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Petal's Roast Pumpkin Soup - spicey with lime and ginger


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#1 Petal

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Posted 24 July 2019 - 02:20 PM

An easy soup to make and add whatever veges and spices you have on hand.

 

Prepare the veges and roast with some rosemary and olive oil and salt until tender - not browned though. About 45 mins on 180c.

 

Put in a large pot and puree using a blender stick.

 

Stir in grated ginger, lime juice, whatever spices you want to add  and the chicken stock.

 

* Adding a tin of coconut milk and coriander will make this more Thai tasting.

 

Gently simmer for about 45 mins to get the flavours going together.

 

Serve with a dollop of cream or greek yoghurt or sour cream and some fresh herbs or crunchy nuts :)

 

 

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Posted 24 July 2019 - 02:58 PM

Yuummm, that looks like a good one @Petal... looks like a bit of bacon wouldn't hurt it :P


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Posted 24 July 2019 - 03:06 PM

Yuummm, that looks like a good one @Petal... looks like a bit of bacon wouldn't hurt it :P

 

Yep for sure, bacon would be lovely in it although I would skip the ginger and lime in that case. Cheers, thanks Horse :)


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Posted 24 July 2019 - 03:28 PM

It looks yummy doers that @Petal :D

 

So if i went shops to buy some herbs and spices tomorrow cus i wanna make a really simple Indian type curry what do i need to buy mate ? Same questions for Thai curry ? Cheers bnig ears :D


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Posted 24 July 2019 - 06:43 PM

if you mix sour cream and whipped cream together put in a squirt bottle it will float ontop of the soup can do swirls and ad some chive oil drops also I love puree soup 


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Posted 24 July 2019 - 07:00 PM

It looks yummy doers that @Petal :D

 

So if i went shops to buy some herbs and spices tomorrow cus i wanna make a really simple Indian type curry what do i need to buy mate ? Same questions for Thai curry ? Cheers bnig ears :D

 

Thanks Jimmi :)

 

Hope this helps and I look forward to hearing how you go with it - I know you are a bit of whiz in the kitchen :pimped:

 

Basic Indian Curry

Essential Spices:

Curry powder (has most basics in it which you can ramp up with extras below)

Turmeric

Coriander ground or seeds

Cumin ground or seeds

Chilli peppers (either fresh, dried and chopped, powder or use cayenne pepper)

 

Optional Spices:

Cardamon Pods (cracked open and use the seeds)
Garam masala - adds more flavour depth

Allspice

Cinnamon (powder or sticks)

 

Essentials:

Tomato paste (or tin diced tomatoes)

Ginger root grated (or ginger powder)

Onions

Garlic cloves 

 

https://www.wikihow....ke-Indian-Curry

 

Thai Curry 

Ginger root grated

Lime Juice fresh squeezed

Tin Coconut cream or milk (full fat)

Bunch of  fresh Coriander  (cilantro)

Red chilli peppers fresh

Cumin ground or seeds

 

 

https://www.asaucyki...oconut-chicken/

 

Use any meat or veges you want to use with your curry sauces and adjust seasonings to your taste.

Naan bread or pappadums as a side

Dollop of Greek yoghurt or sour cream finishes it off B)


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#7 Petal

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Posted 24 July 2019 - 07:02 PM

if you mix sour cream and whipped cream together put in a squirt bottle it will float ontop of the soup can do swirls and ad some chive oil drops also I love puree soup 

 

Ooo that's a handy tip! Thanks Nb!

Definitely going to do that :)
 


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Posted 24 July 2019 - 07:47 PM

It looks yummy doers that @Petal :D

 

... Cheers bnig ears :D

 

Oh, and Jimmi ...

 

up your nose with a rubber hose! :lol:


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Posted 25 July 2019 - 08:16 AM

Oh, and Jimmi ...

 

up your nose with a rubber hose! :lol:

Cheers i`ll try that.......................the recipe`s that is, well if i remember to write down what`s needed and if i do i shall put results up here. :)


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Posted 25 July 2019 - 09:00 AM

Cheers i`ll try that.......................the recipe`s that is, well if i remember to write down what`s needed and if i do i shall put results up here. :)

 

Good one :)

 

You will need to get onions and garlic for the Thai curry and paprika for colour too mate.

 

I was just thinking herbs and spices and not full ingredients for full recipes but these should turn any meat and vege into your curry.

 

Hope you do it :)


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