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Thai Pumpkin Soup


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Ingredients

8 portion(s)

  • 1 onion, peeled and halved
  • 3 cm piece peeled ginger
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 1 deseeded red chilli
  • Few kaffir lime leaves
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tsp ground cumin
  • 1 tsp ground coriander
  • 1 tbsp turmeric
  • 1 tsp paprika
  • 500-600 g pumpkin, peeled and roughly cubed
  • 500-600 g chicken stock, or water with TM stock
  • 2 tbsp fish sauce
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 x 300 g tin coconut cream or more to taste
  • Few coriander leaves to garnish.
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    20min
    Preparation 20min
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place onion, ginger, garlic, chilli and lime leaves
    into bowl and chop for 10 seconds on
    speed 6-7.



    Add oil and dry spices and sauté for 3 minutes on Varoma temperature on speed
    2
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    Add pumpkin and chop for a few seconds on speed 4
    until pieces are smaller. Add stock, fish sauce and seasoning. Cook for around 10-15 minutes at 100ºC on speed 1. Puree
    by bringing speed up slowly to speed 9
    for up to 30 seconds.



    Add coconut cream and stir through. Heat for
    another minute if necessary, garnish and serve whilst hot!

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  • LOVED this recipe Soooo delish thank you our 9...

    Submitted by emdl on 12. June 2017 - 19:36.

    LOVED this recipe ! Soooo delish , thank you . our 9 year old even enjoyed it & he doesnt like pumpkin soup at all . :tongue:

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  • MMMMM delicious...

    Submitted by Naomi Roskell on 24. May 2017 - 22:04.

    MMMMM, delicious!
    We arrived home from overseas to find we had a pumpkin growing randomly in our yard, what to do, what to do.... I know! Find that awesome Thai Pumpkin Soup Recipe!!! Thank you so much for an awesome "go-to" soup which fills our freezer with ready meals and our tummys with super-duper goodness...

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  • Delicious and easy

    Submitted by kennedyrh on 2. May 2017 - 21:39.

    Delicious and easy!

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  • I just use whatever is in

    Submitted by crystalchrisr on 14. September 2016 - 18:37.

    I just use whatever is in season/available. Ihave made this soup with both of those varieties and it turns out delicious every time.

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  • Anyone know what kind of

    Submitted by bethbethbethbeth on 10. September 2016 - 15:18.

    Anyone know what kind of pumpkin I should use? Butternut? Jap? Thanks :) 

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  • wifes new pumpkin soup recipe

    Submitted by markderani on 13. June 2016 - 14:15.

    wifes new pumpkin soup recipe for life. I'm not a fan of pumpkins but there was one availabl, found this recipe and made a batch. Wife loves it, 10/10 wouldn't change a thing expect a bit more chilli. 

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  • I liked this but hubby found

    Submitted by Suellen39 on 3. May 2016 - 20:55.

    I liked this but hubby found it too hot for his liking. Plenty for lunch for the remainder of the week for me.

     

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  • I didn't add in the chilli,

    Submitted by sneirvine on 27. April 2016 - 15:08.

    I didn't add in the chilli, and it was still plenty spicy, so the kids weren't too keen on this.  Substituted the coconut cream for light coconut milk and it was still yummy.  Will definitely be using this as a go to for winter work lunches!

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  • This is my new go to recipe

    Submitted by DanaAnne on 20. April 2016 - 19:19.

    This is my new go to recipe for pumpkin soup. Love the fresh ingredients (no curry paste required). My favourite part is smelling all the chopped up onions chilli garlic ginger and kaffir lime leaves. Takes me back to Thailand. 5 stars. 

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  • YUM YUM YUM, Loved this soup

    Submitted by Elenikat on 29. March 2016 - 18:14.

    YUM YUM YUM, Loved this soup ! Kept chilli seeds and all. Teenagers loved it - taking for school lunch tomorrow. Thanks for the recipie.

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  • Won the family over with this

    Submitted by Renee Robinson on 5. September 2015 - 23:01.

    Won the family over with this delicious recipe!

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  • Loved it - so easy - might

    Submitted by 2kids2cats on 9. August 2015 - 18:15.

    Loved it - so easy - might add some chicken thighs next time to make it a bit more filling!  Thanks

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  • SO TASTY!! My 15 month loved

    Submitted by Senihisa on 5. August 2015 - 12:49.

    SO TASTY!!

    My 15 month loved this! He is hard to impress but had seconds so this will be a fave in our household. I used the leftovers & added seafood & veggies. Big hit. Thanks for sharing

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  • Delicious! I added bottom 3"

    Submitted by Anna_Fielding on 28. July 2015 - 15:17.

