By Eddy − On Tuesday, January 30, 2018, 6 years ago in Soup Recipes

Portuguese Bread and Tomato Soup Recipe

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Portuguese Bread and Tomato Soup Recipe

This delicious Portuguese bread and tomato soup recipe (receita de sopa de pão e tomate) is a regional dish from Portimão, Portugal.

Preparation time 15 min
Cooking Time 40 min
Ready In 55 min
Level of DifficultyEasy
Servings4

Ingredients

1 onion2 cloves of garlic1 kg of tomatoes6 tablespoons of olive oil1 liter of water1 lb bread (one day old)4 eggsSalt (to taste)
1 onion2 cloves of garlic1 kg of tomatoes6 tablespoons of olive oil1 liter of water1 lb bread (one day old)4 eggsSalt (to taste)
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Preparation

  1. Start by peeling the onion and the garlic and then skin the tomatoes, not forgetting to remove the seeds as well.
  2. Chop the above ingredients into small pieces and place them in a pan, add the olive oil and bring to a boil until it thickens a bit.
  3. Add the water to the mixture, season with salt, and let it boil for a few more minutes, then poach the eggs in the soup.
  4. Slice the bread and place it in the serving bowls.
  5. Put the eggs on top of the bread and pour the soup over it.
Recipe & Photo Credit: all-about-portugal.com

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