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This was a simple and tasty recipe. We tasted it and decided to Dr. it up a bit. We added 1 teaspoon of garlic powder, onion powder and cayenne and a squeeze of lemon. I can't wait to pop open a jar and serve it with a grilled cheese sandwich for a quick, comfort food meal. Thanks for posting the recipe.
i am just making tomato soup right now have onions, peppers, chile peppers, celery & saw that you have added carrots so that is better than sugar so I wen to the garden & to a few but have to wait till it boils down before I add them sounds good to me will edit this later when it is done or tomorrow......
This is a wonderful soup. I think the flavor is the best of any tomatoe soup I have ever had. Everybody who has had this thinks it puts the commercial soups to shame. I made one batch of this last year with our garden tomatoes. My husband said he could eat this everyday...no sugar, no milk, no butter:) Thank you.
Wonderful taste! I didn't use the carrots and it was still wonderful. This will be the canning recipe I use from now on. Thanks.
This is really a welcome recipe at our house. I was lucky enough to have a bit leftover from my first batch and got to sample the goods. It led to me making 3 more batches of the soup. This recipe was very simple and more importantly the end result is healthier and a better flavor than you could ever get out of a can. Because we watch our sodium I did reduce the amount of salt in the recipe with good results. Thank you DiB's for sharing the recipe.
I can only imagine Mrs. Campbells delight when she canned her first batch of tomato soup because when I canned this, it was an incredible feeling. The flavor of this soup is unmatched. It is a healthy, wholesome comfort food that cannot be improved upon if Mrs Campbells did it herself. I recommend this recipe for canning to everyone. Thank you for a great fall/winter comfort food I can enjoy year round.