Soup seems to be the right way to do vegetariannn of course unless you decide to add some meat to it! Here is a recipe for a rich tomato soup! For the soup - olive oil - 2 cloves garlic, peeled and sliced - 2 kg mixed tomatoes, very ripe - good-quality red wine vinegar Way to do it! 1) To make the basil oil, put a few of the basil leaves in a bowl of cold water for later, then place the rest in a mortar. Add a pinch of salt and use a pestle to bash the basil leaves until they have broken down into a dark green paste. Transfer the paste to a jug and add your extra virgin olive oil. Mix together well. 2) To make the soup, add a lug of olive oil to your biggest pan over a medium heat. Add the basil stalks to the pan with the sliced garlic. Fry for about a minute then add all the tomatoes. Stir in 150ml of water and bring to the boil. Reduce to a medium heat and let the tomatoes cook for 5 minutes until they are slightly broken down. If your tomatoes are nice and ripe they'll be naturally sweet and soft, which means you won't need to cook the soup for too long. 3) Remove the soup from the heat, add a splash of red wine vinegar then carefully blitz with a hand blender until you get a consistency that's to your liking. 4) Serve in warm bowls with a spoonful of bright green basil oil swirled on top and sprinkled with the reserved basil leaves. You can even eat any leftovers cold from the fridge for a really fresh, light soup.