Pumpkin Soup Recipe

pumpkin soup in pumpkin skin

Prep 20 minutes Cooking time: 20 min

Market for 6 guests 

2 tbsp olive oil

6 medium Pumpkins 

Potatoes : 8 

Chicken broth : 1 &1/2 quart

Crème fraîche : 1/4 lb

Half & half 3 soup spoons

2 onions & 1garlic clove finely chopped

Garlic Toasts (2 doz)

Cinnamon to taste

Ginger 1 Tbsp

Coriander

2 tbsp olive oil

Parsley chopped to top the dish

Salt & White Pepper to taste

serve the soup in previously saved pumpkin husks (6 all together)

Steps

Cut the inside of the pumpkin without damaging the husk. Remove all the pulp, cut in large pieces 2’’ square

Peel potatoes

1 Place pumpkin and potatoes in steam cooker. At the same time warm the chicken broth 

2 Mix the pumpkin, potatoes, add the chicken broth in a steady stream.

3 Sauté in a pan with the olive oil, the garlic and the onion and the ginger, corriander. Add to mixture.

4 Reserve in a sauce pan, add the creme, simmer

5 Mix well, add the cinnamon, ginger and S&P. Bring to a boil

6 Garnish with coriander

7 Serve in the reserved husks add chopped parsley to each serving. 

Serve toasts on the side

For the Garlic toasts: 2 tbsps olive oil –  4 slices of French baguette toasted – rub the toasts with a garlic clove – spread pumpkin seed on top.

             

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4 Responses to Pumpkin Soup Recipe

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  2. Jack says:

    Great soup, not only great for Halloween but Fang-Tastic for every day’s fare.

  3. Barbara says:

    This looks great. Pity I don’t really like the taste of pumplin, although I did make a pumpkin soup the other day. I’ll give yours a go. I really want to make some French Onion Soup too. I’ve never made it myself but I have had it on a cold day. Thanks so much for all these delicious recipies.

    • PhillipL says:

      Hello Barbara, thanks for the correction. You are quite right pumplin is rather disgusting vs pumpkin. Those darn booboos keep creeping on…, even when you don’t care for them.

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