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Pumpkin, cashew and ginger soup


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Ingredients

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Soup

  • 800 grams pumpkin, chunks to fit through lid
  • 50 grams raw cashews
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1 tablespoon thermomix vegetable stock
  • 1 small piece ginger
  • 750 grams water
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    Soup
  1. Add cashews and mince 10 secs sp 8, scrape down sides of bowl.
    Add pumpkin, garlic and ginger and chop 10 secs sp 7, scrape down bowl.
    Add water and stock.
    Cook, time 20 mins, temp 100, sp 2-3.
    Puree 1 min sp 8.

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Tip

Add more ginger if preferred.

Vary the water according to personal preference.

Also nice with sweet potato, or a mix of pumpkin and sweet potato.


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  • So delicious!...

    Submitted by Jessicahc on 2. April 2017 - 00:33.

    So delicious!
    didnt have enough pumpkin, so added carrot. My toddlers loved it! Thanks!

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  • This got the second bowl

    Submitted by Misskt77 on 23. June 2016 - 11:46.

    This got the second bowl treatment by my fussy with pumpkin soup 4.5 year old so a definite winner here. Love how creamy the cashews make it without being dairy filled- as I can't have dairy. Will be using this recipe again and again with our homegrown pumpkins. 

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  • Yum. . This is my new

    Submitted by Chokolart on 27. May 2015 - 20:13.

    Yum. . This is my new favorite pumpkin soup!  I add  heaps of ginger and sweet potato...delicious!

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  • Simple & Delicious.  Really

    Submitted by ziggyart on 1. June 2014 - 20:23.

    Simple & Delicious.  Really love this soup as the flavours are so simple but just right and it is so silky on the palate.  Also added a little fresh tumeric and had no TM stock so used an organic broth. Is definitely going into my favourites folder. Thank You tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Great soup - easy and

    Submitted by Christine Moore on 15. September 2013 - 15:32.

    Great soup - easy and delicious. Added a bit of turmeric and coconut milk to mine. 

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  • When you say chunks of

    Submitted by Cup1959 on 26. April 2013 - 15:23.

    When you say chunks of pumpkin, I assume you peeled them?

    Sounds delicious.

    Thanks!! 

     

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  • Very yummy. Quick, simple &

    Submitted by emilyewington on 15. March 2013 - 13:11.

    Very yummy. Quick, simple & delicious - my favourite way to cook!

     

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  • Amazingly smooth pumpkin

    Submitted by mumofboys on 6. April 2012 - 20:04.

    Amazingly smooth pumpkin soup. Favorite for the whole family. 

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  • Next time I will weigh the

    Submitted by AndreaB on 9. October 2011 - 19:56.

    Next time I will weigh the ginger and update the recipe.

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  • Hi Suspiria, I hope you

    Submitted by AndreaB on 9. October 2011 - 19:55.

    Hi Suspiria, I hope you enjoyed the soup. A small piece of ginger is approx the size of 1-2 cloves of garlic, depending on your own personal taste for ginger. Sorry if that is too vague.

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  • Hi AndreaB, sounds great!

    Submitted by Suspiria on 9. August 2011 - 21:24.

    Hi AndreaB,


    sounds great! I'll try it tmrc_emoticons.-)


    What exactly do you mean, saying "small piece" (ginger)? About the size of a walnut?


    Suspiria

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