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Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut Squash Soup recipe
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Our garlic-and-allspice-infused butternut soup rivals anything from your corner bistro. We make it simple. You make it delicious.
20 min
45 min
8 servings, about 1 cup soup and 5 crackers each
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I find that baking the seeded, halved squash for about 30 minutes and letting it cool before adding to the pot cuts some time. Also substituted mild curry & fresh ginger (to taste) for the allspice.
I found this recipe to be incredibly bland. I was highly disappointed at the way it turned out. I had to add a lot of brown sugar, cinnamon, sugar, salt, and vanilla extract just for it to be managable to eat. I would not recommend this recipe nor will I be making it again.
This recipe was wonderful on a rainy day. I substituted the 1/8tsp nutmeg for the allspice. It was delicious
My husband and I enjoyed this recipe. We had had a similar soup at a restaraunt that carried the name of a famous chef in Las Vegas and I was excited when I found this recipe to taste almost identical.
This is a great receipe, but there are two ingrediants I added which helped in flavor. First I added 1/2 cup of dried apricots in the soup which sweetens the soup. I also topped the soup with chopped bacon, this gives a great smokey flavor.
I thought it was a little boring, but my family liked it (unless they were just being polite).
I had never tried cooking Butternut Squash before but have seen or heard about simple recipes which I wanted to try. Well, I'm so glad I tried this one! It is very simple to make and the soup is fantastic! When cooking, I keep my friends and/or family in mind as I like to share new dishes with them. After preparing this soup I shared the recipe with my sister and told her that I will prepare it again but this time, for my neices. I know they'll really like the hint of sweetness the allspice adds. Thank you for posting this fabulous recipe!
This soup was very good. It was easy to make as well. I substituted cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves for the allspice. (b/c I didn't have any allspice.) Next time I won't put in as much ground cloves - it's too overpowering. Otherwise, the soup was good and I will try it again.
I didnt add the sour cream or all spice but did add bacon and apples.It still seemed like it was missing something missing,although that was proably the spices I didnt use. It still turned out great. I would make it again and add the stuff I didnt.
I also added 1 sweet potato and my kids love it.
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