The Atelier of Taste Autumn is the best time for eating soups. They’re warming up, a nice warmth
spreads around the stomach… – Plus they’re tasty!
– All of this is true. Episode 311
Oriental cream of tomato I’ve managed to get the last of the soup or preserve tomatoes,
as they call them in our market place. Don’t let their shriveled skin trick you!
They’re really delicious. These may be the last tomatoes
with the right taste and aroma this season. So run to your market place to look for tomatoes. And if you don’t get them
or want to make the soup later, use pelati tomatoes. We don’t remove the peel
because it’s doesn’t disagree with us. We just blend them well.
But if you have doubts or you know it’s bad for you scald and peel them. We remove the hard, inedible parts of tomatoes and all the parts
which may suggest they’re organic as well. We dice them thickly and put them into a pot. As you can see,
it goes very fast with two people. But it’s because we really want to have warm soup. Today our plan is to spend time outside
and breathe the fresh and brisk air. The tomatoes we’ve used
are really juicy and delicious. Therefore, the soup will need thickening. We don’t want to use carbs for that.
So we won’t add flour but hemp seeds. They’re pure protein
and have a nice combination of omega acids. We put 6 tablespoons of them
into a grinder and grind. When the tomatoes start boiling, reduce the heat a little. We can prepare coriander as well. It’ll go on top. But this will happen at the end. If you like this quick,
nutritious cream soup idea, you can give the episode a thumbs up. If you’re looking for other soup ideas,
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be very happy and we’ll definitely reply. The tomatoes have cooked. Time to blend them. And it’s time for seasoning.
Here’s cumin as it’s an oriental soup. So there’s curry too.
We add chili so that it’s even spicier. Some salt of course so that it’s not bland. We’ve got soy sauce and balsamic vinegar too. They’ll enhance the tomato flavour. And a drop of sesame oil. Or even a large drop. We blend it, add coconut milk, bring it to the boil again
and we can take it off the stove. And thicken it of course. – A small coffee…
– Oh, yes! The cups are somewhere here. And we add hemp seeds
to such hot but no longer boiling soup. It’s about not boiling them so that they
don’t lose their beneficial properties. Now we blend it again and it can be served. If you have no time to cook
or don’t want to do it, visit the Atelier Smaku bistro&deli. And if you’re far from Gdynia,
you can visit our online shop. And at ateliersmaku.pl you’ll find detailed recipes and information
about cooking workshop dates. A little coriander on top of course. – A drop of…
– …sesame oil. Enjoy it, it’s good for you! And let’s go to the terrace
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