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Keto Tomato Soup

Keto Tomato Soup

This recipe for Keto Tomato Soup is incredibly creamy and thick, and it is bursting with tomato flavor. In fact, when I cook tomato soup for my friends and family, they have no idea that it is low carb and keto friendly. And considering this dish contains just over 3 NET CARBS per cup, I’m totally in favor of cooking it! In light of this, you have discovered one of the best keto soup recipes available.

You can sure that my family always has this homemade keto tomato soup on hand when the weather gets chilly.

Joe, are tomatoes keto? You might be wondering right now.

And yes is the response. In general, tomatoes are regarded as a healthy keto food when consumed in moderation.

Tomatoes are a fruit with comparatively few carbohydrates and sugars (yes, tomatoes are technically a fruit and not a vegetable).

On the other hand, prepackaged tomato broths frequently have sugars added. Additionally, since sugar is digested as a carbohydrate, many processed tomato products are off-limits to keto.

This creamy keto tomato soup recipe calls you making your own broth from raw tomatoes because of this. You may eliminate the additional sugars in processed tomato broths by using raw tomatoes, which also gives the broth a more handmade flavour.

Additionally, homemade tomato broth has a richer flavour and a little more chunkiness and heartiness than store-bought varieties.

Additionally, I’m not sure about you, but I adore how each mouthful of this soup allows you to taste how fresh it is.

By the way, if you like soup, you might also like this low-carb chilli, this keto ramen, or this broccoli cheddar soup.

INGREDIENTS

What you will need is as follows:

tomato fresh (preferably Roma tomatoes)
Almond oil
fresh cloves of garlic
Chicken broth with Provence herbs
for the tassel, salt and pepper
cream cheese and basil (optional)

A brief word about tomatoes: There are many different varieties available. Technically, any sort of tomato can be used to make tomato broth.

Roma tomatoes, however, are frequently chosen because of their low seed content and paste-like texture.

By the way, you can thicken the soup when you serve it later by adding the heavy cream as an optional component.

A little word on “herbs de Provence” as well.

Thyme, basil, rosemary, oregano, and bay leaf are typically included in the blend of herbs and spices known as “herbs de Provence,” which is only a fancy term for them. If you don’t have a bottle of herbs de Provence, you can simply use these components individually to taste.

A KETO TOMATO SOUP MODIFICATION GUIDE

Now, if you want to add a few extras to this keto tomato soup recipe to give it a little more flair:

 

Consider shredding some cheese and garnishing your soup if you have any. The ideal pairing is cheese and tomato, and some cheese can add healthy fats.
You can add a little amount of red curry paste if you want to give the dish a light spicy kick. However, be careful not to overdo it since Thai curry pastes typically contain little carbohydrates.
Onions and bell peppers are great additions to a tomato soup base.
You can add some butter or coconut milk if your soup is ultimately still too thin. Both components give the soup a creamy mouthful and are excellent sources of fat.

Last but not least, I adore serving this keto soup with a chaffle BLT or even just some toasted keto bread.

KETO TOMATO SOUP RECIPE

Consequently, tomato soup is a highly well-liked dish because it’s not only tasty but also simple to prepare.

Naturally, cooking it from a can is as simple as pouring the soup into a pot and heating it on the stove.

Making homemade tomato soup, however, may be nearly as simple and is MUCH HEALTHIER!

You only need six, possibly seven, ingredients and a few easy steps to make homemade tomato soup for yourself or your children.

In relation to children, I recall that tomato soup was one of the few foods I would voluntarily consume as a child. So, if you have finicky eaters at home, they can also like this low-carb keto tomato soup dish.

What good is tomato soup without grilled cheese, by the way? You have to make a grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup, right?

Fortunately, I also have a fantastic keto-friendly grilled cheese dish on my YouTube channel.

So if you enjoy some crunchy, cheesy goodness with your soup, you should absolutely check it out.

No of your age, you’ll like these classic recipes like grilled cheese and this creamy keto tomato soup. Am I correct?

First, get the tomatoes ready.

The oven should be preheated to 400°F first. After that, take the tomatoes and garlic and put them in a baking dish with some olive oil on top.

Now bake the tomatoes and garlic for about 25 minutes, or until they brown.

BLENDING THE TOMATOES IN STEP 2

Take the tomatoes and peel them next. After baking, they should be sufficiently softened for the skins to come off quite easily.

So if you enjoy some crunchy, cheesy goodness with your soup, you should absolutely check it out.

No of your age, you’ll like these classic recipes like grilled cheese and this creamy keto tomato soup. Am I correct?

First, get the tomatoes ready.

The oven should be preheated to 400°F first. After that, take the tomatoes and garlic and put them in a baking dish with some olive oil on top.

Now bake the tomatoes and garlic for about 25 minutes, or until they brown.

BLENDING THE TOMATOES IN STEP 2

Take the tomatoes and peel them next. After baking, they should be sufficiently softened for the skins to come off quite easily.

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INGREDIENTS

  • 4 medium tomatoes, 500g, OR 28 ounces (411g) Whole Tomatoes in Cans
  • Olive Oil, 3 Tablespoons (42g)
  • Five (13g) garlic cloves, or minced garlic
  • 480 ml or 2 cups of chicken broth
  • 1 tablespoon (3g) of Provence herbs
  • Salt, 1/2 teaspoon
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper

INSTRUCTIONS

1. Set the oven to 400°F (204°C).

On a baking sheet, combine tomatoes and garlic cloves. Add a drizzle of olive oil. You can also use canned tomatoes and already-minced garlic as mentioned above, then roast for 25 minutes in the oven.

3. Discard the skins from fresh tomatoes. Transfer the roasted tomatoes, garlic, and oil into a food processor or blender using a spatula. until smooth, purée.

4. Add the seasonings, broth, and purée to a small stockpot. Relatively thorough stirring Boiling everything together If you want a thicker consistency, simmer for a little while longer.

5. Offer hot!

NUTRITION

Calories: 140
Fat: 11
Carbohydrates: 5
Fiber: 1.5
Protein: 4
Serving Size: 1 Cup

 

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