A seasonal favourite, butternut squash brings loads of colour to so many recipes - we have fab recipes for butternut squash soup, stews and even butternut squash muffins! Enjoy this versatile and ubiquitous squash while it's in season and at its best.
This is an amazing comfort food soup that will heat you up and fill you up on those cold winter days. A simple but delicious combination of butternut squash and sweet potato, and little else. Finish with a drizzle of cream, if desired.
A lusciously thick butternut squash soup, made with sauteed onion, celery, carrot, potatoes and butternut squash. Serve with a dollop of soured cream and bread roll, if desired.
This is an absolutely fantastic soup, and very easy to make, I often get requests to make this, so the recipe is as below. This soup is ideal for freezing and will keep for a couple of months.
A spicy warming winter soup, that is super simple and super tasty! Perfect to fight off those winter chills! This recipe will give you a medium spice level, obviously adding more or less chilli will give a hotter or milder dish depending on your taste.
Made simply from butternut squash, warmed with a hint of fresh chilli and garlic. A warming and healthy soup which can be enjoyed as a light lunch or a hearty dinner.
A delicious winter warmer soup. Perfect for lunch with a crusty roll.
A delicious soup recipe that the whole family will love.
Well given food prices are rocketing I tried using barley instead of Arborio rice. It was a success, filling, healthy and still really yummy! NOTE: This is very filling and quite rich in flavour. So I sometimes serve half portions with some nice green beans or other summer Veg/green salad. It keeps in the refrigerator great in an air tight container or ziplock bag. It tastes great the next day cold or re-heated and so we take the leftovers for filling lunch at work.
A great healthy winter warm up, packed full of goodness. Coconut cream is optional, but it does make a velvety soup.
Simple, healthy and tasty - squash is dressed with olive oil, fresh parsley and garlic. If you don't want to peel it first, simply slice in half lengthwise and scoop out the seeds. You can serve this hot from the oven or at room temperature. Substitute pumpkin or sweet potato if butternut squash isn't available.