Sunday, November 21, 2010

The Healthy Pumpkin Soup

The thick soup with no oil, butter or cream...

Just 3 simple ingredients!
Pumpkin, water and milk~!
But it taste just as nice~~Yummy~~

it goes so well with freshly baked homemade crusty bread..

I specially made just 1 small loaf to have it with the pumpkin soup.
That's all for our dinner! =)

The Healthy Pumpkin Soup

600ml Water
700g Pumpkin (Cut into 2 inches pieces)
150ml Low Fat Fresh Milk
A Pinch of Salt

1. Mix water and pumpkin together in a pot. Bring to a boil and turn to low heat.
2. Simmer until pumpkin is tender.
3. Remove from heat and let cool.
4. Puree!
5. Heat again and mix fresh milk in.
6. Simmer until bubbles can be seen at the sides of the pot.
7. Serve, and drizzle fresh milk on the soup as desired.


  1. Totally agree with a homemade pumpkin soup. I was so addicted to it last year during winter.

    My fave version is a combo of pumpkin, orange sweet potato (kumara) and carrots. I hardly add any liquids. Just a little water (1/2 cup) and full cream fresh milk (1/2 cup) to a whole wok of steamed-n-blended pumpkin-carrrot-kumara.

    It tastes so heavenly that the veggie soul of the after taste still linger in your mouth after you swallow the soup.

    I guess I like my western soups rich and thick. Heh heh. It's just simply delicious. You can eat it as a meal on its own. Naturally sweet and fragrant.

    Thanks for sharing. ^_^

  2. Look delicious and easy too. Must making this soup too :D

  3. Fleur, hello!
    I guess your pumpkin soup is really good and thick! Just 1/2 cup of water~ Droolzzz...
    So what's your favourite soup for now? HEHE

    Zoe..yeah really easy~~ and healthy!!