I really enjoy Moosewood recipes and this was no exception. I added 1 tsp of ginger and cut out the olive oil. I used veggue stock excellent flavor. Unfortuneately I had no fresh sage but added a pinch of dried to the soup . I had frozen roasted garlic cloves so used them. Thanks Tish for posting this recipe
I didn't read the recipe well enough to notice to put the onions and garlic in with the butternut squash to roast. Oops. So I had to saute the onions and garlic afterwards with the spices (not a bad side effect). I used beef broth (just what I had) and it seemed fine. I thought the dish had plenty of flavor but the texture was a little off for me. It just didn't have the creaminess of other butternut squash soups I've had. I ended up adding about 1/2 cup of whole milk at the end to try to get some smoothness and richness and served it with a bit of sour cream and cilantro on top. Will make again!
I loved this recipe. Have tried a few squash soup recipes and this one is really good and quite easy. I used chicken stock instead of apple juice or vegetable broth. I also added about 3/4 cup of applesauce for a little hint of sweetness. This soup is great topped with parmesan or bacon bits. Thanks Tish!
This is an excellent soup. I made it last year for Thanksgiving and am planning to make it again this year. It's not hard to make. It'd be a great soup to warm up with on any crisp autumn day.
Delicious- the fresh sage added so much to the soup!!
Very yummy! Great texture. I think that roasting the squash, onions and garlic really deepens the flavor. I used my homemade chicken stock. Very easy and quick to mix together once the roasting is done.
Loved the flavor of this soup. Easy to roast and then put together.
Very tasty and great texture, I added 1 tsp. of minced ginger and that added a nice touch.
I love this recipe. I added apple pieces when roasting the squash, and cream at the end. Delicious!
This soup was just OK. I thought it needed a little more flavor. My husband did not like it, but my toddler liked it. Go figure.