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How to Make Pumpkin Soup with Fresh Pumpkins

Updated on November 4, 2017
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Ashi is a culinary consultant with 9 years of experience in the food industry. Ashi writes about food recipes, tips & secrets.

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Autumn is incomplete without pumpkin soup. Pumpkin is high in vitamin A and fiber and it is lower in carbohydrate than other vegetables. You should serve this creamy soup with a salad for a complete meal.

Cook Time

Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 1 hour 30 min
Ready in: 1 hour 50 min
Yields: 4 Servings

Ingredients

  • 1 Pumpkin
  • 3 Cup Chicken Stock
  • 6 Tablespoon Butter
  • 3 Cup Water
  • 2 Cup Shallots
  • 1 Cup Parsnip
  • 1 Cup Thyme
  • 1 Cup Turnip
  • 1 Cup Gold Potato
  • 3 Tablespoon Cream
  • 1 Cup Dry White Wine
  • 1 Tablespoon Pepper
  • 1 Tablespoon Salt

Step-By-Step Instructions for Making Pumpkin Soup

  1. You should preheat the oven to 410 degrees. After that place pumpkin halves, then cut sides, on a rimmed baking sheet. Ensure that you bake around 40 minutes till it becomes soft then takeout flesh. Later, make a puree in a food processor (make sure you make 3 mugs).
  2. Now melt 1 tablespoon butter in a little pan over medium to high flame. Add stored seeds and pumpkin fibers, and cook it for 5 minutes. After that cook it for 10 minutes with water, stock, and thyme, then bring it to a soft simmer.
  3. Meantime, dissolve remaining 6 tablespoons butter in a large pan over medium to high flame. After that cook for 10 minutes and add parsnip, pumpkin puree, turnip, and potato. Next, add shallots, and cook for 5 minutes till it becomes soft. After that add wine, and cook till soup liquid has decreased by half.
  4. Strain discarding solids, reserving broth, and pumpkin-seed mixture. Next, add broth to pumpkin-wine blend and cook it for cook 15 minutes.
  5. Now transfer soup through a food mill into a pan, or puree in a food processor in little bunches until it becomes smooth. If soup does not get required consistency utilizing a food processor then squeeze it through a fine sieve to extract any balanced pieces. At last heat soup in a pot over medium to high flame then blend in salt, pepper, sugar, and cream. Finally, delicious soup is ready to serve.
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Takeout flesh from pumpkin.Cut pumpkin into equal sizes.Then place them on a baking tray.Then put some salt and pepper on it.Next, place it in a preheated oven.Take it out after 40 minutes of baking.Add 1 tablespoon melted butter in a pan.Puree preparation in a food processor.Delicious soup is ready to serve.
Takeout flesh from pumpkin.
Takeout flesh from pumpkin.
Cut pumpkin into equal sizes.
Cut pumpkin into equal sizes.
Then place them on a baking tray.
Then place them on a baking tray.
Then put some salt and pepper on it.
Then put some salt and pepper on it.
Next, place it in a preheated oven.
Next, place it in a preheated oven.
Take it out after 40 minutes of baking.
Take it out after 40 minutes of baking.
Add 1 tablespoon melted butter in a pan.
Add 1 tablespoon melted butter in a pan.
Puree preparation in a food processor.
Puree preparation in a food processor.
Delicious soup is ready to serve.
Delicious soup is ready to serve.

Nutritional Information of

Nutrition Facts
Serving size: 4
Calories 240
Calories from Fat162
% Daily Value *
Fat 18 g28%
Carbohydrates 15 g5%
Protein 5 g10%
Cholesterol 65 mg22%
Sodium 895 mg37%
* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.

© 2017 Ashi

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      Ashi 6 months ago

      @peachy,

      Yes, that's true sieving the mashed pumpkins is a problem but once you sieve it smooth pumpkin soup will taste much better.

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      peachy 6 months ago from Home Sweet Home

      the trouble with pumpkin is sieving the mashed pumpkins. My brother told me that mashed pumpkins should be sieved to produce smooth pumpkin soup

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