I hope they Serve this recipe in Prison, Cuz Martha Stewart will be there for a while. :)
This is really fantastic and today is the second time I'm making it for company. I took the advice to serve it in individual 'mini' pumpkins. To really top it off, I cored and roasted the mini pumpkins first to give the feel and look that the soup is supposed to be in there. FANTASTIC! Thanks for posting!
I LOVE this recipe! It really looks chic. I used smaller pumpkins from my garden and made individual serving bowls by cutting them in half. I cut a thin slice from bottom of "bowls," so that they would set flat on the table.
I make this recipe all the time. It is fantastic!! The last couple of times I have varied by roasting the pumpkin which makes it taste even better !!
I live in Germany, and pumpkin isn't half as popular here as it is in North America; needless to say, my in-laws were apprehensive about eating something that came from a pumpkin. They, however, loved the dish once they tried it! Excellent recipe!
Just blendd the lot when done with a stick mixer in pot. Blendd in some parsley too. Added a dollop of cream to each bowl when served instead of b4. Luvly
This soup had excellent flavor and my kids even loved it. I didn't put it in a pumpkin and I microwaved the pumpkin for about 10 minutes before dicing it up to make it go a little faster.
Wonderful Harvest soup. Thanks to you and Martha Stewart! In this country, we are inocent until proven guilty. Distasteful comments reflect on the person who shared it.
Looks yummy gotta try this recipe. And it perfect soup to serve before holiday meal. I had it once at friends house and it was out of this world. was brought to a Christmas eve Party. I was like soup made with acorn or butternut squash but had much livelier taste than those soups. toppings recoomeneded nice tosted pine nuts or if not liked thosesome mint fro decoration and curly cue of the pumpkin peel. It's pretty simple esp if you use cannned pumpkin takes less prep time. and you don't risk cutting your self when cutting though the pumpkin.