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Tomato Bisque I

Rated as 4.36 out of 5 Stars

"Fast and easy! Increasing it is easy too, just open up another can!"
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Ingredients

servings 157
Original recipe yields 4 servings

Directions

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  1. Place stewed tomatoes in a saucepan. Bring to boil, and then turn down to simmer. Stir in cream or nondairy creamer. Stir in basil, and serve.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 157 calories; 11.5 13.6 2.5 41 460 Full nutrition

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I made this soup last year on Christmas Eve for a

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Am I the only person who had problems with curdled soup? It still tasted wonderful, but didn't look or feel appetizing. I followed the directions, but as soon as I added the cream it curdled.

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I made this soup last year on Christmas Eve for a

So YUMMY and so EASY. I had a Tomato Bisque at a restaurant & loved it so much that I needed to find a recipe to match. This is definitely the taste I was looking for.

Another great recipe and so easy to make. I pureed the tomatoes, added the cream, basil, garlic, dash of salt and rice for substance. The family loved it!

Wonderful! I slightly pureed the tomatoes so that it would be the right consistency. And added way more basil, garlic powder, a hint of mint, and a hint of cayene pepper. It is so good and filli...

Am I the only person who had problems with curdled soup? It still tasted wonderful, but didn't look or feel appetizing. I followed the directions, but as soon as I added the cream it curdled.

I've never made a Tomato Bisque before and this one turned out great! It was very filling. I pureed the stewed tomatoes to make it easier to eat and dip my warm wheat french toast in it. It was ...

This is a great starter you can really have fun with. I used fresh cilantro AND basil, a little minced garlic and fat free half and half. I think the possibilities are endless here. I might eve...

Delicious and so quick and easy. I will definitely be making it again and again. Like other reviewers, I also pureed the stewed tomatoes.

This recipe is amazing not only because the soup is wonderful but the time to make it is only 10 - 17 minutes. We added some fresh basil as well as the dried basil more to add some color than an...