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Pumpkin time is here again!

Delicious cream of pumpkin soup to recreate

We love autumn not only for the beautiful natural spectacle of the forests, but especially for the typical autumn dishes. When outside temperatures drop, it's high time for warming dishes. Especially popular and indispensable at this time of year is the pumpkin. For this reason, we have picked out a delicious dish with the autumn vegetable for you to cook. 

The pumpkin

The pumpkin has been on the menu for a long time and was originally considered a poor man's food. In the meantime, however, the autumn vegetable has become an indispensable part of the upscale cuisine and convinces with its versatility. Whether cooked, raw, warm, cold, sweet or spicy - the pumpkin tastes great in all possible variations. Another big plus is that the pumpkin is extremely healthy, low in calories and contains many vitamins. 

Cream of pumpkin soup

Especially popular is the pumpkin cream soup, because it is very easy & fast to prepare and can convince with the aromatic taste. Especially after a fresh autumn walk, you are happy about a warming soup and exactly for this reason we have picked out a recipe for you, so you can convince yourself of this delicious dish.

Here's how it works:

  • 400 g pumpkin (e.g. Hokaido, without seeds)
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 4 tablespoons sugar (brown)
  • 125 ml soup
  • 125 ml cream (whipped cream)
  • salt, pepper (fresh from the mill)
  • pumpkin seeds, possibly pumpkin seed oil

The first step is to divide the pumpkin, remove the seeds and then cut into cubes of equal size. Then heat butter in a pan and fry the pumpkin cubes in it. For a particularly aromatic taste, sprinkle the pumpkin with sugar and let it caramelize.

When the pumpkin is a little browned, deglaze with soup and let it simmer until the pumpkin is soft. Then add the cream and season. Puree the whole thing very finely with a hand blender until you get a creamy soup. Finally, serve the soup in bowls and garnish with pumpkin seeds, pumpkin seed oil and herbs. 

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