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Biscuit, our dog, loves to play ball. Consequently everything that is round is considered to be a ball. Including bread rolls. This tomato soup with ravioli is a quick-fix family favorite - and we always have it with round crusty rolls. We have them with butter. We dunk them in soup. We use them as aids to chase and capture the last ravioli bites. Biscuit licks his lips at the smell of the ravioli but his tail wags most as he watches all of the "balls" being passed around the table. So this soup has become known around our house as "Biscuit's Tomato Bisque"
This breakfast from Iran is a nice all-veg change from the usual stuff, but it can equally be made as a side dish, a dip, or take its place in a mezzeh. Or, half-bake a thin pizza crust, spread kadoo pish gaza on, and pop back into the oven till the dough is fully baked.
If you want to use fresh tomatoes instead of canned, you'll need to start with 200g (8 oz).
This is my mother in law's gazpacho recipe. It is a typical drink in Spain in the summer because it is refreshing and healthy. The illustration is the result of Ohn Mar Win Food illustration class in Skillshare and inspired in the 70's. I hope you like the illustration and enjoy the recipe.
Tommy and I were dating when I was 14. My fondest memory associated with this time is visiting his Italian mom. Their home always smelled from something delicious like; garlic, tomato sauce, soups, and espresso. One day, I decided to make minestrone! At that time, I knew practically nothing about cooking. The next time we visited her I proudly announced that I made minestrone! Smiling, she asked me how I made it. I naively said, “From a can!” Her smile dropped and she didn’t say a word. Ouch! If only she could see this recipe and try a bowl, I'm sure that she would be molto felice (very happy)!