    Delicious! I added bottom 3" of lemongrass stalk and a table spoon of brown sugar, less stock and used coconut milk instead of cream (what I had in!) Also omitted paprika and coriander and left the seeds in the chilli.

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  • My 13 y/o daughter kept

    Submitted by Sim68 on 14. July 2015 - 21:19.

    My 13 y/o daughter kept complaining that I wasn't making "normal" pumpkin soup! She had two bowls of your Thai Pumpkin soup so it's a winner  :love:

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  • The kaffir lime leaves and

    Submitted by GJOESQ on 30. June 2015 - 19:44.

    The kaffir lime leaves and fish sauce bring out the Thainess of this recipe.  The other spices subtly accentuate elements of the pumpkin's flavour.  Nicely balanced all round I say.  :-)

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  • Excellent recipe.  :-)  I

    Submitted by GJOESQ on 30. June 2015 - 19:38.

    Excellent recipe.  :-)  I took it to friends' place and they said it was the best pumpkin soup they'd ever had!  I would recommend using fresh tumeric if you can get it.  Also leave the chili seeds in for some punch.  When cooking in a cold house, or if you're slow like me, cook for 20 minutes minimum.  Made it three times this winter.  Coconut cream is essential.   I used a 400 ml tin.  Definitely a favourite!  :-)

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  • Yum. I will definitely make

    Submitted by Martynfi on 21. June 2015 - 18:23.

    Yum. I will definitely make again.

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  • made this without the water,

    Submitted by HallowsEve on 13. June 2015 - 16:55.

    made this without the water, as it has gone into my dehydrator to make 'cupasoup'. The flavours were pretty yum, i licked the bowl clean!!!

     

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  • This soup is great. I only

    Submitted by Misskat85 on 12. June 2015 - 12:52.

    This soup is great. I only did half the amount of water though and I left my chilli seeds in for some extra spice. 

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  • Not sure about this one... I

    Submitted by Leaps on 2. June 2015 - 13:06.

    Not sure about this one... I wouldn't normally associate tumeric, cumin and paprika with Thai cooking... I also thought the soup was a bit thin and was missing something (I added 2 teaspoons of brown sugar). The taste improved over time, but I probably wouldn't make this again.

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  • Absolutely beautiful!! I used

    Submitted by Karinda on 27. May 2015 - 13:31.

    Absolutely beautiful!! I used 800gms of pumpkin and 450gms of water as I wanted it thicker. I also just put a small amount of normal cream in it when I was reheating it. Yummy! Thanks for the recipe 

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  • Best pumpkin soup ever.  I

    Submitted by sharonbowden on 11. May 2015 - 15:18.

    Best pumpkin soup ever.  I used nearly 700g of pumpkin and only 500g of stock.

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  • I made this for my lunch for

    Submitted by Alien on 2. May 2015 - 19:53.

    I made this for my lunch for the week... Beautiful flavour but for me will use less liquid...I will definitely make it again.

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  • I just made this. Very nice

    Submitted by healthy_bree on 28. April 2015 - 11:09.

    I just made this. Very nice flavours, however i like my soups very thick. I used 600g pumpkin and 500g liquid. Next time ill probably use 800g pumpkin 400/500g of liquid. I only got 4 adult portions too, good to freeze for work lunches or quick dinners. Yum

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  • Oh my this is divine. Chili

    Submitted by Misskt77 on 16. April 2015 - 12:31.

    Oh my this is divine. Chili does bad things to me so I omitted it but yum yum yum! I overdid the cumin but Mr 3.5 loved it. Beautiful balance of delicious ingeedients. Wasn't going to add the coconut milk but it was too spicy for us, so definitely loved it with coconut milk. 

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  • This soup is delicious! Very

    Submitted by missmax22 on 14. March 2015 - 20:34.

    This soup is delicious! Very authentic Thai taste. This makes lots of soup - great for a midweek dinner or lunch! I'll definitely make again! An important tip - don't use fingers to scoop out chilli seeds. Ouch!!  :O

     

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  • I love the fravor of this

    Submitted by yukipi26 on 18. February 2015 - 15:40.

    I love the fravor of this soup. Made this 5 times already.

    thanks for the great recipe :)

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  • best pumpkin soup ever

    Submitted by CraftieEwe on 26. January 2015 - 12:11.

    :) best pumpkin soup ever

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  • Very flavoursome. I halved

    Submitted by CJ79 on 12. January 2015 - 15:47.

    Very flavoursome. I halved the chilli, lime, stock and coconut cream it was delicious. I also used oyster sauce instead of fish sauce. For my children I would omit the chilli next time. 

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  • Absolutely delicious! Full of

    Submitted by cbcory on 7. September 2014 - 22:00.

