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Tomato Spinach Soup

Tomatoes. I need them. I sincerely must have them for my cooking ((Lamb Kofta Curry). My curries mostly are perfected with the sour tinge from tomatoes (Thai Green Fish Curry & Bitter Gourd Prawn Curry) and pretty much for other dishes as well (Tomato RiceAyam Masak Merah). Tomatoes into soups. Of course. Why? You should (Chicken Vegetable Soup & Mor Rasam). Obviously so, I don't have say anything further about this Tomato Spinach Soup. Oh, yes-yes, I am all in for spinach too (Spinach Tofu Stir Fry). What's with this soup? A vegetarian version and my style as you know, for those of you who know me, I don't search, seek and search high and low for ingredients. I am pretty much the convenient cook. The cook who look within the hypermarket I am staying close by. Even for this Tomato Spinach Soup. The health is wealth soup. Simplicity in return speaking for itself (Turmeric Tomato Soup).  


Ingredients
1 bunch (about 400g) spinach - remove roots, wash thoroughly and sliced thinly
1 (about 200g) tomato - sliced thinly
5 garlic - chopped
1 onion - chopped
2 sprigs spring onion- sliced thinly
1/2 liter stock (any type of stock, I used vegetable stock)
2 tbsp oil
Salt and pepper for taste

Method
When oil is heated, saute garlic and onion. 
Add tomato and stir for a minute or two. 
Pour in the stock and simmer to heat through. 
Season with salt and pepper.
Add spinach, stir and off the heat.
Garnish with spring onion.

Comments

  1. wow, for someone being tired after work. you still whip up something impressive. Kudos to u!

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  2. Awesome and so super easy!!!The best part is that it uses staple ingredients :)

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  3. Nava,I am surprised that you managed to write comments even being off for few days. A bowl of warm soup is always welcoming after a tiring day. Your soup is healthy and delicious.

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  4. Delicious soup Nava love these kind of soup when I need some break from cooking.

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  5. Nothing slows you down better than a lovely cup of soup. Take it easy, darling! Life is too short ;)

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  6. great recipe. Thanks for sharing! This would be perfect for the coming fall season...or now hehe :)

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  7. im drooling for this now... ms.nava!! your food here always makes my saliva running out!! haha

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  8. I think this soup is perfect to warm and relax you after a hard day my friend :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  9. hi nava.. wow 1 a very delicious looking dish. gonna love love this-pic very appetizing. i had net connection problem and my browser collapsed. been inactive lately. have a nice day

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  10. What a healthy bowl of soup you came up with, Nava. I chuckled when I read your wish about having more than 24 hours a day because I used to think that but I got tired. Now, I just go day by day and if I can't finish a task in one day. . . oh well, there will be tomorrow. Have a good weekend, Nava!

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  11. Beautiful, colorful soup! The weather will actually be on the cool side tomorrow...I'm starting to think it's soup weather!

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  12. oh that's so healthy :) love the colorful shades in it

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  13. This type of healthy soup I love it especially to warm up a butterfly tummy.

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  14. Healthy bowl. Appetizing. Wish you a happy new year.

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