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Soup isn't just for winter. For me, every season is soup season. This creamy, vitamins-loaded, simple tomato red pepper soup, adapted from olive magazine, makes a great light lunch with some homemade bread on a warm day or anyday and will use up the glut of tomatoes from your garden or farmer markets too. If you don't have roasted bell pepper, then use the fresh one or roast some yourself.

  • 2 tbsp Olive oil
  • 1 Onion, finely chopped
  • 3 Garlic cloves, sliced
  • 750 g Tomatoes, chopped
  • 2 Roasted red peppers from a jar, drained and chopped
  • 500 ml Chicken broth
  • Fresh herbs (dill, basil, or parsley), to serve
  • Crusty bread, to serve
  1. Heat the oil in a large saucepan over a low-medium heat, then cook the onion and garlic with a large pinch of salt for 10 minutes until the onion is really soft.
  2. Tip in the tomatoes, peppers and broth. Simmer for 15 minutes, season, then use a stick blender to whizz until completely smooth. Spoon into bowls, drizzle with a bit of olive oil and scatter some fresh herbs over each. Serve with crusty bread.

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Brian 4/9/22 00:24

That look delicious, yum!

foodtravelandwine 4/9/22 00:37

So delicious!! looks like we are getting close to fall!....soup season!....Abrazotes, Marcela

Tom 4/9/22 01:50

...I have both in my garden!

mjskit 4/9/22 01:59

Saved! I'm like you in that I can eat soup year round. And with fresh garden tomatoes and sweet peppers, this is a fabulous use of garden produce. Thanks! Looking scrumptious.

J.P. Alexander 4/9/22 02:21

Gracias por la receta, te mando un beso.

Mbul Kecil 4/9/22 05:50

agree with quote : every season is soup season ^___^

because in summer, soup sound great too...especially with fresh ingredient and something spicy! Yummy

Graciela Bacino 4/9/22 06:40

Exquisite Angie!
Thank you!
A kind of "Gaspacho". Only with the addition of cucumbers.
Delicious with homemade bread.
A hug.

Kitchen Riffs 4/9/22 06:49

We eat soup all the time! More in the winter, yes, but almost every week of the year. :-) This looks terrific -- so much flavor. Thanks!

Anne in the kitchen 4/9/22 07:26

Tomato, red pepper soup is one of my favorites, but I only get it in restaurants. I really need to start making it at home.

Rose world 4/9/22 08:56

Oh yes!! I love tomato soup!!! But no red pepper for me. Hehe.

Lola Martínez 4/9/22 09:31

Soy muy aficionada a las sopas de tomate, pero no le he puesto pimiento nunca, así que muchas gracias por la receta, se ve divina. Bss

Margaret D 4/9/22 09:47

Sounds alright to me that soup.

kathyinozarks 4/9/22 11:13

sounds delicious I am ready for soup weather

Anonymous 4/9/22 12:52

Hi Angie this is Bernadette. I also am a big fan of soup and just happen to have all those ingredients handy. I will be making myself a bowl very soon.

DEZMOND 4/9/22 13:22

Sounds almost like our national relish here called ajvar without the broth of course.

Anonymous 4/9/22 13:45

It's Judee- I could not agree with you more. I love soup regardless of the weather. This soup sounds really simple to make and looks delicious. Thanks for sharing it.

Christine 4/9/22 14:21

This looks so good!
Notice the 8 spider legs in the puzzle?

[Reply] 4/9/22 15:27

You can't beat a bowl of tomato soup, the ultimate comfort food in my book~

Angie's Recipes 4/9/22 16:25

@Christine But that's the only difference I have noticed.

Chef Mimi 4/9/22 17:27

I absolutely love the combination of good tomatoes and red bell peppers together. Beautiful photo!

Balvinder 4/9/22 18:55

This soup looks so vibrant and luscious!

Kelly | Foodtasia 4/9/22 22:35

Tomatoes and red peppers make a wonderful flavor combination in this cozy soup!

Norma2 4/9/22 23:54

Surely the roasted pepper, with its sweetness, will lower the acidity of the tomato to make a very rich soup

Julie 5/9/22 05:54

What a vibrant and rich colour soup, looks delicious dear :)

Veronica Lee 5/9/22 09:09

This soup looks so yummy!
Happy Monday, Angie!

Nancy Chan 5/9/22 09:56

The soup looks beautiful and delicious. For me, soup is great for all season.

Anonymous 5/9/22 11:22

Oh, my goodness, I've never had that kind of soup before, it sounds delicious! Not only that but, it would be great for me to eat, seeing I have no teeth.

speedy70 5/9/22 14:06

Adoro i peperoni, ottima zuppa, molto invitante!!!

My name is Erika. 5/9/22 15:30

Yummy! There is nothing better than homemade tomato soup.

Cooking Julia 5/9/22 20:50

This is such a flavorful soup, I love it!

Muriel 5/9/22 21:42

Ces petits bols de soupe sont très tentants : ta soupe a l'air hyper appétissante ! Bonne fin de soirée

Anonymous 6/9/22 15:18

I just love this gorgeous soup, full of flavour and so pretty! The peppers are a lovely foil to the acidic tomatoes. And, as luck would have it, I have roasted red peppers in my freezer!

Rainbow Evening 6/9/22 16:50

we eat soup anytime we like as well.....
your soup must be delicious...yummy.
Thank you for sharing recipe

Raymund 8/9/22 01:28

Looks so tasty, loving it

Roz | La Bella Vita Cucina 8/9/22 06:34

Angie, I am SO READY for soup and cooler weather! I've always made tomato soup separate from red pepper soup, so this is a MUST MAKE! Especially since tomatoes are still spilling off the vines in the garden. Sorry that I have been absent visiting your blog (and anyone's blog), work at the university is just so busy with autumn semester in full gear! Thanks for this delish-keeper recipe! Roz

Neil 9/9/22 11:43

Ha ha I'm like you Angie. I eat soup all year round too. Lovely recipe. So tasty looking and pretty easy to make too!

[Reply] 9/9/22 14:40

This sounds heavenly, tomato soup is my favorite!


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