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Cauliflower Tomato Soup

Rated as 4.45 out of 5 Stars

"We usually have tomato soup at least once a week, so I've tried to find ways to dress it up. This recipe is one of my favorites."
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Ingredients

30 m servings
Original recipe yields 2 servings

Directions

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  1. In a saucepan, saute leek and celery in butter until tender. Stir in the remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil; reduce heat. Cover and simmer for 12-16 minutes or until the vegetables are tender.

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Most helpful positive review

This soup is really good-a great "warmer-upper". However I varied it a bit. I added onions and mushrooms to the other veggies and substituted fresh garlic for the dill. Also instead of 1 1/2 ...

Most helpful critical review

Simple. Thanks. I suggest cutting cauliflower up very small with this one.

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This soup is really good-a great "warmer-upper". However I varied it a bit. I added onions and mushrooms to the other veggies and substituted fresh garlic for the dill. Also instead of 1 1/2 ...

I tried both a water based version and milk (creamy tomato) version. The recipe works just as good for both, but I have a preference for creamy tomato version. I added a touch more sweet peas...

This is by far the best soup recipie I've come across. I made a few changes though. Instead of tomato soup I used tomato juice. Instead of leeks (my grocery store didn't have them) I used a wh...

I wasn't feeling well and needed something quick to serve my family alongside grilled cheese. We loved this! Because there's seven of us I used two family-sized cans of soup. I used 3 cups of...

Unbelievably fast and fabulous! And the best part was that the kids devoured it. I also substituted part water for chicken stock, added mushrooms, and used green onions instead of leeks(only bec...

This was really good! Since I am on the road and using a hotel room kitchenette I didn't bother buying the peas and dill. I actually browned the cauliflower in the pan with the leek and celery. ...

It was very simple to make and amazingly, my husband liked it! He is the chef in the family. It tasted great with cornbread and topped with shredded chedder

Gave it 5 stars for the simplicity of such a tasty soup. Used green onions instead of leeks, added mushrooms and garlic and added a can of diced tomatoes as well.

I omitted the leek because I didn't have plans to use leeks in anything else this week, and I didn't want to buy a whole bunch for the quarter of a cup called for in this recipe. This was a gre...