2 large spanish onions , 12 large beefsteak tomatoes , 4 Large Eggplant , 2 Bulbs Garlic , 8 Medium Green Zuccini , 5 Medium Yellow Zuccini , 5 Large green peppers , 5 Large Yellow Peppers , 4 Large Sweet red pepper , 4 Large orange Pepper
1 Medium green Cabbage
This soup is made with only non starchy low calorie vegetables , and your guests will go nuts over this one , I Tested this approx five times untill i came up with this combination
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Classic Tomato Soup
This comforting tomato soup is super easy and super delicious. Canned San Marzano tomatoes marry with soft, sautéed onions and garlic, a pinch of red pepper, and chicken broth to create a soothing, savory bowl. Finished with a bit of cream, this is begging for a grilled cheese sandwich on the side. But really, it tastes great with lots of things, as well as on its own (though a basil and Parmesan garnish doesn't hurt). Read more.
Basic Vegetable Soup
This soup is an equally wonderful way to use up all the leftover veggie odds and ends in your fridge, or to celebrate the freshest produce in season by buying it specifically for the dish (and if you get a CSA box, it can serve both purposes). Whatever vegetables you use, this is an easy, nutritious, and delicious meal, and endlessly customizable. Fresh pesto makes a great, vibrant garnish, but you could also simply sprinkle on a bit of grated Parmesan and cracked black pepper. Read more.