воскресенье, 6 ноября 2016 г.

Thai Butternut Squash Sweet Potato Soup (2)

Thai Butternut Squash Sweet Potato Soup (2)


Thai Butternut Squash Sweet Potato Soup (2)


This looks so good! I was adding it to my menu and looking at the ingredients for my shopping list but don’t see sweet potatoes or carrots in the recipe – are they possible substitutions for the squash?


Oh my goodness! Amazing how many times you can read something and not catch errors. I have updated the recipe to call for 3 medium carrots and 1 large sweet potato. Thank you!


As far as substitutions for the squash, you might try 1 small sweet potato and 1 more carrot – it will change the taste somewhat but I still think it would be good.


I wish we were having this for dinner, it looks wonderful! Can’t wait to give it a try.


Thanks Candace! Hopefully you will soon ��


This looks and sounds awesome! Thanks for sharing your recipe, and your photos are stunning. ��


This looks amazing and I would so eat this everyday!


I just made this last night and it was incredible! I used pre-cut squash so it didn’t take long at all to make and I didn’t even miss the toasted seeds. Thanks for such a delicious soup!


Thanks so much for letting me know you loved the soup Sara! Brought a big smile to my face! Thanks for stopping by!


Your pictures are just beautiful, Jen! I’m drooling over all the wonderful flavors in this soup!


Curry soups are comfort food at it’s best. This is a beautiful and incredibly delicious looking recipe!


Oh my goodness! This just looks and sounds like a warm bowl full of fall! �� Yum!


This looks amazing! I love sweet potato anything so know I’ll love this one with all of those wonderful Thai flavors.


This is my kind of soup!! So perfect for fall!! ��


This soup is delicious! Very full of flavor, and the siracha adds a perfect kick. I haven’t made the seeds yet, but I saved them to roast later this week when I have time. As an added plus, I was able to get all of the main produce ingredients from the local farmers market. Thanks for sharing a really great recipe!


You are most welcome Ashley! That is so great you were able to get all the ingredients at your farmer’s market – love that! And love that you loved the soup, thank you! I am posting a similar Fall stir fry next week that you might enjoy �� Thanks for visiting!


I found this recipe via Pinterest & made it for supper tonight.


It. Was. AMAZING.


I will be making this again & again! Thanks!!


Hi Vivian, I am so happy you found my site/recipe! This soup is a favorite of mine so thank you so much for letting me know you loved it, that makes me so happy! Thanks for visiting and I hope you find other recipes you love ��


You look wonderful. I pray you continue in good health and spirits. I am looking forward trying your yummy recipes. thank you


You are so kind Monique, thank you! I am feeling really well, the best I have in years. So many blessings! I hope you find some recipes you enjoy!


Just wanted to let you know I made this tonight in the slow cooker and it came out GREAT. I love the set it and forget it” aspect of the slow cooker, especially on a chilly fall Sunday in New England. I cooked all the veg in the broth for six hours on low, added the curry paste and cooked one hour more. Then I puréed it with my immersion blender and stirred in the coconut milk, basil, lime juice, and sriracha. (Also I used Thai basil because I had some on hand and it seemed like a perfect fit.) Easy and delicious! Thanks so much for the recipe – it is definitely going into my regular rotation for easy, healthy soups.


Hi Krista, what a fabulous idea to make this in the slow cooker! If you don’t mind, I thinK I will add your directions to the post �� I am so happy you loved the recipe enough that it made your regular rotation – yay!!!


Squash, curry and ginger all in one soup? Sounds perfect! Do you think milk or yogurt could be substituted for the coconut milk for someone with nut allergies?


Hi Chey! I would try substituting half and half or a combination of milk and heavy cream. You will lose the coconut flavor but I think it will still taste delicious!


Thanks—I can’t wait to try it!


If you sautee the onions a head of time could you make this in a crock pot?


Hi Kelly, great question! Yes you can definitely make this in the crockpot. I would follow step 2 of sauteing onions as well as the red curry paste, red pepper flakes, ginger and garlic and then proceed to the crockpot. I hope you love it!


What is fish sauce?


Fish sauce is a common flavoring ingredient in Thai cuisine typically prepared from anchovies and sea salt. Its better not to smell it �� but it adds wonderful flavor. It can be found in the Asian section of any grocery store and even Super Wal-Marts.


Made it for lunch. Delicious. I did add two teaspoons of turmeric, just because I’m trying to use more of it for health reasons. I taste while cooking and when I added the coconut milk it turned dreamy. Great recipe! I’m trying the sticky chicken in orange sauce for dinner because it sounds great.


