Best oven-roasted tomato soup with VeGaN Parmesan.
Many families in Central Europe cook bullion for Sunday lunch. Usually, it is a slowly cooked bullion from chicken or duck, and sometimes from pork or beef meat and bones.
I cooked one yesterday as well. It was my favorite vegetable bullion (VeGaN) which I cook already for several months. As usual, I cooked a bigger portion. Mostly because I like to freeze it and use it later in my VeGaN dishes.
Today I decided to use the leftovers bit differently. Instead of freezing it down I used it straight away in a tomato soup 🙂 (by the way, in Poland there is a huge tradition to cook the tomato soup from bullion on Mondays 🙂 ).
As a base, I used oven-roasted tomatoes and some garlic, onion and fresh herbs. The soup turned out pretty delicious and I will definitely cook it again. Just maybe I will use less garlic 🙂 (instead of 4 cloves I will add only 2).
In case you have some leftover bullion at home as well, but you do not know how to use it, cook a tomato soup out of it 🙂 It will be a perfect option 🙂
I find a recipe for vegan parmesan on Pinterest but can’t find it on your page! I see it mentioned with this tomato soup but you don’t have the recipe included! Very annoying. And what’s up with the capital G and N in vegan??
Hello Lynn. To be very honest it seems that you misunderstood the recipe for the VeGaN Parmesan. The full recipe is written in that pin and also, in a pin description is a statement that the pin is an actual recipe. And the capital G and N in the word VeGaN is just a capital G and N. I like it that way 🙂
In the Pin recipe, you say to blend the parmesan ingredients in a blender. Then what? How did you get it into a firm block, as in your photo?
Hi, after blending you can add 2 tablespoons of melted coconut oil, mix it well and shape to a “cheese”. Store in the fridge so the coconut oil gets firm. Hope this helps 🙂 Jan