Pumkin Soup

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I had this butternut squash in my fridge for almost 3 weeks. After seeing Arjuna’s Pumkin-carrot soup I wanted to try it so brought it and yestered I finally used it for making soup. Check out Arjuna’s recipes here.

I made this for evening, instead of our regular coffee/tea. I used the recipe of tomoto soup wanted to make it simple at possible. I was perfect for the rainy evening and we had it with tosted garlic bread (store brought).

Ingredients

Pumkin/butternut squash  2 cups (cooked till soft)

Butter  1 tsp

Cloves  3

Cinammon 2 small peices

Red chilli powder  1 tsp

Black pepper  2 tsp.

Method:

Peel and cut into cubes and pressure cook the squash till soft. When cool mash it nicely.

Heat a sauce pan, add butter when it starts to melt add spices cloves and cinnamon. then add mashed squash.

Then add about 4-5 cups of water( less or more water according to your desired consistancy). Bring it to a boil and add chilli powder and black pepper and salt.

After 5-6 min. Switch off the heat. It ready. Adjust salt and spice to desired tasted.

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I like lots of black pepper . So used black pepper as a garnish. Enjoy.

This is my entry for Meetha’s FMR event Pumkin.

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14 Responses to “Pumkin Soup”

  1. prema Says:

    Hi Madhu,
    Pumpkin soup looks wonderful.. the picture tempts me.
    I have some pumokin puree left out after my muffins , think i will try this. thanks for the recipe.

    Thats very good way to use the left overs pumkin puree. I too used the left over soup for making chapathi dough. I was soft and tasted great.

  2. krithika Says:

    Wow !! looks delicious !

    Thank You Kritika. Tasted delicious too…….

  3. MenuToday Says:

    Hi Madhu,
    Pumpkin soup looks sooo colourful and healthy soup. Thanks for sharing.

    Thank you MT, do let me know if you give it a try.

  4. Meeta Says:

    Looks great! Certainly a great variation and I look forward to making this when the temps dro a little here.

    Thanks for the entry.

  5. shilpa Says:

    That looks soo goood. will make it today.

    Let me know Shilpa, thanks…

  6. Asha Says:

    Beautiful looking soup recipe, did you send it to FMR pumpkin at Meeta’s ?? Perfect dish for that.. still have time today..
    Thanks Madhu…
    Oh! you have already sent it just saw meeta’s comment!! Great!!!

    Thanks Asha, I did sent to Meeta’s event at very last minute.

  7. Jayshree Says:

    Soup looks great. Am sure going to luv it when I make.

    Thanks Jayashree, do let me know when u make it. It tastes good with lots of black pepper….do try it.

  8. Arjuna Says:

    Soup looks delish Madhu!

  9. Vaishali Says:

    Madhu,
    Pumpkin soup with cloves and cinnamon? Sounds great and spicy. I hope to try it out this winter.

  10. swethaskitchen.com Says:

    hi
    i recently came accross your blog and like your blog. i have also started a foodblog recently.keep up your good work and i wish u a very success.

    cheers
    swetha

  11. Anjali Says:

    I am on pure vegetable+ salad diet. I was bored with regular stuff, so searched pumpkin soup on Aai’s receipes, and got here. It looks wonderful. going to try it immediately. pumpkin is ready. will let you know my view for sure.

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