    Absolutely delicious! Full of flavour and not spicy at all (think those that found it spicy may of not removed the seeds from the chilli). This will be a family favourite in this house! 

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  • Very yummy and easy to make.

    Submitted by megavoltz on 28. August 2014 - 19:27.

    Very yummy and easy to make. :)

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  • Love it! I followed step for

    Submitted by HallowsEve on 22. August 2014 - 16:11.

    Love it! I followed step for step, was just missing something....I added a little brown sugar :O but it just finished it off nicely.. Having guests over tonight so will be entree..

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  • This soup was great.  Would

    Submitted by superquilter55 on 24. July 2014 - 11:27.

    This soup was great.  Would reduce the amount of cumin next time as it tended to take over the flavour a little. Used coconut milk not cream.   Will certainly make again.

    Next day the flavour had really come out and couldn't taste the cumin so much.  It was very hot though!

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  • Made a delicious pumpkin

    Submitted by jackiemcd on 11. July 2014 - 11:23.

    Made a delicious pumpkin soup. Thank you for sharing.

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  • This is the best pumpkin soup

    Submitted by sue0270 on 11. July 2014 - 08:52.

    This is the best pumpkin soup :-)  totally loved it, also took left overs to lunch and the girls in my office were jealous... yummo

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  • Really fresh and yum!

    Submitted by chellewhitty on 9. July 2014 - 15:42.

    Really fresh and yum! definitely will be making it again

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  • I used half a red dried

    Submitted by Suellen39 on 30. June 2014 - 20:34.

    I used half a red dried chilli from my garden with seeds. Perfect for me, too hot for dh. Lovely flavours. 

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  • Yum! Made this tonight and I

    Submitted by GoodJo on 29. June 2014 - 17:01.

    Yum! Made this tonight and I was a little heavy-handed with the chilli (I only had a jar of crushed chillis - no fresh ones) but it's good for the sinuses! Will also use less water next time. Thanks :-)

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  • Yum! Loved it. I used a 400ml

    Submitted by auntyjen on 26. June 2014 - 21:55.

    Yum! Loved it. I used a 400ml can of lite coconut milk instead of coconut cream, and coconut oil instead of olive oil.

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  • A resounding thumbs up from

    Submitted by epantany on 24. June 2014 - 21:50.

    A resounding thumbs up from us. I added some sweet potato as didnt have enough pumpkin - loved it!!! 

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  • Made this with sweet potato

    Submitted by ClaireT on 17. June 2014 - 14:53.

    Made this with sweet potato as I'd run out of pumpkin.  yum, although had to add a bit more coconut milkas itwas a little bit too spicy

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  • Excellent recipe. So quick

    Submitted by Tee Matthews on 14. June 2014 - 20:35.

    Excellent recipe. So quick from start to finish and very tasty. I did reduce the amount of water with the stock and so glad that I did as it would have been too runny but that's my personal choice. Thanks for the recipe

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  • This is a definite family

    Submitted by stefjan on 6. June 2014 - 22:28.

    This is a definite family favourite!  We used to love tinned 'creamy pumpkin' soup (I'm embarrassed to admit!).  After eating this, we all agreed we could NEVER eat tinned pumpkin soup again!  :)

    Janette

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  • ilittle also enjoy my soups a

    Submitted by Crewsa on 3. June 2014 - 19:41.

    ilittle also enjoy my soups a little thicker so not so much water reduce stock if using Thermomix chicken stock & reduce salt - otherwise delish, will make agIan modified version.

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  • Great soup....will definitely

    Submitted by LorraineR on 29. May 2014 - 21:16.

    Great soup....will definitely make it again.

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  • Made this tonight for dinner

    Submitted by Livetoeat on 29. May 2014 - 20:03.

    Made this tonight for dinner - my toddler scoffed it down! Omitted chilli to make it kid friendly. Will make again, lovely Thai flavours throughout. Would prob add a little less water next time (400g instead of 500g) as I prefer my soups a bit thicker.

     

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  • Just made this tonight for

    Submitted by ALI478 on 28. May 2014 - 21:02.

    Just made this tonight for dinner. It was delicious, really tasty and creamy! I halved the chilli and it was enough spice for me. Definitely be making this one again!

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  • I would recommend blitzing

    Submitted by Taleah86 on 18. May 2014 - 21:45.

    I would recommend blitzing the ginger and garlic mix for a bIt longer. My ginger was still a little stringy.

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  • Made this today....Yum..loved

    Submitted by epsutherland on 10. May 2014 - 18:26.

    Made this today....Yum..loved it...I am one that does not cook at all with chilli however Loved this..I did learn very quickly to wash ones hands after handling Chilli.....Will be making this again however with gloves

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