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Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Plant Based Recipes

Last Updated on April 2, 2020

Summer is my favorite time of year. I love sticky, hot days with salt in the air. Very ripe peaches, long hours of sunlight, ice cold beer, and sitting around with friends are some of the highlights.

But tomatoes are pure summer gold. In fact my favorite and easiest vegan meal is sliced tomatoes with basil on bread. If you’re feeling adventurous, you could add some vegan cheese.

This is another fast meal. It’s perfect if you’re on the go. It’s delicious both as a soup or gazpacho.

1 Small Red Onion

3 Cloves of Garlic

12 Lunch Box Peppers or 2 Full Size Peppers

4 Medium Tomatoes

Quarter the onion. Peel the cloves and leave whole. Cut the stems off the peppers and in half. Halve the tomatoes. Toss all of the vegetables in oil.

Broil for 15 minutes.

Combine all of the ingredients in a blender with 2 cups of vegetable stock.

It also makes a great dinner. I like to fry up some peppers, andouille sausage, and I’ll make a big batch of herbed rice.

It’s perfect if you’re in an inter-dietary relationship. (That’s where you can’t eat the same thing whether by choice or allergies.) I’ll eat some peppers, and Justin gets the sausage.

Dinner is on the table in 30 minutes and everyone is happy! Is anyone else in an inter-dietary relationship? What are some of your favorite meals?

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  1. I love any ideas for interdietary relationships – for 16 years I was dealing with a veggie, a piscetarian and an ardent meat eater in the same household! And there are things I choose not to eat such a gluten. I LOVE the sound of this recipe – it lends itself to so many things from a comforting soup to a warming pasta dish and even a thick autumn stew. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Oh wow, that sounds delicious! And just in time for the rainy weather here! Love hearty soups when it’s cold outside. How did you get the tare weight written on the jar?

    1. Me too! Cali got a little bit of rain today! Makes me want to bust out some vegan chili! The benefits of working at a print shop. Labels are everything. I use scraps that are going to be thrown away to make labels. They’ve held up really well! I’ve only had one come off and it’s been almost a year. It makes it SUPER easy when buying groceries. I’ve been thinking of selling them, but unfortunately they come with backing. But, since I already pulled it out of the dumpster maybe it negates it? I haven’t made any since first starting in January; because, it’s kinda a gray area. What do you think?

    1. Thank you!
      I work at a print shop. They’re scraps of vinyl that were going to be thrown away. But, it comes with backing so I haven’t made any since starting in January. Not sure if pulling it out of the dumpster negates it or not. Lol. Zero Waste gray area. What do you think?

    1. Yes! It’s so simple and yummy! It has become one of my favorite dishes. There’s a lot of inexpensive ugly peppers now that it’s ending the near of the season that I can get at the farmers market – perfect for soup!