Looking for a quick-low calorie spicy tomato soup? Then you NEED to try my take on tamatar ka shorba. A tasty spiced vegan tomato broth that comes together in just fifteen minutes!
This Indian tomato soup is also vegan and vegetarian whole 30 compliant if you skip the small amount of sugar added.
When I arrived in India, I was eight months pregnant and suffering badly from a pregnancy-related aversion to garlic and onions. I basically survived on bowls of tamatar ka shorba from a local Jain restaurant.
This soup was an absolute life-saver, although now that my oven is bun-free, I add onion for an extra flavour boost. Feel free to leave the onion out or add some garlic if you want.
Back living in Spain, this is by far our cheapest and quickest dinner of the week and a firm family favorite suitable for winter or summer.
This tomato soup is a spice-dependent recipe that you don’t need expensive high-quality tomatoes for, although I do recommend making sure that the tomatoes you use are as ripe as possible.