Healthy And Quick Tomato Soup For Weight Loss
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A hearty bowl of soup has a way of making even the busiest or most lazy days bearable. It is simple, calming, and nourishes you from the inside out. Simply combine some vegetables, herbs, and spices, and you can whip up a delicious dish in a matter of minutes. Additionally, a bowl of soup gives our bodies a number of good nutrients and aids in weight loss. As a result, it is frequently suggested as part of a diet plan for weight loss by specialists in global health. The best part is that soup gives you plenty of room to play and offers your taste receptors a wide range of flavours. A soup called tomato soup has tomatoes as its main component. It can be prepared in a variety of ways and served hot or cold. There are recipes that call for pieces of tomato, cream, chicken or vegetable stock, vermicelli, various vegetable chunks, and meatballs in addition to smooth textures. Eliza Leslie wrote about the first tomato soup that was published in 1857 in her final work, New Cookery Book. Condensed tomato soup became more well-known after Joseph Campbell published a recipe for it in 1897.  Here, we provide one such delicious and healthful recipe for traditional tomato soup that only calls for three basic ingredients: tomatoes, garlic, and a small amount of ghee.

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  • According to the USDA, tomatoes have only 18 calories per 100 grammes, making them a perfect food for any calorie-restricted diet.
  • It is stuffed with fibre and antioxidants that make you feel full and speed up your metabolism. These two characteristics are crucial for quickening weight loss.
  • The creation of the amino acid carnitine, which is thought to improve the body's capacity to burn fat, is aided by tomatoes.
  • Additionally, the addition of garlic and ghee makes the soup immune-boosting, digestion-friendly, and an excellent source of energy for general health.

Here's how you can make healthy tomato soup at home-


  • 2 large tomatoes
  • 10-12 garlic cloves
  • 1 tsp ghee
  • Salt and seasonings for taste ( optional)


  • On a gas stove, roast the tomatoes and 6 to 8 cloves of garlic. Roast the tomato until the outer peel is well burned.
  • Remove the tomatoes' skins and put them in a blender. Peel the burnt garlic, then add it as well. They should be combined to create a smooth paste.
  • Ghee or white butter is heated in a deep pan. Add the remaining garlic, chopped, to the pan.
  • Add the tomato-garlic paste after frying the garlic until it turns golden brown in colour.
  • Simmer it over low heat for a few minutes.
  • Serve it hot with your choice of seasonings. (usually, salt and black pepper).