How to Cook Delicious Creamy Pumpkin and Carrot Soup

Creamy Pumpkin and Carrot Soup. Today we are going to add the creamy pumpkin and carrot soup. We then add in coconut cream, water, and various seasonings to complete our dish. In the event that your soup is too thick for your liking (this happens – don't panic) simply add a bit more water until you reach your desired consistency.

Creamy Pumpkin and Carrot Soup It is the truly the perfect option for a lazy dinner since it. A thick and creamy pumpkin soup that's full of flavour. Sweet pumpkin flavour, savouriness from the broth, garlic and onion. You can have Creamy Pumpkin and Carrot Soup using 13 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Creamy Pumpkin and Carrot Soup

  1. You need 1/4 of of fresh pumpkin, peeled and diced into cubes.
  2. It’s 2 piece of carrot, peeled and sliced.
  3. You need 1 piece of chicken sausage, sliced.
  4. Prepare 2 slices of Kraft Singles cheese.
  5. Prepare A few of slices of fresh tortilla as needed.
  6. You need 2-3 slices of fresh ginger.
  7. You need 1 clove of garlic, peeled and diced into cube (don’t smash it).
  8. It’s 2 of Chicken cube stock.
  9. You need of salt.
  10. It’s of pepper.
  11. It’s of Nutmeg powder.
  12. You need of Dry parsley (or fresh parsley when available).
  13. It’s of Olive oil.

You'll be mopping up every I've always sauted my vegetables before adding liquid, and was skeptical that this recipe doesn't need this (and also doesn't need celery and carrot. Thick & Creamy Pumpkin Soup makes the weekly rounds at our house and is always served with a swirl of cream, crispy bacon pieces AND sometimes It doesn't necessarily make soup thicker. The thick and creamy texture comes from the pumpkin, potatoes and carrots. Pumpkin and carrot are beautiful together and bring out such a lovely sweet flavour, which is nicely What I love most about this pumpkin and carrot soup is that can be easily made in multiple ways.

Creamy Pumpkin and Carrot Soup step by step

  1. Pour a bit of olive oil into the pressure cooker, then add the sliced ginger and garlic and let it simmer a bit.
  2. Put the pumpkin cube and carrot into cooker, seasoned it with the salt, pepper and nutmeg powder as you like it. Let it simmer for a while and then add 2 cups of water..
  3. Securely close the pressure cooker tightly and let the wonder work for 10minutes. Longer time needed if the pumpkin is from a harder type..
  4. Meanwhile, you can prepare your tortilla by grilling them lightly over a small fire on a grill pan with a splash of olive oil until it’s crispy and properly done..
  5. Once the time set for the pressure cooker, take it from the stove and put it under a running water on your sink to release the pressure before open it. Be careful for the steam coming out from the cooker..
  6. Slowly take the pumpkins and carrots from the cooker and put into the blender with some of the liquid from the cooker. Do not over stuff the blender and always leave 1/4 of empty space in the blender before covering the lid carefully..
  7. Blend the pumpkin mush and carrot as you like. If you want it to be smoother, blend it longer. I like it a bit coarser, so I only blend it for 5-10 seconds..
  8. Put the cooker pan back on the stove and add some water into it (about half of the amount of your puréed pumpkin mix) and put to boil with the chicken stock cube in it..
  9. Add the sliced sausage into the pan and let it boil. Dropped the 1st slice of Kraft Singles and let it melt in the mix. Then slowly put the blended mixture of the pumpkin and carrot slowly, while keep stirring it well..
  10. Seasoned it with salt and pepper and some nutmeg powder to your taste. Let it boil into simmer with low heat..
  11. Serve with the grilled tortillas and the other Kraft singles cheese. You can add more cheese if you want. Don’t forget to sprinkle some parsley on top of it before serving it..
  12. Best to eat on a cold night or rainy afternoon. Enjoy!.

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