Recipe: Warming Pumpkin Ginger Soup (with Anti-Inflammatory Properties)

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Recipe: Warming Pumpkin Ginger Soup (with Anti-Inflammatory Properties)

It’s autumn! Time to put delicious, warming soups on the table again. Pumpkin is the vegetable that heralds autumn. At the end of September, the fruits can be harvested en masse from the land when the leaves have shriveled and orange, yellow or green specimens appear everywhere.

This recipe is ideal for making on a chilly fall day.

Fall: Time for Antiviral and Antibacterial Properties

Thanks to the ginger, this soup will keep you nice and warm after a nice autumn walk. Ginger also has a soothing effect on digestion, is a powerful antioxidant, and has antiviral and antibacterial properties.

Turmeric also has an anti-inflammatory effectImportant in the months where the R occurs and viruses and associated colds can start playing up. Experiment yourself with the amount of ginger you like in this soup, this is different for everyone.

Recipe: Warming Pumpkin Ginger Soup (with Anti-Inflammatory Properties)

Tip: always make a large pot of soup and freeze an amount for later

You need this for about 2 liters of soup

1.5 kg pumpkin, peeled, roughly
chopped 2 onions, quartered
2 garlic cloves, sliced
​​Piece of fresh ginger, peeled and sliced
​​4 tsp curry powder
2 tsp turmeric
2 tsp cumin
Black pepper
Salt
A good splash of coconut milk
Coconut oil
Optional: coriander, grated coconut

That’s how you make it

Heat a heavy-bottomed stockpot over low heat. Add a tablespoon of coconut oil along with the onions and garlic. Bake until glassy. Add the spices, salt, and pepper to taste and fry briefly. Finally, add the pumpkin and ginger pieces. Fill the pan with (boiled) water until the pumpkin is just covered.

Bring to a boil and remove from heat when the pumpkin is soft. Puree (in parts) with the hand blender until smooth. At the same time add the coconut milk and possibly some extra water to the desired thickness. Try what it needs. Serve in bowls and finish with some grated coconut, fresh coriander, or another herb. Also delicious with a scoop of savory granola.

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