Friday, September 17, 2010

Tomato Soup & Potato Kuih Keria: Fresh From the Garden

OK what did Mummy Nana cook today with all the produce  from her garden?

Other than the potatoes from my messy garden, I also have a few tomato plants. Before spring came along, I planted a few tomato seeds. It took quite sometime to grow as big as this. But my patience paid off. I now have plenty of red cherry tomatoes. I don't really like to eat them raw so, I made some soup out of them and ate it with garlic bread. It was really good and especially helpful to clear a bit of my sinuses. Eating hot soup is definitely one of the more understated remedies to make one feel a bit better.



I know there are lots of different ways to make a nice tomato soup. But I'm too lazy to log on the internet to find a really good recipe. I just used whatever ingredients I had in the kitchen instead. With utter laziness, this is how I made it:



10 Red Cherry Tomatoes
1 Carrot cut into chunks
3 sticks of Celery cut into chunks
5 Garlic cloves (crushed)
1 Chicken/Vegetable stock cube
1 cup of Water
3 tbsp Olive Oil


Method:
Put in all the ingredients except the olive oil, water and stock cube into a medium-sized casserole dish. Drizzle the olive oil and bake in a pre-heated oven for 20-30 minutes (make sure all the vegetables are cooked and soft). Let it cool down for a little while and blend everything into a smooth puree. Pour the thick puree in a pot and put in the water and the stock cube. Let it boil while rememberng to stir gently and serve while it's still hot with some home made or ready made garlic bread. Mmmm....Yummy.



PS: If you don't have celery or carrots, don't worry. You can use any vegetable that you have in the fridge as long as it's around the same portion. You will be surprised and I bet that it'll still taste as nice.

 
These kuih keria were made using the potatoes from the garden. Not bad really. I just switched the main kuih keria ingredient from sweet potatoes to my own homegrown potatoes and poof! There they were, Potato Kuih Keria.

8 comments:

sherry said...

nak try buat jugaklah....thanks Mummy Nana for sharing!

Mummy Nana said...

Heheh.. no problem.. nie sup org malas....

Lady of Leisure said...

wow wow wow... semua tanaman memang menjadi betul ye, geram tengok tomato tu, really..! hehe..

ERMAYUM said...

sodapnya keria ngan kentang iye kena try ni :D

Unaizah said...

Leh guna kentang buat jadi kuih keria ke? Idea bernas ni....leh le try bila-bila terover rajin.

Mummy Nana said...

Lady: Alhamdulillah lah... tulah maybe psl tanah sini subur kot.. campak2 semua jadi... kalau kat mesia harus daun pun xnampak kot... hehehe..

Ermayum: Sedap jugaklah.. psl texture kentang lagi lebut jadinya.. eh ye ke?? hahaha.. tapi sedaplah.. I suka

Unai: Ye betul kentang boleh wat keria... lagi pun sapa yg xboleh sgt makan keledek psl angin kan.. elok lagi guna kentang.... sedap jugaklah... cuba try... heheh

Danial Ikhwan Jaafar said...

hahha i really2 missed and craved for keria when i was studying back then, that i looked up for the recipe, and made keria myself..with some helps from my housemates. heh.
nampak sedap je potato kuih keria ni. =D

Mummy Nana said...

heheh.. tulah masa student2 mesti kena berdikari kan... kena rajin masak sendiri... eh tapi mmg kuih keria from potato nie sedap dari keledek kot... lagi lembut.... trylah...

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