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Pumpkin and Carrot Soup With Thermomix



Pumpkin and Carrot Soup is a hot dish particularly versatile.

I use it as a main course for my doughter's dinner, with much olive oil and parmesan.

The idea was given me by one of my sisters-in law. She told me how crazy for this soup her children where .

Until that moment I did the soup only with pumpkin, not with carrots.

But, I must say, that to combine together the two orange ingredients wasn't at all a bad idea!

But the history of this soup doesn't stop here.

I consider this soup a very catchy course to be served during a dinner.

Thus, a dish not only for children but for us adults too.

It seems a bit funny to serve babyfood in a dinner for adults ....

Yet but, as we were all a bit like Peter Pan, the pumpkin and carrot soup is a big hit even among those who are no longer children.

What do you think?


Ingredients

- 1 Onion
- 40 g Olive Oil
- 800 g Pumpkin
- 200 g Carrots
- 1 Stock (or 1 tablespoon of Thermomix Stock)
- 800 g Water


How to prepare the Pumpkin and Carrot Soup

Prepare the clear broth.

Pour water into the mixing bowl and add 1 Stock (or a tablespoon of Thermomix Stock) 5 Min 100 ° Speed Soft . Put aside.

Cut the pumpkin and the carrots into pieces .

Put the onions into the mixing bowl. 1-2 Sec. Speed.7

Add oil, pumpkin and carrots. 5 Min 100 ° Speed.1.

Add the broth. 20 Min. 100 ° Speed 1.

Then. 15 Sec. Speed 7.

To give the density you want to the soup, use the Varoma function. I did 20 Min. Temp. Varoma Speed 1.


My advice

During a dinner with friends (we were really lots of people and we still had the boxes of the recent removal) I wanted to make something original.

So, I served the pumpkin and carrots soup in beautiful hand-made dishes (rustic-looking and elegant) and gave the opportunity to the people to put into the soup a soft cheese or of goat or of cow milk.

A delight and a handsome looks impressive!

Try the two cheeses and let me know which option you prefer.



More recipes for preparing the Pumpkin Soup

http://thermomixrecipes.blogspot.com/search/label/pumpkin



How to prepare Pumpkin Soup Without Thermomix

http://www.mom-mom.com/pumpkin_soup_recipes.htm

http://www.pumpkinsoup.org/Pumpkin-Soup-Recipe/index.php

http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Pumpkin-Soup-L141.html

http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/spicy_pumpkin_soup/









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