According to the calendar, it’s March, which should mean springtime. We aren’t quite there yet in Minnesota, but I know it’s coming. I’ve been craving spring flavors—bright, light, herby flavors—and I found a tomato soup recipe with a ton of basil that will tide me over until the snow finally melts.
This is one of my favorite tomato soup recipes, which I modified a bit. Soups almost always call for sweating vegetables in a pot, but to inject even more flavor, I’m roasting them in my KitchenAid Commercial-Style Range. Roasting veggies brings out a sweetness that you don’t get when sweating. I’ve also got more consistent roasting power with the KitchenAid Even-Heat™ True Convection technology. No more rotating pans throughout the roasting process to ensure even cooking.
My KitchenAid Commercial-Style Range makes creating this masterpiece even easier, as I’m also able to control my oven with Alexa, which comes in handy during prep time. I can pre-heat and set a timer, all by using my voice.
With all the functionality of the oven, the fact that it looks this stylish in the space is an added bonus.
This is such a simple spring tomato soup recipe to make (especially using canned tomatoes!). I love how all the flavors come together in this recipe and are made more complex with the roasted veggies.
Adapted from Ciao Florentina
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BY Kate Arends - March 22, 2022
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