So happy you enjoyed this soup and your addition of turmeric and coconut milk does indeed sound “dreamy”! Thanks Carmen!


I though I’d share a bit of love. I found this receipt a little over a year ago and it has become my “go to” during the cooler months. It has also been requested by friends & family for dinners, events, and even Thanksgiving. I have looked at many variations, but yours, and only yours make the cut. From the addition of sweet potatoes & carrots, to the receipt for the honey sriracha seeds, this is a superb dish. So, Thank You for sharing.


Hi Patrick, THANK YOU For sharing the love! I am thrilled to hear how much you love this recipe and it is your “go to”! Seriously, you made my day, thank you so much! I hope you have a wonderful weekend and a very Happy Thanksgiving!!


I just made this tonight. And I might be in love with you. SO GOOD!


LOL! Food is the way to the heart! Thank you so much Becki, I am thrilled you loved it so much!!


Goodness, this recipe is amazing in flavor! It will now become a go-to recipe on a regular basis in our home. The texture is very smooth. The heat from the spice is intense and soul rendering satisfying. My two comments are: it is an easy recipe to substitute vegetable broth for the chicken broth making it vegetarian. And my second comment is this: I was in a hurry to get a soup made but had little time in which to hang around making it on the stove top. My solution was to saute the onions, adding the garlic last minute, adding the red curry paste for flavor infusion, finally adding all the rest of the ingredients in my Dutch Oven. I put the soup in the oven on 250 F degrees for 3 plus hours. I pureed the soup and to my great relief and delight, the soup was fantastic! Oh so delicious! The complexity and depth was not compromised. Thank you for this recipe.


Hi Barbara, sorry for the delay as I switched servers and it took a few days to get all my comments transferred but thank you so much for your comment! I am thrilled you loved this soup so much and it will be a new go to – yay! Thank you so much for sharing your easy, speedy method – I will definitely have to try that – sounds like less work with all the flavor!


Mega creamy (WITHOUT any cream), Thai Butternut Squash, Sweet Potato, Carrot Soup infused with red curry, ginger, garlic coconut milk, and sriracha – the layers of flavor are SO comforting and positively ADDICTING!


Thank you all for your thoughtful comments regarding my last post. It is good to be alive! and always a good reminder to not take anything for granted – life, loved ones, health, shelter, even food. And not just food, but good food!


With that in mind, I bring you:


Having just celebrated our first day of spring, I hope you don’t think it’s too warm for soup because I am just too in love with this soup to wait to share it with you! I decided waiting to share would be selfish on my part because the sooner I share this Thai Butternut Squash, Sweet Potato, Carrot Soup, the sooner you could savor it and fall in love with soup all over again!


I was inspired by a traditional butternut squash soup and decided to make it Thai style, because to me, nothing is much better in a soup than coconut milk, ginger, basil and Sriracha…and fish sauce…can I say that? without you feeling squeemish? I feel like “fish sauce” has a bad rap – or maybe its just with Patrick who I have to hide the bottle of fish sauce from the second after I use it any recipe. What he doesn’t realize is the that fish sauce is completely necessary for authentic Thai flavor in most dishes. It adds a nutty, rich, savory, salty taste. In fact, I added fish sauce to the soup because it was missing a big “something” ah ha – fish sauce! So if you’ve never used it (it can be found in the Asian isle of any grocery store), just don’t smell it – and you are good to go!


As I was cutting my squash, I thought it would be such a shame to not use the seeds (anyone else love roasted pumpkin seeds!), so decided to roast them in honey, Sriracha and cumin. They are DELISH! I had to smack Patrick’s hand from eating them all or I wasn’t going to have any left for the soup – let alone the pictures. I should have just told him I added fish sauce to them – that would have done it.


Also true to Thai cuisine, this soup is garnished with roasted peanuts which adds the perfect balance and interest of texture to the creamy soup. So for me, the crunch of the peanuts are a must, for Patrick the roasted honey Sriracha seeds are a must – so I added them both and the soup is doubly delish!


This soup is mega creamy (without any cream!), mega healthy and mega flavorful. It is one of those soups that gets better the longer the flavors meld – so you can even prepare it a day or two in advance and it will be even more scrumptious – as will any leftovers!


Sending you my love with this Thai Butternut Squash, Sweet Potato, Carrot Soup – it will make you fall in love with soup all over again!


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