Tomato Okra Soup

We are finally getting some tomato and okra ripe and ready. Add a bit of fresh chive to this easy soup for color and zest.

Okra Tomato Soup
Serves 3-4

6-8 okra pod sliced
4 large ripe tomato diced
1 medium onion chopped
1 clove garlic diced
3 – 4 cups chicken broth
dash of red pepper to taste
salt and pepper to taste
chives for garnish

Just place all ingredients but chives in a stock pot.
Bring to boil and then simmer until Okra is tender, about 20 minutes.
Garnish with chives.

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11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. FoodTravelDiva
    Aug 06, 2009 @ 22:52:16

    What an awesome idea for soup! Never thought of this combo. Looks so packed with flavor. Thanks for sharing!

    Reply

  2. Sue
    Aug 07, 2009 @ 19:12:13

    Hi FoodTravelDiva,

    Thanks for visiting.

    Reply

  3. penny
    Aug 11, 2009 @ 07:07:33

    Great idea for soup. After seeing my brother’s garden, I wish we had one again.

    Reply

  4. Sue
    Aug 11, 2009 @ 12:45:58

    Hey Penny!

    I love a garden, but this year has been very hard to keep up. Some years it is very trying.

    Reply

  5. SteveB
    Aug 26, 2009 @ 02:48:27

    After almost 40 years of gardening, I am growing okra for the first time. Now that I am just starting to harvest them I have been looking for recipes. Your recipe looks delicious & it’s so easy. I think it’ll be my first attempt.

    Do you think adding some corn to the mix would work out?

    Reply

  6. Sue
    Sep 02, 2009 @ 07:10:42

    SteveB, The corn idea sounds wonderful! I am going to have to try that myself. Thanks!

    Reply

  7. Linderhof
    Sep 14, 2009 @ 23:36:23

    This is a favorite of ours and yours looks really yummy!

    Reply

  8. sue
    Sep 20, 2009 @ 18:37:09

    Thanks for stopping by Linderhof!

    Reply

  9. kimT
    Jan 31, 2010 @ 06:29:10

    I think adding corn wouldn’t complement with the taste..
    try adding dried fish

    Reply

  10. kimT
    Jan 31, 2010 @ 06:32:52

    or diced dried squid

    Reply

  11. mrsmillsfavoritebloggers
    Aug 06, 2011 @ 14:17:47

    I am ate mine with buttered corn-on-the-cob on the side. What a great way to utilize the garden harvest. Thanks!

    Reply

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