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I’m obsessed with soup once the weather chills down. I took this recipe but tweaked it to make it a little healthier and more to my tastes. It’s quick and could easily be made vegetarian or vegan. I served mine with a dallop of plain greek yogurt.
Note: To cook the acorn squash, I just stabbed it with a knife a few times and tossed it in the microwave whole. I cooked it for about 10 minutes, under it was soft when I squeezed it. Let cool for a few minutes, then slice it open, scoop out the seeds and discard. Then scoop out the squash for the soup. (I used an ice cream scooper for easy scooping. )
What’s your favorite cold-weather soup? Provide links if you have it! I have too many to choose!
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14 responses to “Easy Acorn Squash Soup”
I looked at acorn squashes in the store last night but wasn’t sure what to do with one. You gave me a good idea. Thanks.
Do you think this would work well with butternut squash?
I have half of one in the fridge I need to use up!
Yes definitely! Might even be better 😉 I love butternut squash soup. Let me know how it turns out!
I’ve been making a lot of soups recently too! I made a really good butternut squash soup and white chicken chili soup the other week!
I’m with you. All I want to make is soup right now! Your post has inspired me to pick up some acorn squash. I’ll let you know what I make with it!
I will have to try it! It looks beautiful (and tasty)! I still have a dozen acorn squash from the garden just calling my name.
I find all my acorn squash slightly overwhelming, I must admit.
It’s finally cooled down after record-breaking heat in So Cal. A perfect day for making soup. Thanks for sharing this recipe! I’ve got an acorn squash on the counter waiting to get stabbed. 🙂
Hahahaha! Have fun stabbing! 😉
I’ve posted a simple acorn squash soup recipe before too, but I love the sound of yours–garam masala is one of my favorite additions to soups!
Yum! I have a serious love for squash and can you believe I have never made a smooth, creamy soup out of one???? I must!
Fall is my favorite time of year, and if for no other reason, than for the soups. Here is my favorite soup recipe we have made this year:
Looks so good. Thank you for the recipe. I love pea soup!
I am a soup making maniac! My latest: pumpkin black bean http://foodiefresh.com/2010/11/09/pumpkin-black-bean-soup/
Check out my recipe page for more http://foodiefresh.com/recipes/
Just scroll down to “Soups and Stews”. I love them all!