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Creamy Roasted Tomato Soup, Vegan and low-FODMAP


Creamy Roasted Tomato Soup with Basil
Creamy Roasted Tomato Soup with Basil

Comfort food revisited! This take on a classic tomato soup is elevated with the use of roasted tomatoes and a touch of creamy coconut milk, yet it is also suitable for a vegan, low-FODMAP diet.  Creamy Roasted Tomato Soup is finished with fresh basil leaves making it the perfect accompaniment for a grilled cheese, or a tempeh bacon lettuce tomato sandwich or a sunflower mock tuna sandwich.


For those of us suffering from IBS or utilizing a low-FODMAP diet, soup can be difficult to enjoy because of the high quantities of onion and garlic most soups contain.  Even if not prominent, garlic and onion fructans exist in the broth used as the base of soups.  I created this recipe for myself for when I need to cut back on FODMAP content.  I use fire-roasted tomatoes because they are pre-cooked, bringing down the acidity of the tomatoes, and they have a roasted, lightly charred flavor that helps bring depth to the soup in the absence of garlic and onions.


Vegan Creamy Roasted Tomato Soup w/Toast
Vegan Creamy Roasted Tomato Soup w/Toast

I like to use fennel bulb in my tomato-based dishes when an onion would be called for. Fennel and tomatoes are complementary flavors and even those not following a low-FODMAP diet will enjoy the slight difference from an onion base. Torn basil leaves add a nice fresh element just before serving. As with most soups, this is much better the second day!





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