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This was delicious! I didn't have enough half and half, so I did about 1/2 c half and half and then 1/2 c sour cream.
wow that was yummy, used a splash of milk and stirred some yogurt through before serving and it tasted amazing. Also so economical which is always appreciated!
Delicious soup! I used roasted garlic diced tomatoes as stated and I used fresh chicken broth. I omitted the butter as I used butter in my chicken broth. Love the flavor of this tomato soup. I pureed the tomatoes but lefted alittle chunky, still turned out good. I will be making this again. I served this with Classic Club Sandwiches. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
This is the easiest recipe for homemade soup that I have ever seen, and it tastes great. It's the perfect texture. If I make it again, I'll try to get seedless diced tomatoes though. To cut back on calories even more, I used a type of Greek yogurt called FAGE instead of cream or half-and-half. Speficially, I used fat-free FAGE. The yogurt is very thick and is great as a substitute for sour cream, but it's sold in very large containers, so I used it in this recipe as a way to get rid of it :) Most of it integrated perfectly, but there were a few cooked clumps in the end. Luckily, they just added even more texture and flavor to the soup. I'll definitely try this one again.
My children DO NOT like canned condensed soup; this fits the bill. I used milk (2%) insted of the half-and-half. My DH, however, said that I was spoiling perfectly good soup with the milk. He at it, and DID NOT complain. I guess it met his "high standards"! I will make this soup again, as the kids DO NOT LIKE condensed soups and this is VERY GOOD!!
It was fast and easy and tasted wonderful.