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Hi everyone! When I think of fall, I think of pumpkins, other various squashes and just warmth and coziness. With the weather in the Bay Area getting cooler by the day, it was time to start breaking out some new comfort food recipes, namely soup. Who doesn`t love a hot bowl of soup on a cold day?
When I was in LA over the summer, my family and I ate at a Wolfgang Puck restaurant and had an amazing butternut squash soup. It was so amazing that when I got home I looked up for `copycat` recipes. I found a couple, and this one was the less complicated of the two so my mom and I went with this one. The recipe will be linked below!
This recipe was pretty label intensive because it requires peeling and cutting a lot of vegetables. I think my mom and I cut this recipe in half and it was still a lot of work. The butternut squash was the most difficult item to cut because of its irregular shape.
A tip from my experience: the recipe does say to strain the liquid once you have blended it, but we skipped this step because it didn`t seem necessary. But unless you have an amazing immersion blender or a regular blender, not everything will get blended down into a liquid so we had little bits of carrot floating around in the soup. It didn`t affect the taste however, just the texture/mouth feel.
Also, even after cutting this recipe in half and serving three that night, we still had LOTS of leftovers. I think there was enough for about 6 more health servings of soup.
Thanks for reading! Have you tried butternut squash soup?
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