This was excellent! I used a bottled roasted red pepper to save time (but I rinsed it of the briny water it was in) and used good tomatoes (Muir Glen) and would recommend both of those things. I also left out the almonds by mistake and no one missed them. Skipped the blender and used the hand mixer -- worked just fine. Served with simple grilled shrimp and my husband went on and on about it, which he rarely does. Definitely a keeper!
Tomato Soup with Roasted Chickpeas
Namaste Posted: 07/16/11
Kaliko Posted: 12/21/11
This recipe is so easy to make. I have omitted the ham several times and it still tastes wonderful. I have also substituted whole tomatoes and hand torn them into the soup for texture, pureeing only part of it. That is also a nice variation. I have made this recipe several times, each time with a variation. Definitely a keeper.
BrendaLRGale Posted: 01/10/12
I'm not a fan of tomato soup, but this was SO delicious! Loved the roasted chickpeas, the garlic, the ham. Very nice combo of flavors! And only 7 pts!!
quinns16 Posted: 09/18/12
This was probably the best tomato soup I've ever had! It was sooooo good! The tomato soup on its own was fantastic, but the toppings just took it up another notch. Will definitely have to make this again!
Alirenee86 Posted: 01/26/14
Absolutely love it! I initially made it for my husband who loves a really good tomato soup out to dinner, never was my thing but boy is it now! I make it just as recipe says except I use Pancetta instead of ham and when I don't have a roasted red pepper on hand, I use a dash of cayenne pepper and instead of heavy whipping cream, I use light cream and it has a great rich taste and a bit healthier. My husband eats it and says, "this is it". I love the roasted chick pea idea, works so well all together! A cinch to make and make it often now!