Happy Monday friends, hope everyone had a great weekend. I had lot’s of family time this weekend which is always fun. I spent most of the day shopping with my mom and cousin on Saturday, and then in the evening spent time with my sister-in-law, niece, and nephew. My mom sent me over there with her famous Pea Soup, which we recently shared on the blog. One of many soups we have been sharing during these cold fall months. And if you hadn’t guessed by the title of this post, we’ve got a yet another soup recipe to share with you all. This time it’s a traditional favorite, Tomato Soup with a Grilled Cheese. We weren’t kidding when we said we had a lot of soups coming to blog this month.
Sunday we had a great day at my Dad’s house. We have family in from Budapest, Hungary. You all don’t know this, but I am 50% hungarian and proud of it. It’s where my grandparents were born and raised until they moved to Australia after WWII where my dad was born. It’s so nice to have the family here, and I know we’re related because they truly love food as much as I do.
I made my now famous chili recipe, which I will have to a post to the blog at some point. But needless to say everyone devoured it. As popular as my Chili is, this Quick Tomato Soup with a Grilled cheese might be even better. If you like Tomato soup that is. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but tune into this post if it is.
This recipe is creamy, flavorful, and the best part is dunking that decadent grilled cheese right into the creamy goodness. A great family meal too. Kids will love the grilled cheese part, and parents can have peace of mind they are feeding their kids a healthy meal (minus the grilled cheese of course!). Not to mention oh so delicious. And yes this is another recipe from the cookbook “Joy of Cooking.” Recipe found on page 193 with a few additional ingredients for yours truly. The grilled cheese however is completely our own, and you can find the recipe for that below. If you are just tuning in, we should mention we have to decided to cook through this encyclopedia of a cookbook, for more details be sure to check out our Pigs in Potatoes blog post.
We hope you all enjoy this incredible recipe, and we’d love to hear from you your thoughts. Feel free to drop a comment below, or tag us on social media so we can feature your creations! Hope everyone has a great day, and happy cooking friends.
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