Slow-Roasted Tomato Soup ♥

Are you roasting tomatoes? Are you roasting tomatoes? Are you roasting tomatoes? Are you roasting tomatoes? Are you roasting tomatoes?

Hurry! Time is running out!
It's time! Don't let the window slam shut!

FROM THE ARCHIVES ... Wondering what to do with roasted tomatoes? Just look at all these wonderful possibilities! And here's how to roast tomatoes.

ONE LAST TIME Are you roasting tomatoes? ;-)

Hands-on time: 10 minutes
Time to table: 25 minutes (with pre-roasted tomatoes)
Makes 5 cups
Weight Watchers 3 points per cup
NetCarb 17 per cup

3 cups chicken broth or vegetable stock
1 tablespoon unsalted butter
1 tablespoon sugar
1 onion, diced small
4 cloves garlic, minced
2 cups slow-roasted tomatoes (from roasting 4 pounds, see how to slow-roast tomatoes)
½ cup half ‘n’ half
Salt & pepper to taste

Bring broth to boil in the microwave.

Meanwhile, melt butter in a Dutch oven over medium heat. Add sugar, onion and garlic and sauté until softened but not browning. Stir in the slow-roasted tomatoes and hot broth and return to a boil. Add half ‘n’ half and rewarm but do not allow to boil.

Per Cup: 177 Cal (40% from Fat); 9g Tot Fat; 4g Sat Fat; 22g Carb; 5g Fiber; 372mg Sodium; 15mg Cholesterol; Weight Watchers 3 points

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Alanna Kellogg
Alanna Kellogg

A Veggie Venture is home of "veggie evangelist" Alanna Kellogg and the famous asparagus-to-zucchini Alphabet of Vegetables.


  1. Yes, I want to make some roasted tomato soup. And more roasted tomatoes too! Farmer's Market this weekend.

    I just tagged you for Five Things to Eat Before You Die. Hope you don't mind doing it.

  2. This is getting serious. Admitedly I am no domestic diva but lately because of all these wonderful blogs (the Veggie Adventure being my favorite of course ;) ) I find myself getting into feeding us better. And now it appears that 'Himself' is going to get into the act. He peaked over my shoulder just now and saw me reading the roasted tomato soup recipe and announced with great determination and gusto that 'HE' was going to make this luscious soup for us,(he IS partial to soups)and we do have those yummy roasted tomatoes you taught us how to prepare, so he figures he's all set, and I am cheering him on! This from a guy and gal who can barely make toast and tea for breakie!!!!! Will report on 'Himself's' first turn in the kitchen, merçi beaucoup for whetting our appetites!!!!

  3. i love roasted tomatoes and this soup look amazing! i'm making this soon.

  4. Yes, I'm roasting! I make a soup very much like this, but without the half 'n half. Because I roast my tomatoes with garlic and herbs, it's nice to add a giant garlic crouton on top of the soup. Thanks for another yummy recipe.

  5. I have a wonderful recipe for roasted tomato and basil soup (courtesy of the LCBO magazine), and it uses arborio rice as a thickener. Truly one of the best soups I have ever made.

  6. Kalyn: I'm already behind. Nothing's yet gone into the freezer!

    Connie: He's a charmer, Hisself.

    Kick: It's worth a pleat or two!

    Lydia: I often throw a few croutons from the freezer onto soup, too.

    Hokeepoke: Fun name! I hope you'll post your soup once you get rolling! Lots of Canadian food bloggers. And lots of Canadian recipes from me, since my Mom's side is all Canadian.

  7. Dotty, Stuart, FLJune 13, 2009

    Hi Alanna,
    I just stumbled upon your website and I love it! I like fruit but LOVE vegetables. I just made the roasted tomato soup and it was wonderful. Even my husband who is not fond of tomato soup loves it. Thanks so much for the time and effort you put into it.


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