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“Shall we have soup?”

It’s mid October and I am still processing tomatoes! “Shall we have soup? ” I asked Mr E.  “Oh no. Not AGAIN!”, he groaned back.

Well what to do with yet another colander full of tomatoes.?  So I searched the internet which took me to

Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall’s recipe

for Roasted Tomato sauce. which can and now is frozen.

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There’s the roasted tomaotes

and here’s the sauce, which took a lot of elbow grease to get through the sieve

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I might have over done the olive oil! It’s now in the freezer, so all I have to do is figure out what to use it for. It did taste yummy tho’. Meantime there’s lots of green tomatoes still outside. Chutney anyone?

Joining with  Heather from Townsend House for lots of other delicious food.

 

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Comments on: "“Shall we have soup?”" (10)

  1. Yes make the chutney, homemade is just the best.

  2. I bet roasting the tomatoes give them a great flavor for the sauce. We still have some nice sized tomatoes on the vine but there hasn’t been enough sunshine in the last two weeks to ripen them. Homegrown ones are the best! HPS

  3. It’s great on pizzas and also the basis for pasta sauce. You might be able to ‘slice’ off the oil layer while still frozen when you come to use it. Looks yummy.

  4. Also I bought a ‘mouli’ for this and use it also for taking the pips out of homemade raspberry jam. It takes out a lot of the hard work in a quarter of the time.

  5. Yum! I can just imagine how flavourful that must be 🙂

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