Yield: Yields 8 cups.
This bisque can be made up to two days in advance. Although the yellow color is quite charming, red tomatoes can be substituted.
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My family loves this recipe. We have been making it for years now.
Insipid, watery and no character whatsoever. I'm not trying to be a jerk here but this was so disappointing and a waste of money and time to make. I since have looked up other "top rated" recipes for tomato bisque online and find that the recipes are far more elaborate with ingredients like carrots, celery, sherry, tomato paste other herbs and spices. I should have been smart enough to know that this recipe is missing way too much in the ingredients category.
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