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Here’s a great recipe for Butternut Pumpkin Soup using the Avancer Soup Maker.

Now that we’re heading into the colder months, it’s all about delicious, warm comfort food! Soup is one of my favourites… but making it from scratch can take a long time.

That’s why we’ve introduced the Avancer Soup Maker. This nifty kitchen appliance does all the hard work for you and will have your favourite soups ready in no time.

So how does it work? Well, a soup maker is more-or-less a hot and cold blender. What this means is that like your traditional blender, it will make delicious smoothies and wonderful milkshakes. But, unlike most blenders, a soup maker also lets you cook your ingredients while blending them. And you’re not just limited to soup either: you can make a dip, curry paste, chutney… the options are endless.

Ingredients:

  •  2 tbsp olive oil
  •  1 halved and deseeded butternut pumpkin
  •  1 chopped onion
  •  1 halved small potato
  •  1 garlic head
  •  1 parsnip
  •  1/3 cup carrot, chopped in 2-3 cm pieces
  •  2 cups of chicken stock
  •  1 tsp Indian spice mix
  •  2 tbsp sliced fresh ginger

 

Directions:

1. Lightly oil the pumpkin, onion, potato, garlic and parsnip and roast for an hour at 150C.

2. Remove vegetables from oven. Remove the skin from the pumpkin and chop all veggies into 2–3 cm pieces.

3. Add everything to the Soup Maker, making sure not to overfill it.

4. Press the ‘Smooth’ button. The Soup Maker will automatically heat the ingredients and blend them to a pre-set programme. This process will take approximately 25-30 minutes.

5. Serve with 1 dollop of sour cream and toasted Turkish bread.

  • pumpkin soup is awesome, such a soul food!

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  • Thanks for sharing this recipe; I love parsnip and finding recipes that include parsnip!

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  • Mmm mmm love butternut pumpkin & pumpkin soup. Might have some on this freezing cold rainy day.

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  • Looks very yummy for a cold night

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  • My fav soup is pumpkin. So easy and yet so delicious. Tastes great and is healthy

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  • I’ve just bought the Kambrok soup maker so hoping this will work just as well. I don’t have a parsnip and don’t like ginger so will leave those out.

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  • Just adore pumpkin soup. A family favourite

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  • I’ve got a different brand of soup maker but I am sure it will work just as well – love pumpkin soup and have all of those ingredients!


    • Should work just as well with the other brand. :)

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  • Great to see no cream in the recipe

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  • butternut is my favourite pumpkin, thanks for this,

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  • Nothing better than pumpkin soup on a cold night. Delicious.

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  • this looks like a very creamy dish to make

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  • What a very cool appliance.

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  • Good read thanks for the information

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  • Maybe I’m old-fashioned, but I like making my soups in a large saucepan or stockpot. A you-beaut whizz-bang electric soup-maker just doesn’t seem the same. I’m sure the soup would taste different.

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