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« on: May 12, 2008 07:49:58 AM »

Ive got a pumpkin in my fridge... I brought it for vege soup and then ran out of room in the pot (always a good sign  Cheesy) so decided Id save it for next vege soup as my other half wont eat pumpin unless its in soup.
Then I remembered pumpkin soup  Cheesy which we both love.
Has anyone got a recipe using natural ingredients, little to no spices and little to no milk products (I have colitis and they make me sick) if you can find it with little to no milk or spices just a standard recipe will be fine and I just wont eat it  Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2008 09:19:55 AM »

This is the recipe i have, i figured you might be able to use it as it uses coconut milk instead of cream and if the chilli is going to be too much spice it can be left out.


Ingredients
1 large pumpkin, cut in chunks
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 medium red chilli, chopped
1 can coconut milk
lots of coriander leaves
salt and pepper

Method
1. Cut the pumpkin into quarters so they are a manageable size to work with. Scoop out the seeds and remove the skin.
2. Chop the flesh into small chunks and cook in boiling water until soft.
3. Meanwhile, add the chilli, garlic, half the corinader, salt and pepper to a blender and whiz until well blended.
4. When the pumpkin is soft, drain the cooking water but reserve it. Put the pumkin into the blender with the chilli mix and blend.
5. Put the mixture back into a saucepan, add the coconut milk and simmer. If it is too thick, add some of the reserved cooking water.
6. Serve in large bowls and add the remaining chopped coriander for garnish.
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« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2008 04:11:06 PM »

dya think it would work minus the chilli and corriander? hmm coconut milk, Ive got powdered stuff lol, that should work (just dilute the cream, aparntly works).
Thankyou  Cheesy
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« Reply #3 on: May 13, 2008 02:06:22 AM »

i'm sure it would be just fine without the chilli, and probably without the carriander too
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