Ladies and gentlemen! I've just made the best soup/zucchetti sauce I've ever tasted and I thought I would share my recipe! It's even a hit with my non-veg friend.
- 5 small ripe tomatoes
- 2 large red bell peppers (I like to keep the middle seeds to add some texture)
- 2 tangelos
- A SMALL thumb of peeled ginger (equivalent to a centimeter cubed)
- The peels from the cucumber/zucchini I'm about to turn into noodles
- A handful of greens, whatever you like, I put in a bunch of arugula/green and red leaf lettuce
Whirl in a blender and enjoy! I'm having it as a soup now, and poured the rest over my spiralized cucumber and zucchini.
No problem! I'm sure it will work great with navel oranges.
I made it again yesterday, but didn't have any greens to put in, and it wasn't as good (still very delish though), so make sure to add your greens!
Esra, this sounds scrumptious dear 30BAD friend. I hope you don't mind me making it and sharing your recipe. I've never thought of using tangelos like this. How ingenious! Thank you for sharing this with us.
Thanks Karen :D, it really is delish! *hugs*
Esra, have you tried Kristina of RawfullyOrganics Marinarra Sauce yet? I think you'd love it also. I'm preparing that this week. Yummm also.
Funny that you mention it because it has been on my list to make!! Thanks for the suggestion, I can't wait!
Esra and the rest of you all, I just made Kristina Corillo's "Epic Maranara Sauce". To me it wasn't epic. It was very good but too tomatoe tasting. I used the cherry tomatoes as she states, maybe that was what made the difference. And, I love tomatoes!! I'm trying Esra's next time.
Hmm, thanks! I'll keep that in mind when I make it.
If you make my nameless recipe :p, make sure you use mixed green (with arugula and green/red lettuce). I made it the next day without greens and it was good but not as good as I made it the first time - the only thing I had changed is the greens! Add the greens and the peels in last in the blender so they don't blend all the way, and you can kinda see the little specs...lol i should've taken a picture :). Also (one last thing :D!) if you like ginger, I would add a little more too.
Esra, thanks for that tip. I'm making this this week and will tell you what I think. RawfullyOrganic's Marinara sauce truly was a disappointment. I would probably add some herbs to yours also. Hope you don't mind. I am falling in love with herbs.
I am planning another luncheon with my friends and I've promised RawfullyOrganics Raw Lasagna. I need a great sauce and this may be it. Thanks!