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RECIPE: sweet potato & pumpkin soup with curry

RECIPE: sweet potato & pumpkin soup with curry

Now that Fall is in full force, soups are on the menu a lot more at our home. It is one of my favorite go-to meals on chilly days and there are so many different options. Mike and I love a tomato creme soup with bruschetta for dinner or a hearty chicken soup when the nose is runny. A personal favorite of mine is pumpkin soup. To me, pumpkin is the essence of autumn (PSL, just sayin’) and it instantly makes you feel better on a cold and rainy day! Last week, I had a few leftovers in the fridge, including a bit of pumpkin, 1 sweet potato and 3 carrots. I tossed everything together with a side of paneer naan from take-out Indian the night before and the outcome was pretty amazing! Reason enough to share the recipe for my curried sweet potato & pumpkin soup with you guys, right? Enjoy!

recipe: curried sweet potato & pumpkin soup - Bikinis & Passports

What you’ll need:
– 2 tbsp olive oil
– 1 red onion
– 300 gr. pumpkin
– 1 sweet potato
– 2 carrots
– 1 tbsp yellow curry powder
– 750 ml veggie broth
– 1 tsp salt + pepper to taste

In a medium sized pot, heat the olive oil and sauté chopped red onion. In the meantime, cut the pumpkin, carrots and sweet potato to bite size pieces and add to onions. Grill for a few minutes, stir frequently. Deglaze with the veggie broth and bring to a quick boil. Then let the soup simmer for about 20 minutes before adding salt and curry powder. Use an immersion blender for a silky smooth sweet potato & pumpkin soup. Season with salt and pepper to your likings & enjoy on a cold day!
Note: If you prefer a creamier soup, you can also add about 100ml of heavy cream before using the immersion blender.

recipe: curried sweet potato & pumpkin soup - Bikinis & Passports

recipe: curried sweet potato & pumpkin soup - Bikinis & Passports recipe: curried sweet potato & pumpkin soup - Bikinis & Passports

What are your favorite soups during Fall? Do you have any recommendations for me to try?

PS. check out my pumpkin soup recipe from last year HERE.

14 Comments

  • 5 years ago

    Hmmm das sieht sehr lecker aus!

  • 5 years ago

    Tolles Rezept! Da läuft mir jetzt schon das Wasser im Mund zusammen, yumm 🙂 glg

  • 5 years ago

    Könnte dir nicht mehr zustimmen. Im Herbst gibts bei mir sicher alle zwei Wochen mal eine Kürbiscremesuppe! 🙂
    LG, Andrea

  • Renee
    5 years ago

    I made exactly the same soup this week. Only I used Kurkuma instead of curry. Delicious!

  • 5 years ago

    Ich werde das Rezept auf jeden Fall nachkochen! Vielen dank dafür 🙂

    Liebe Grüße

    Liv von http://smukkeliv.blogspot.de

  • 5 years ago

    Lecker! Süßkartoffel und Kürbis passen richtig toll zueinander. 🙂 Ich mache mir an kälteren Tagen gerne eine Suppe aus roten Linsen, Möhren, Kurkuma, Curry, Chili und Kreuzkümmel.

  • 5 years ago

    Ich liebe Kürbissuppe, sollte deine Variante davon auf jeden Fall ausprobieren! Ich glaube, das Curry und die Süßkartoffel sind eine gute Ergänzung zum Kürbis. Was ist denn das für ein Brot dabei?

    • vicky
      5 years ago

      Hi Barbara,

      das ist (wie im Text geschrieben :)) Paneer Naan vom Inder. Also so eine Art Fladenbrot.

      xox Vicky

  • 5 years ago

    This looks so delicious…and like something I could handle – hehe! Thanks for the great recipe!

  • 5 years ago

    Sieht wirklich super aus! Könnte so was im Herbst ständig essen! 🙂

    Liebst,

    A. von http://littlefashionfox.blogspot.de/

  • 5 years ago

    Hört sich super lecker an! Ich liebe Süßkartoffeln!

  • Angelica
    5 years ago

    Bei uns gab’s gestern Abend Kokos-Kürbis-Suppe mit Ingwer und Chili-Flocken – auch eine super leckere Kombi wie ich finde. Deine Variante hört sich aber auch sehr gut an und werde ich beim nächsten Mal auf jeden Fall mal testen 🙂
    Ansonsten essen wir im Herbst/Winter auch sehr gerne einen Gemüse-Eintopf aus Kartoffeln , einem Bund Suppengrün (wenn’s schnell gehen muss, auch mal TK-Suppengrün) und magerem Kassler. Easy zuzubereiten, sehr lecker und gerade für die kalten Tage genau das Richtige 🙂

  • 5 years ago

    Hm sieht das lecker aus. Das wird nachgekocht!

    Liebe Grüße Jessy von Kleidermädchen

  • Jill Burton
    5 years ago

    I made this soup last night – it was absolutely delicious. Will now be making it to freeze so that I can finally get rid of all this pumpkin!

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