Recipe by Lalena
"This unique light soup utilizes end of summer veggies. I love it with a few slices of a hearty whole-wheat sourdough bread spread with fresh goat cheese."
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1 1/2 teaspoons
green tomatoes, chopped
1 1/2 cups
fresh corn kernels
salt and pepper to taste
This is a wonderful recipe! I added black beans, carrots, and more garlic. A very light, clean, and refreshing soup that is super yummy too. Perfect with a hunk of your favorite bread. You can always experiment with your own favorite seasonings. Highly recommend this versatile soup! Thanks so much for sharing!
This was just okay.
I changed it to more of an Italian flavor...Basil and a touch of Oregano instead of the Cummin...At serving, sprinkled with Parmesean Cheese and finely chopped green onions..Served with crunchy Garlic Bread
This is a great soup recipe - I did "doctor it" with additional seasonings such as Worchestershire sauce and a bit of oregano and basil (minusing the cumin), and, I took all the seeds out of the tomatoes prior to adding to soup. Everyone LOVED it!
Wonderful summer soup. I put a lot more corn than was called for and cut back the broth to 4 or 5 cups so that it would be thicker. We added some hot sauce when served.
Very good soup! Would recommend other spices than cumin, since not everyone likes it - garam masala and fresh cilantro, Italian seasoning, or my favorite, Hungarian paprika, both sweet and hot. Found that it needed to simmer a bit longer, about 25 minutes. Added a pinch of sugar to counteract acidity, a bay leaf (remove at the end of cooking) and less veg broth, 1 carton + 1 cup of water. If you have fresh parsley, add some to the soup at the table. Excellent use of green tomatoes if you're not into frying or canning/pickling them!
I made this with red tomatoes and tomatillos - turned out great. Husband added some hot sauce for a bit of a kick. Thanks!
This soup had a surprising tanginess to it. We thought it was a little bland, but bacon bits really perked it up.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Green and Red Tomato and Corn Soup
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 65
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