Recipe slightly adapted from The Vegan Cookbook by Alan Wakeman and Gordon Baskerville. This comes out best if you have a blender; if not, then a wire sieve will do almost as well. Soya milk with added calcium is less likely to curdle.
1. Chop the spring onion/onion/celery and garlic if using. Do it very finely if you are using the sieve rather than the blender.
2. Blender method: Put everything into the blender and puree. Pour into a pan.
2. Sieve method: Push the tomatoes through a wire sieve into a pan. Add the soya milk, chopped vegetables, spices and seasoning.
3. Both methods: heat through very gently. Don't let it boil or the soya milk will curdle. Serve very hot with a sprinkling of parsley if liked.
Kake's (Vegan) Cookery Site - http://www.earth.li/~kake/cookery/
This page added some time in 1997 - comments and questions to Kake L Pugh (firstname.lastname@example.org).