Tomato soup with dumplings
750 ml tomato juice (puree)
1 bell pepper
1 celery (small) or ¼ from one big
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1 tbsp sugar
FEW spoons of oil
Chopped fresh parsley
For the dumplings (Will make16)
10 tbsp wheat semolina
It is very easy, first wash the vegetables and put it in a large pot (4 l). Usually I chop Them All, beside parsnip and celery.
Fill half of the can with water THEN put it on the stove to boil. Add a little bit of salt.
When They are ready, add the tomato juice (or puree) and the oil and Give it to boil. Taste for salt.
Set aside and prepare the dumplings as Following:
Beat the eggs THEN add a pinch of salt.
Stir in the wheat semolina (8-10 tbsp), little by little, avoiding the lumps. The Consistency of the composition must be like a tick cream.
Usually, for this soup, I boil separately Them, Because, It Happened to Me to Remain hard in the middle, so we boil Them Will separate in the can with water.
Bring the water to a boil and add the dumplings with the spoon. Let Them When They double in size and is ready, sprinkle a little bit of cold water on Their surface. (Will this make more fluffy Them). Then add Them to the soup.
Chop the parsley and put in the soup.
is very easy to do and in the mean time, delicious!
Tuesday, July 9, 2013 - 1:56am