Servings: six; yields about 10 cups.
What makes this tomato soup extraordinary is the fresh orange and cumin that flavor it; they lend a mysterious, extra-special something to this modern version of a classic.
Quick recipe. The straining and the potoato give the soup a velvety texture. I was not fond of the cumin - found it a bit overpowering. Would sub another herb in future.
We made this per the recipe but did not strain it. Absolutely fantastic!! It's a large batch, so the next day for lunch, we added sriracha. So tasty! And, since I love anything with a runny egg on top, I added a poached egg. Just can't go wrong with this recipe.
Delicious! Made as per recipe and wouldn't change a thing.
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