This is a simple, tasty soup fairly easy to prepare.
- 4/5 carrots
- 2 small tomatoes
- 7-8 whole black pepper
- 1 onion
Chop the onion into fine pieces. In a soup vessel, place 1 tablespoon
of butter. Heat on low flame. After the butter melts, put the
chopped onions, fry well for 5-6 minutes. Cut the carrots into
small pieces, put them in, also cut the tomatos and put them in.
Pour 2 glasses of water, increase the heat. Allow the water to
boil well, put whole pepper into it and continue to boil for 5-7
Switch off heat, allow the semi-boiled carrots and tomato
to cool. Transfer the contents to a mixer/grinder, run the mixer
for 4-5 minutes, stopping once a minute to check.
Take a large metallic juice strainer, slowly pour the contents
from the mixer through the strainer, back to the soup vessel.
Stir with a spoon. Finally, press with hand to squeeze the liquid
portion through the strainer, leaving the pulp above. If there
are pieces of carrots left do not worry. Now, tranfer the pulp
back to the mixer, pour 1/2 glass of water, run the mixer again
and repeat the straining process.
Put the soup vessel on a low heat, put enough salt to taste.
Heat till the soup is hot but do not allow it to boil. Serve
hot in bowls, this one will taste great and provides one serving
for 4 people. It will build good appetite, serves as a refreshing
hot drink in cold weather. For children, it is one of the good
ways to provide lots of carrot (good for the eyes, have you
ever seen a rabbit wearing glasses ?#!).