Delicious! So enjoyable! I added a hint of cinnamon and nutmeg. I think the onions are very important to this recipe. This fall weather makes having pumpkin soup so special. We will definitely have it again. Thanks for sharing, Chef Flower. Prepared as a participant in the Edition #9 Make My Recipe Event.
We thoroughly enjoyed this so easy to make soup as our first course tonight with some buttered wholegran bread rolls. I put a swirl of sour cream on top and we enjoyed. I changed it to 3 serves but still had a serve left over. In step 5 after removing orange rind and bay leaves I used a stick blender (in pot) to blend and let cool and then added milk and reheated. Thank you Chef floWer. Made for WHO AM I?
Chef floWer, what a great soup. I did cheat just a little, I had made extra of Spicy Roast Pumpkin and so I used it in this soup but everything else was as per the recipe. I love the flavour with the lemon and orange. I tiopped with sour cream and it was fantastic! I will be making this again especially with winter coming on. Great recipe Chef floWer, Thank you this soup is going to make winter a little easier to handle!!
This was simply delicious. I particularly enjoyed the citrus flavor imparted by the orange peel and lemon juice (in my case Meyer lemons) which made this distinct from your typical pumpkin and winter squash soups. To make this a low fat dish (and consistent with the WW Core program) I cooked the onions in 2 teaspoons of canola oil and added a little vegetable broth to keep them from getting too dry. For the topping, I used a 50:50 combination of fat free sour cream and plain nonfat yogurt. This gives a creamier result than the plain yogurt which worked well here. Finally, with not a chive in site I made a snap decision to garnish with a little crystalized ginger with was a nice contrast with the subtle fruit essence of the soup. Thanks for a quick, effortless and delicious meal.