Thursday, October 30, 2014

Seasonal Soup for Autumn


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#Soup, #FallSoup, #AutumnSoup, #ComfortFood, #Recipe

This is going to be a picture heavy post, I have been going crazy with fall colors and fallen leaves. Every time my husband and I go for a walk, am stopping for pictures ….everytime! He even asked me, don’t you get bored of taking the same picture…my response the light is different, it’s not same. I don’t think he gets it but pretends otherwise. You don’t want to mess with ’the wife’

Just yesterday, my family was looking for me, I thought I had told them that I will be in the yard, but apparently no one heard. The beautiful tree in our backyard was calling my name  …I was there for 10 minutes but I was told that it was 40. I have never been good with numbers :)  I did not know I was being photographed.  Here is me taking pictures of the beautiful tree.

This month Ilva, Sophia and myself thought of doing a soup for the monthly post that we do together. I am horribly terribly late ( by a week ) Ilva and Sophia already posted their’s, you must check it out. Absolute yumminess. Thanks girls for your patience and hope to do it on time in November.

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The soup is made from fall vegetables. Pumpkin, carrots, sweet potatoes, squash & red onions.

2 cups pumpkin chunks
3/4 cup squash chunks
1/2 cup sweet potatoes
1/2 cup carrots chopped
3/4 cup onion

2 cups veggie stock ( preferably home made)

4-5 tbsp olive oil
salt to taste
1-2 tbsp all purpose spice blend 

Crushed pepper and chili oil to serve

Cuts the veggies into cubes, coat them into olive oil and add salt and roast at 350F for 10-15 min. Till nicely roasted. Make sure the cubes are big, else you will burn the veggies.

Add the roasted veggies and stock into the blender and blend till you have a smooth consistency. Add the spice blend and run the blender again, serve hot,  with crushed pepper, cilantro and a bit of chili oil.

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#Soup, #FallSoup, #AutumnSoup, #ComfortFood, #Recipe

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16 comments:

  1. very tempting soup.. I am big fan of pumpkin.. So yum!

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  2. I am falling in love with these pictures Simi. I am sure it tasted great.

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  3. Vibrant color soup, just like autumn. Love the colorful photos, i'm a HUGE fan of your clicks. You rock Simi!

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  4. wow my fvaorite pumpkin soup and this one i really want now.so chill here too.nice clicks simi

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  5. Lovely post! Loved the pictures Simi. Especially the last one!!

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  6. Lovely pictures! I particularly like the ones of the leaves in the sunshine.

    Your soup must taste wonderful! A delightful and comforting fall dish.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  7. The soup looks so creamy and soothing!

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  8. Lovely clicks,nice soup,apt for the season

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  9. Lovely Creamy and comforting soup for the fall!!

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  10. One of the many reasons I love living in a country with seasons. We are on the same path ... colored leaves and warming soups here too!

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  11. Can't get more Autumn than this can it, I can feel the warmth from that bowl of soup!

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  12. Love the beautiful color. this looks perfect for the cold weather ahead.

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  13. Love this post, Simi! Beautiful trees, color, and soup. Thanks for sharing at the Happy Holidays Link Party!

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