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cold tomato soup

cold tomato soup
cold tomato soup Really delicious tomato soup, cool, light, perfect for hot summer days! It can be prepared the day before and this makes very good choice for a first course in complex menu. From
5 stars rate, from 4 people

Preparation time: 40 minutes 24 hours standby | Cooking: 1 minutes | Total time: 41 minutes 24 waiting
Recipe for: 6 servings

Nutrition information per 1 portion
Calories: 140 Calories | Fat: 12 g.

Ripe tomatoes: 1,5 kilogram
Chopped κρεμμύδι : 1 moderate
Garlic: 1 clove
Ζάχαρη : 1 teaspoon
stale bread: 1 big slice (without the crust)
Ελαιόλαδο : 5 tablespoons
Vinegar: 1 teaspoon
Salt, pepper: as you like

1. Wash tomatoes, cut and throw away the hard part of the stem and chop. Sprinkle with 1 teaspoon salt, stir them and put them in a colander, over bowl to collect their liquid, to drip 1 time.
2. Pour the tomatoes into another bowl, add onion, garlic and sugar. In broth that pulled tomatoes, put bread and let 1 minute soak. The remove and place and that the bowl with tomatoes.
3. Put the tomatoes in 2 - 3 doses in a blender and hit, together with 3 tablespoons of olive oil (you add it while the blender is working). When completely melted, to go through fine sieve and pressed well with a spoon or spatula, Make all the liquid and solid residues only stay in colander.
4. Stir in tomato vinegar, salt and pepper, the cover and refrigerate for 24 hours (you can keep it in the fridge 2 days).
5. Before serving, Remove from the refrigerator, experience and if necessary add salt and pepper, sugar or vinegar. Divide the dishes, Drizzle with the remaining olive oil, if desired sprinkle with a little mint or parsley and serve.

Prepared in 2 September 2015 by Luise

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