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July 26, 2002 - Image 95

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-26

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FOOD from page 93

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peppers on the grill and cook, turn-
ing occasionally, until lightly charred
around the edges and skin.
Use toothpicks or short bamboo
skewers pushed through the onion
slices to keep the slices together when
grilled. Brush the onions with olive
oil and grill until, marked and lightly
Chop all the grilled vegetables with
a knife or pulse them in the bowl of a
food processor. Transfer the chopped
vegetables to a bowl and add the
cucumber, cilantro, parsley, water, hot
sauce, juice and seasonings to taste.
Stir well and chill until ready to serve,
up to 2 days ahead. Add more water if
the soup is too thick for your taste.
To serve, ladle the soup into 8 . or
more wine goblets or mugs. Garnish
with diced fresh avocado and French
bread toasts or blue corn chips, if
desired. Makes 8 servings.

2 T. olive oil
2 pounds plum tomatoes (about
10-14), diced
3 cups chopped onions
2 zucchini, chopped
1 cup fresh or frozen corn kernels
10 thin asparagus cut into 1/2-inch
pieces or 1/4 pound green beans
1 T. minced fresh garlic
1 t. dried oregano
1 t. ground cumin
Salt and pepper to taste
5 cups water or vegetable broth
1-2 T:hot pepper sauce, such as
1 can (15-ounce) garbanzo beans,
chickpeas or white beans
1 cup frozen peas, thawed
1/2 cup chopped fresh cilantro,
loosely packed
Lime or lemon wedges, garnish
Preheat oven to 450F. Brush olive
oil over the bottom of a large roasting
pan. Add tomatoes, onions, zucchini,
corn, asparagus, garlic, oregano,
cumin, salt and pepper and toss well.
Roast the vegetables, uncovered, for
15-20 minutes, stirring occasionally,
until tender.
Remove from the oven and cool com-
pletely before breaking up the tomatoes
with a fork and stirring in broth, hot
sauce, chickpeas-, peas and cilantro.
Stir well. Transfer to a pitcher or
bowl and chill, covered with plastic
wrap, until ready to serve, up to 2
days ahead. Add more water or broth
to the soup if it is too thick for your
taste. Serve in bowls garnished with a
wedge of lemon or lime.
Makes 8 servings. ❑

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