Fresh tomato soup is a wonderful addition to the summer season. The addition of roast red pepper along with crusty sourdough croutons gives this dish a wonderful deep body.
When To Eat
I recommend eating this dish from July to September.
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|Red Pepper||1 Pepper||0.149|
|Olive Oil||3 Tablespoon||0.211|
|Red Onion (Finely Sliced)||1 Small||0.017|
|Garlic (Chopped)||3 Clove||0.018|
|Smoked Paprika||1 Teaspoon||0.008|
|Miso (Disolved in 100ml of water)||0.5 Teaspoon||0.001|
|Basil (Chopped)||6 Stalks||0.005|
|Sourdough Bread (Chopped into 3-4 cm chunks)||100 g||0.14|
This meal is around 85% less polluting than the average UK meal.
- Eating this recipe will save around 2.52 kg CO2e per person.
- That's equivalent to the emissions produced driving 20.81km in a modern car.
- Preheat your oven to 200C(fan)/ 180C (non fan)/gas mark 6 and place the pepper on the oven rack, roasting for 10-15 minutes until the pepper is soft. While the oven is in use, make your croutons by coating the bread in the miso, and a drizzle olive oil, with a pinch of pepper and roasting and until golden.
- Meanwhile, in a saucepan, heat the oil and cook the onion and garlic on a medium/low heat until soft.
- Next, add the chopped tomatoes and simmer until the chunks being to break down. Peel and de-seed the pepper, chop and add to the pan along with 400 ml water and the quinoa. Continue to simmer for another 10 minutes until the quinoa is cooked.
- Turn off the heat and add the basil, season to taste.
- Serve warm or cold with an extra drizzle of olive oil and topped with the croutons.