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Easy tomato soup and grilled cheese croutons from Barefoot Contessa Foolproof: Recipes You Can Trust by Ina Garten

  • saffron
  • Gruyère cheese
  • heavy cream
  • orzo pasta
  • canned tomatoes
  • chicken stock
  • country bread
  • yellow onions

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Notes about this recipe

  • raybun on April 03, 2017

    This is a very good recipe. I only made the soup and my guests really enjoyed it after a long flight. I made Jamie Olivers cheesy scones (Jamie magazine march 2017) to go with it.

  • ianapoli on June 28, 2015

    wonderful recipe - have made many times, Granny Robbye loved this soup and I made it often for her in per last months. Dec 1212

  • Rachaelsb on January 03, 2014

    The perfect tomato soup. I did not add saffron---seemed to tamper with the pureness of flavor but one day maybe I will be brave enough. Definitely my new go to tomato soup!

  • clouse91 on December 11, 2013

    I wasn't crazy about the saffron in this recipe, and would definitely make it again using basil and oregano, or just adding some prepared pesto. The orzo makes it a bit heartier and the kids liked the addition of pasta in the soup.

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Reviews about this recipe

  • Leite's Culinaria

    It comes together from scratch with barely more effort than heating up some Campbell’s—and we don’t think we need to tell you it’s worth that teensy extra investment of work.

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