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Quartet of Butternut Squash Soups

By Mara Fleishman, November 3, 2008  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Mara Fleishman
Tired of the same old soup? Tune in to this week's encore episode of Secret Ingredient featuring a classic butternut squash soup recipe plus three variations--Apple-Gorgonzola-Almond, Thai-Inspired, and Southwestern--each made even more rich and flavorful with our very own secret ingredient: 365 Everyday Value Low-Sodium Organic Chicken Broth. Check out our quick garnishing tips for each recipe, guaranteed to "soup up" lunchtime or dinnertime. Get the recipes: Classic Butternut Squash Soup and Variations

 

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Gina Hyams says ...
Thanks. Your timing on these butternut squash soup recipes is perfect!
11/03/2008 11:44:04 AM CST
Eileen says ...
I couldn't help think that this would go good with a Pohole (Maui Fern Shoots) Salad. This is Salad is lite along with Soup would be soooooooo good. Aloha Eileen
11/04/2008 2:14:04 AM CST
Maria says ...
I made the classic soup this past weekend and put some cooked wild rice in it-it was fantastic!
11/06/2008 9:37:48 PM CST
fleishmanm says ...
mmm...wild rice in it sounds like a gret idea. I have been thinking since we shot this episode of making the classic soup as holiday gifts and puttig them in glass jars with a cool holiday label. Has anyone else done something like this?
11/07/2008 11:11:13 AM CST
Teri Tomlinson says ...
We love Butternut Squash Soup and these recipes are awesome! Can't wait to try them.
11/07/2008 2:26:32 PM CST
Regina Reevs says ...
I,ve not tried this particular classic recipe but I have a very similar classic recipe. The toppings were ground biscotti and a dollop of creme' fraiche served in coffee cups for a dinner party. Yum so good. I am however looking forward to these variations.
11/12/2008 12:06:49 PM CST
Kitty says ...
My boyfriend & I bought some Butternut Squash & Crab Bisque yesterday at the WF in Ann Arbor and we almost killed ourselves eating it all! But I'm pretty sure I detected a subtle spice like nutmet or allspice that isn't showing up on any of the published recipes. Am I right? :-)
10/23/2011 9:50:41 AM CDT