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As soon as the summer warmth leaves the air outside and the hint of autumn crispness returns, I look forward to pumpkins being available everywhere, so that I can make a batch of this Soup. My boyfriend and I have recently started to eat sweet potato over regular potato, and have been enjoying experimenting with all the different flavour combinations.
This soup is so homely and is such an Aumtum warmer. It is really easy to make and as simple as adding all the ingredients to a pan
I used beef stock in my to get some additional flavour, but you could use whichever favour of stick you may prefer.
If you have any left over pumpkin, consider leaving out in the back garden instead of throwing it away, lots of wildlife creatures love pumpkin.
We actually visited our local farm to pick up a pumpkin in the run up to Halloween, I love their vibrant colours!
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Slimming World Friendly Soup Recipes
Slimming World Friendly Sweet Potato & Pumpkin Soup Recipe
Extra Easy Syn Value: Syn Free
Healthy Extras: None
You will need:
1 small pumpkin
2 sweet potatoes, peeled and cubed
1 pint beef stock
a pinch of salt & pepper
1 tsp Worcester sauce
1/2 tsp sweetener
Pinch smoked paprika
Scoop out the inside of the pumpkin. Discard the seeds and chop the flesh up into small chunks.
Put all ingredients in a large saucepan and bring to boil.
As soon as the soup boils, reduce the heat to the lowest and allow to simmer.
Cover and leave for 45 mins to simmer gently.
Once cooled slightly, add to a blender and blitz until the mixture is completely smooth.
Can be kept in the fridge in a sealed container for up to one week.
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