Recipe by Marci S.
"This is a soup that will keep you warm during a long, cold winter!"
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finely chopped onion
1 (2 pound)
butternut squash - peeled, seeded, and cut into 1-inch pieces
sour cream, or to taste
Excellent- i followed instructions except i roasted the squash on a baking sheet at 400 degrees for 1 hour to make the skin peel off and then let the cooked squash simmer with the chicken broth mixture for about 10-15 mins. It was smooth, velvety, and with just the right start of sweetness and finish of spice. Definitely will make again.
We love this soup. I did put a little less garlic in it - instead of
half and half, I used Greek yogurt and instead of the honey, I used
agave. Also used low-sodium chicken stock and added no salt. Perfect with cornbread!
Delicious, flavourful squash soup with the perfect amount of heat! I used 5% cream instead of half and half, put a dallop of yogurt, some parsley and a few of the roasted seeds on top. The soup is a thinner squash soup. Next time I think I will roast the squash first!
Loved this recipe! I didn't have half and half so I substituted coconut milk, unsweetened, and it worked great. This is very good and you can adjust the heat to your liking.
So delicious! This is a rich, savory, and decadent soup with a hint of sweet. This tastes like it was simmered long and low in order to develop such depth, yet it is so simple. There are layers of flavor that will first tease your palate with delicious savory notes that make you go mmmmm as soon as it hits your taste buds. Next, you discover the wonderful sweet undertone of the honey, making it even more interesting. Lastly, you feel the heat of the cayenne as it warms the back of your palate, but not overwhelmingly so. Perfectly balanced and wonderful. This is the kind of soup you will think about and desire long after it has been eaten up. I didn't change a single ingredient and thought it was perfect. This is going in my recipe box! Helpful hint: Use an immersion blender right in the pot to puree the soup. Save yourself the hassle and risk of burning your hands by trying to use a conventional blender. An immersion blender will soon become one of your favorite kitchen gadgets (ranks right up there with my Kitchen Aid stand mixer).
This was absolutely delicious! I subbed coconut milk for half & half so I could have a dairy-free option. It was wonderful the first night and the leftovers were even better the next day!
Excellent! We also roasted the squash first and added 1/2 cup coconut milk in place of half and half at the end and it really amped up the flavour of the squash and curry.
The soup that keeps on giving...Had an extra sweet potato and added it in. It was excellent. With the sweet potato added it was thick but still very good. After a couple of days added the leftover soup to a left over chili we had to make a completely different and also delicious dish.That was also excellent. Again too much left over and used the soup/chili mix as a spaghetti sauce ...wow... the soup that keeps on giving
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Curried Butternut Squash Soup
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 119
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