Cold Tomato Soup Recipe With Variants Tips

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My cold tomato soup recipe could inspire you to cook it yourself…

This soup is a refreshing affair in summer.

Combine fresh herbs such as basil, lovage, marjoram and oregano with the soup with tomatoes.

The aromatic green delights the eye and the palate.  

Make your favorite people happy and serve this delicious soup.

It takes you less than 30 minutes. I wish you good luck!

1. Recipe Cold Tomato Soup

Let’s start right away with the instructions, it’s so handy.

After the recipe you will find more tips.

Feel free to contact us with cooking questions via the comment function at the bottom of the page.

Cold Tomato Soup

Cooked, photographed and written down by chef Thomas Sixt.

Servings 2
Calories 565
Total Time 50 Min.

Simple guide to prepare cold dish with tomatoes.

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Cold tomato soup recipe image
Cold tomato soup recipe image © Thomas Sixt

Preparation Time

40 Min.

Ingredients

500 g canned tomatoes (or canned tomatoes or tomato passata)
2 tbsp Olive oil
1/2 tsp primal salt
4 Pinches black ground pepper
1 tsp brown can sugar
2 Pinches Cayenne pepper
1 Piece glove of garlic (or young green garlic)
20 ml dry white wine (or Prosecco)
1 Piece Avocado
80 g Sheep cheese
1 Piece Lime
100 g corn chips
4 Blätter basil leafs

Instruction

Tomatoes scored for skinning
Score tomatoes before blanching

Prepare tomatoes

Score the tomatoes in a cross shape with a sharp knife.

peel blanched tomatoes
The blanched, cold ones! Peel tomatoes with a small knife.

Skin tomatoes

Blanch prepared tomatoes in boiling water for about 25-30 seconds.

Cool the tomatoes quickly in ice water and peel.

-> Alternatively, you can cool the tomatoes under cold running water.

Deseed the tomatoes
Quarter the blanched, cooled and peeled tomatoes and remove the pits.

Tomato cubes

Fillet two tomatoes and cut the flesh into small cubes.

Prepare the diced tomatoes as a soup accompaniment for the soup.

Tomatoes in a shaker
Tomatoes with tomato seeds in a blender jar.

Prepare soup

Cut the remaining blanched and peeled tomatoes into quarters and place in a bowl.

Mix with olive oil, salt, pepper, sugar, some cayenne pepper, finely chopped garlic and white wine with a hand blender and chill.

Cold tomato soup with diced tomatoes, chili, lime, avocado, feta cheese and corn chips
Cold tomato soup with side dishes and soup accompaniments on a board.

Soup insert

Dice the avocado flesh, dice the feta cheese, place the corn chips in bowls, finely chop the basil.

Cold tomato soup recipe image
Cold tomato soup recipe image © Thomas Sixt

Serve

Arrange the cold bowl in soup bowls, serve with the halved lime and the accompaniments.

You can customize the taste with a little Worcestershire sauce or soy sauce.

2. Nutritional Values

3. Prepare Cold Tomato Soup From Fresh Tomatoes

For the cold tomato soup you need fantastically fragrant, ripe tomatoes.

Other ingredients for this cold summer soup are olive oil and some garlic , optionally some white wine , salt, pepper , cayenne pepper and sugar .

Alternatively, you can use canned tomatoes. I will introduce you to the various products under point 4.

You can prepare this cold bowl in different ways, complementing it with basil pesto and crispy fried basil leaves is one of my favorite ways.

In the recipe I show you a nice idea, combined with avocado, feta cheese and corn chips.

Deep fried basil leaves.
Crispy fried basil leaves are the highlight topping.
Make your own pesto in a jar photographed from above.
Homemade pesto in a jar. Recipe picture © Thomas Sixt

The preparation at a glance:

Tomato after blanching.
Skinning tomatoes.
peel blanched tomatoes
The blanched, cold ones! Peel tomatoes with a small knife.

4. Cold Tomato Soup Made From Canned Tomatoes or Strained Tomatoes

You can also prepare the cold tomato bowl from canned tomatoes or tomatoes that have been passed through.

It’s faster, but the taste is different. The canned tomatoes are finally cooked.

I only make this version of the soup when I don’t have fresh tomatoes on hand.

After all, in summer there are always fresh tomatoes that taste great.

A cold tomato bowl is rarely served with the Christmas menu.

Here is an overview of the different canned tomatoes.

Make up your own mind and decide according to your personal taste!

Cold soup made from fresh tomatoes tastes fine, light, you can taste the sun on your tongue!

Ingredients tip from chef Thomas Sixt
Canned tomatoes
Whole tomatoes in a can.
Tomato pulp
Pulp Tomatoes with discernible pieces of fruit.
Sieved tomatos
Passed tomatoes © Thomas Sixt

5. Other Suitable Ideas On the Topic

Comments, Cooking Questions and Answers

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  • Hi Thomas!

    Thx for the great Recipe and this decoration ideas 🙂

    My Question:
    What difference does it make in the taste if I use white wine or Prosecco? 🙂

    Does the carbon dioxide also make a difference?

    Greetings from Zel

    Reply

    • Hello Zel,

      thank you for your message and the positive feedback.

      the amount of prosecco is so small and only gives a little touch.

      So both are fine!

      Kind regards Thomas

      Reply

  • Hi Chef 👋 Thomas,

    Tastes really great!

    I liked the cold soup, thank you for the recipe 👍

    Greetings Christine

    Reply

    • Hello Christine,

      Such a message makes me very happy!

      thank you for your feedback.

      Kind regards Thomas

      Reply

  • Hello Thomas,

    Nice Photos and good guide!

    Thank you for the nice instructions and the tips for the variants.

    In fact, on Saturday evening I didn't have enough fresh fresh tomatoes at home.

    So I have to try the variant with canned tomatoes.

    Since I'm not an Avodaco fan, I tried your basil chips, I'll remember them now.

    Where else do you use this?

    We had a lovely evening with a fine, cold soup. Thank you! Greetings Perry

    Reply

    • Hello Perry,

      Thanks 🙂

      Merci 🙂 for your beautiful lines that I like to read.

      Variant recipes have exactly this advantage:

      there is something for everyone and the creative streak is stimulated.

      I like to combine the basil chips with

      —> spaghetti with tomato sauce ,

      and with…

      —> spaghetti with pesto Genovese and with fish dishes in general.

      I even decorated a basil chip nest :-). Feel free to contact us with questions and kitchen gossip.

      I look forward to a lively exchange! Kind regards Thomas

      Reply

  • Hi Chef Thomas,

    Here is Elise writing after a good meal 🙂

    I've already been able to harvest the first beautiful tomatoes from the garden and prepared a cold tomato bowl according to your instructions.

    The fresh tomatoes taste exceptionally fine and your tips are great.

    For me personally, the soy sauce brought the taste kick. I'll remember that now for other tomato preparations.

    Now I have to think about it, I have a good 4 kg of tomatoes left and I have to come up with something else. I'm happy about tips from you 🙂

    🙂 Elise

    Reply

    • Hello 🙂

      great and nice to read from you, thank you for your detailed feedback.

      I find the soy sauce in combination with the tomato almost magical.

      It conjures up a great taste and I'm glad you got the seasoning tip.

      If you have that many tomatoes left, you could boil down tomato sauce .

      Take a look at the recipe and feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

      Tip: Be sure to wash the jars with vinegar essence, fill them up very hot and close them.

      I wish you good luck! Kind regards Thomas

      Reply