By mermaidmagic on March 09, 2005
Photo by GaylaJ
Photo by GaylaJ
"A Cuisinart slow cooker recipe. Use vegetable stock instead of chicken stock for a vegetarian alternative."
Serving Size: 1 (650 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I found this soup to be delightful and easy as pie. I too confess to using uncooked rice, (the recipe wasn't clear) but the end result left me wondering if it was a mistake at all. After pureeing, it was like silk. I thoroughy enjoyed evry bite. Oh, and I used half chicken and half vegetable stock."
"Nice soup that virtually screams fall! I've had butternut-apple soup before, but I chose this one because of the curry. I was amazed at how nicely this thickened up. The apples give it a little sweetness and depending on what curry powder you use, there's a bit of heat too. I used fresh grated ginger (didn't measure, but it was probably around a tablespoon) and a hand/stick blender to puree it. Thank you!"
"Wonderful soup. My squash weighed in at about 2.25 pounds after peeling and seeding, so rather than cutting into another one, I scaled the recipe accordingly. I used minced fresh ginger, Granny Smith apples, and jasmine rice. Really enjoyed it--thanks for posting!"
"My room-mates and I really liked this soup- though I did change a few things. One thing I know I messed up on- I used uncooked rice since it didn't really specify. I also added carrots (they needed to be used) and didn't have onoins or celery. Still good tho!"
"This soup was amazing, great flavor and consistency. I loved the curry and nutmeg flavor! I will definitely make this again."
"This was good but it was a lot of work for the end result. It turned out really thick and it almost didn't feel like we were eating soup. I used the left overs as the sauce to make a chicken curry dish the next night and enjoyed this recipe for that use much better (Split chicken breasts covered in sauce covered in the oven on 350 for 45 min)."