How to make it

  • Directions
  • Dice 4 tomatoes into small pieces, puree 3 others in food processor.
  • Bake country ham according to directions first then dice into small pieces.
  • Mix all ingredients together in 6 quart pot.
  • Cook over medium heat for 1 hour, stirring often.
  • Thicken with corn starch dissolved in water.
  • (Start with 1 cup water to 1/3 cup corn starch and adjust according to the thickness you prefer.)
  • Remove from heat and refrigerate over night to marry the flavors.
  • Reheat and garnish with basil leaf.
  • Makes approximately 1 gallon.

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  • nativeprincess 7 years ago
    Saw this on Our Daily Dinner group today! Now I know what to do with all of our green tomatoes that haven't ripened :)
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  • fishtrippin 9 years ago
    This really sounds good. I'll try it this fall when I have to pull my tomatoes, I always have a lot of green ones when it frosts.
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  • tamii 10 years ago
    I love fried green tomatoes, and am looking forward to trying a new way of enjoying them! Thank you for sharing this yummy sounding recipe!
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    " It was excellent "
    waterlily ate it and said...
    Wow! I love to find new recipes for green tomatoes (although I doubt that anything will ever take the place of my beloved green fried tomatoes in my heart or palate!), but I must say that I can't wait until I have a great enough sufficiency of green tomatoes on hand to give this intriguing soup a try! Thanks for posting!
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  • bvannetter1955 10 years ago
    Another great use for green tomatoes!
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