Does anyone have any good puree soup recipes?



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Question by Stephanie: Does anyone have any good puree soup recipes?
I’ve been making a curried carrot soup, which is out-of-this-world! It works well in sweet potato form and I may make the next one curried carrot AND sweet potato. My brother-in-law recommended a roasted parsnip and ginger soup. I’m looking at black bean soups and white bean soups. I’m obsessed with puree soups since I got my hand-held submersible blender. Does anyone have a puree soup recipe that they really love?

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Answer by Rokur
Puree Tomatoes and Basil. Boil, season, simmer.

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One Response to Does anyone have any good puree soup recipes?

  1. Stuart says:

    Pumpkin soup:
    1 large pumpkin(I prefer butternut pumpkin for its sweetness)
    chicken stock or water to cover everything
    1 onion
    3-4 cloves garlic
    1 bacon rash
    1 tsp nutmeg
    salt & pepper to taste
    1 tsp Sugar
    cream for serving

    Fry Onion and bacon
    add pumpkin, stock, salt and pepper
    allow to boil until pumpkin is over cooked.
    add nutmeg
    puree
    serve with a dollop of cream in each bowl, and a sprinkling of chives if desired.

    Make a cream of chicken soup by making your favourite chicken soup.
    Puree and add cream when serving.

    Zuchinni(Courgette) soup.
    1 onion
    1 kg (2 pounds) Zuchinni
    Chicken stock
    salt and pepper
    Cream

    Fry onion, when translucent add zuchinni in batches, until softened.
    add stock to cover.
    add S&P to taste.
    boil for about 15 mins, or until everything is cooked.
    puree.

    to serve hot, pour into bowls and add a dollop of cream.
    to serve cold (My prefered way) allow to cool slightly, add cream and extra salt. place in fridge overnight.

    Hope this helps for more ideas have a look at. http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/collections/soup+recipes

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