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    Default Herbs to go in pumpkin soup?

    Im feeling a bit down today so I brought a big pumpkin and wanna make soup. I usually just put garlic and chicken stock in it. Give me some easy ideas to make it a little nicer.

    me and dp with dd and ds

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    Ginger & coriander is a nice twist on pumpkin soup :-)


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    My mum always puts chives in her pumpkin soup, yum!

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    garlic and nutmeg

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    i second the nutmeg. And quite randomly my dh puts a lil paprika on his in the middle on the top of the cream

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    I always just put in some garlic and onion when cooking the pumpkin. Add some lemon juice while blending it and sour cream and chives as an optional garnish.

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    Now I feel like pumpkin soup! I agree with chives also onion is good too.

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    Put a tin of creamed corn, half a cup of cream and chopped chives in after cooking and heat through. Yum!

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    Definitely chives

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    Mmmmm, nutmeg in pumpkin soup! Num num num!


 

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