I am looking for an easy non-dairy tomatoe soup

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la D. February 23, 2013
I always follow the method for making pureed vegetable soups in Martha Stewart's Cooking School Cookbook. It's easy and always hits the spot when I'm craving tomato soup.

Saute 1 onion and two garlic cloves in olive oil till soft, about 3 min.
Add 1 can (28oz) whole peeled tomatoes and 1 1/2 cups stock or water.
Simmer 10 min.
Puree and return the soup to the pot. Season with salt and pepper. Garnish with fresh herbs or whatever.
Enjoy!
 
sexyLAMBCHOPx February 23, 2013
Here's one from the site but I know there are others. In fact, using canned tomatoes for soup is on my wish list - the only dairy I have in the house is fresh ricotta (maybe for garnish). I've been sick for a month and with this yucky New England I think its in order. If you create or find a dairy free recipe that warrants a repeat, please let us know. http://food52.com/recipes/20272-barbara-lynch-s-spicy-tomato-soup
 
ATG117 February 23, 2013
One other thought, you can add some extra water or veg stock if you're leaving out cream and worried about thickness.
 
ATG117 February 23, 2013
You can use any dairy recipe and leave out the dairy or sub it with any non-dairy milk that isn't sweet. I haven tried hemp or rice milk myself, but it sounds like these might be the best options.
If you leave out the cream, you may want to make homemade chunky croutons to cut the acidity a bit. I'd also drizzle generously with some evoo.

Here's a recipe that doesn't use cream. Instead of the butter, use olive oil:

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/roasted-tomato-basil-soup-recipe/index.html
 
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