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Butternut Squash Soup # 2

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Butternut Squash Soup # 2

I have posted this recipe a while back and have made it several times but I have changed so much that I posting it again with what I did different. And just in time for fall.

What I added:
A bunch of broccoli, cauliflower, yellow squash, carrot pulp(from juicing), mushrooms, three types of onions, green and yellow pepper (I used more onion and peppers). I also used two other types of squash besides the butternut squash (but I'm not sure what they are called) I have noticed that the more green colored veggies you put in the more green the soup looks. So if you want the squash soup to look like that picture I see were its nice and yellow don't add too much colorful veggies.


Ingredients:
1 big butternut squash (mine was about 2 pounds)
1/2 cup onion
1 can white kidney beans
1/2 red pepper
big pile of cut up greens
3 cups of water
1 cup orange juice
A small amount of ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon
1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of onion powder, Mrs. dash, garlic, curry powder, seasoned salt

Directions:
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Cut up the butternut squash into small pieces and place on a pan and bake for around 30-45 minutes.

While the squash is baking, chop up the onion and the red pepper, add to the stock pot with a little water (broth or oil can be used) and sautee. When done sauting take off heat until squash is done.

I tear all the greens into small pieces and made a big pile (I used collards, turnip greens, and kale) I add the greens at the end.

When the butternut squash is done and cooled off, scoop out the squash (I didn't add all the squash cause it seemed like alot) and add it to the pot with water, orange juice and the spices and stir.

Open the can of beans and rinse and add to the pot. Stir and add more spices if needed and let the soup cook until it came to a boil (I just don't remember how long but not very long) and then turn off. Add the greens in and let the greens wilt in the pot for a few minutes.

I used my hand blender to puree the butternut squash. And now its ready to eat. I still added more spices.

Note:

I didn't measure anything so all the measurements are a guess.

If your thinking the beans sounds weird in squash soup, you can't even taste them after the soup is pureed (I'm not a fan of beans)

Next time I'm going to add more veggies like broccoli, carrots, sweet potato, cauliflower, zucchini, more greens, but feel free to add what ever you want. I figured the more veggies the better.


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KIMPAINTS 11/14/2013 8:35PM

    WOW, that sounds so delicious. I will have to make it when my Man is not home. No matter what I do I can't get him to eat squash, and believe me I have tried. emoticon

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LAMOURA 11/22/2012 1:41PM

    How does this one taste with the orange juice? I have never tried one with orange juice before. emoticon

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GOTTAPLAN4U 10/30/2012 9:38AM

  I had to stop back and tell you how much I like this recipe. The beans and greens are a terrific idea. I have been having it for breakfast.

I cooked the squash and onions in my pressure cooker and then blended it with the stick blender. Then I added red kidney beans and chopped collards and spices. I loved the colors and the lumpy/chewy that resulted.

This is not just a keeper, but also a repeater. emoticon

I already bought another squash.

P.S. I didn't have orange juice so I added a tangerine with the onions and peppers.

Kate

Comment edited on: 10/30/2012 9:43:11 AM

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RAVENSOUL69 10/14/2012 2:30PM

    I actually have all these ingredients on hand, this is going to be dinner, yay! Thanks so much for posting!

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BOOKWORM27S 10/14/2012 7:44AM

    That sounds delicious! What a great combo of flavors.

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ROSALIEESTHER 10/14/2012 7:22AM

    Oh DS9KIE! This sounds incredible. Just perfect for the rainy day ahead of me.

Guess you can't say you don't know how to cook anymore. This qualifies you as a gourmet chef!

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ANDROMEDA1967 10/14/2012 7:03AM

    Makes me want to beak out my soup bible and start making more soups. Tis the season for it. I'll be making a beef stew today!

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GOTTAPLAN4U 10/14/2012 6:31AM

  This sounds so delicious with the beans and greens. I am definitely going to try it. (i should get 3 spark points) emoticon

I think I would also love it without blending it.

Thanks,
Kate

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