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chilled spiced yellow squash soup

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Nutritions

  • Carbohydrates: 190.1
  • Fats: 28.0
  • Dietary Fiber: 0.0
  • Minerals: 0.0
  • Proteins: 2.0
  • Vitamins: 12.0
  • Water: 2.0

Steps

  1. Combine the squash
  2. Olive oil
  3. Red pepper
  4. Cumin
  5. Coriander
  6. Turmeric and 1 1 / 2 c water in a pot with a large pinch of salt
  7. Bring to a boil
  8. Then simmer
  9. Covered
  10. Until the squash is very tender
  11. Once the squash has cooled
  12. Puree it in a blender on high for 30 seconds
  13. Pass through a fine-mesh seive
  14. When completely cool
  15. Season to taste with lime juic
  16. Salt and pepper
  17. Ladle into bowls
  18. And garnish with mint and a few drops of olive oil

Step 6

Total Time in Minute 110

Ingredients Count 9

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Ingredients

Crookneck yellow squash

Olive oil

Red pepper flakes

Cumin seed

Coriander seed

Ground turmeric

Salt & freshly ground black pepper

Lime juice

Mint

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