilkIn
saucepan combine berries, 1 1/2 cups water, sugar, orange juice and
orange peel. Bring to a boil; simmer 20 minutes. Cool 30 minutes. Put in
blender until smooth. Stir in buttermilk. Chill.Blueberries or raspberries can be substituted for the strawberries.
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