Orange Roasted Pumpkin Soup




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This bright golden-coloured, creamy pumpkin soup is perfect for a light lunch with some crusty artisan bread rolls. Roasted pumpkin, potato and spices work together creating a rich depth of flavour and creamy texture without addition of heavy cream.

  • 1 kg Hokkaido pumpkin, peeled, deseeded, cut into 1cm pieces
  • 3 tbsp Walnut oil
  • 1 Potato, peeled and diced
  • 1 Onion, halved and thinly sliced
  • 1 clove Garlic, chopped
  • 1 Cayenne chilli pepper, deseeded and diced
  • 1 tbsp Curry powder
  • 1 tsp Coriander powder
  • 1 l Vegetable stock
  • 250 ml Orange juice
  • 100 ml Milk
  • Salt and cayenne pepper to taste
  • 1 tbsp Lime juice
  • Roasted pumpkin seeds
  • Chives
  • Chilli threads
  1. Preheat oven to 190C/375F. Place pumpkin and potato in a roasting pan. Drizzle over 2 tablespoons of walnut oil and toss to coat. Roast for 30 minutes or until tender.
  2. Heat the remaining oil in a large saucepan over medium heat. Add onion and cook, stirring often, until soft. Add in garlic, pepper, curry, and coriander powder. Cook, stirring, for 2 minutes or until aromatic.
  3. Add in pumpkin, potato, stock, orange juice and milk. Cook, covered, over medium heat for about 25 minutes. Blend the mixture in a food processor or with a handheld blender until smooth. Season with salt, cayenne pepper and lime juice. Ladle among serving bowls. Top with roasted pumpkin seeds, chopped chives, and chilli threads.
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94 comments:

lisa is cooking 13/9/11 16:11

Love the chile and walnut oil in this! What a great soup for fall.

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 13/9/11 16:11

A wonderful autumn soup! The flavors are so appealing.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Gloria 13/9/11 16:12

This soup look delicious!! gloria

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srividhya Ravikumar 13/9/11 16:14

interesting...lovely colour..would love to try this..

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girlichef 13/9/11 16:29

Such a vibrant, eye-catching bowl of soup. It does sound creamy and delicious!

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Elies_Lie 13/9/11 16:41

Photos looks amazing! loves all of them!
I happen to be a pumpkin addict, as I said before in ur squas pumpkin seed cookies :)
Tq for sharing the recipe, now I have another variety of pumpkin soup!
Gergous pumpkin soup!

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Cheah 13/9/11 16:51

I like this soup, no heavy cream. More refreshing!

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cookingvarieties 13/9/11 17:02

hi angie, tickling my taste buds, looks authentic, love the ingredients..

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Happy Cook / Finla 13/9/11 17:05

Love love pumpking soup, rosating it must be intensing the flavour, looks so so delicious.

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Three-Cookies 13/9/11 17:27

Lot of interesting flavours in this soup. And I haven't seen orange juice being used, sounds great.

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Foodycat 13/9/11 17:33

The citrus additions are a great idea!

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kitchen flavours 13/9/11 17:50

A beautiful, creamy and delicious looking pumpkin soup! Lovely, as always, Angie!

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Kumi 13/9/11 18:13

I had never seen a pumpkin soup recipe with an orange juice as an ingredient! Very refreshing and love all the spices, too. I'm definitely going to try this one when my pumpkins are ready...

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wenn 13/9/11 18:25

wow..it's so orange!

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Kim @ Foodin New England 13/9/11 18:29

The colors really pop and i love the citrus idea.. i have moved to blogspoot ( don't ask, lol)

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 13/9/11 18:32

What a vibrant color Angie. Love the curry flavors in this soup. Feels like fall to me.
Sam

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Michael Toa 13/9/11 18:33

Sounds so delicious and I love vibrant the colour!

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Pacheco Patty 13/9/11 18:36

Feels like Fall to me too! This would be such a healthy and satisfying pumpkin soup to enjoy on a cool evening ;-)

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aipi 13/9/11 18:59

Love the creamy texture very much ~ perfect fall recipe!
USMasala

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Juliana 13/9/11 19:25

Angie, this soup sounds and looks delicious...love the orange in it...perfect for Fall. Love the pictures...always...
Hope you are having a wonderful week :-)

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Now Serving 13/9/11 19:59
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Now Serving 13/9/11 20:00

soup looks delectable and perfect for the season :)

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Belinda @zomppa 13/9/11 21:53

It's fall, it's fall! My favorite season, fall! Gorgeous color - gorgeous soup!

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Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 13/9/11 22:32

Looks so good, I love the color! Perfect for autumn.

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 13/9/11 23:18

Mmm I love pumpkin anything. I can imagine curling up on the couch and eating this on a chilly winter night. Perfect!

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Veronica's Kitchen 14/9/11 00:25

I have just harvested a pumpkin from my garden and want to make a roasted pumpkin soup. I like the spice you put in. :D

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Heather Taylor 14/9/11 01:20

kind of my dream cake, as we move into fall! great post!

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Ann 14/9/11 01:39

Angie, this is beautiful! Perfect for a fall day....I have to say, I really am excited about the Walnut Oil in it! I'm sure it tasted amazing!

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OohLookBel 14/9/11 02:17

Love the spicy flavours of this soup. If you used coconut milk, it would be very Thai, too!

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Jeannie 14/9/11 02:35

First time I see orange juice added into pumpkin soup, sounds delicious and looks so bright!

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Premalatha Aravindhan 14/9/11 02:53

Amazing colour and delicious soup...luks so tempting...

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Cake Duchess 14/9/11 03:30

Such a lovely soup for fall. I really like the addition of walnut and chile oil. Looks delicious:)

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Sharmilee! :) 14/9/11 04:51

Wow delicious soup comforting for this chilly weather

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Junglefrog 14/9/11 07:19

Ah yes, it's pumpkin soup time again! Love the bright color of this soup. Looks yummy!

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Sanjeeta kk 14/9/11 07:25

Oh..lovely color..and what a creamy consistency..love this soup, Angie!

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sangeeta 14/9/11 09:01

What a luscious creamy sunshine soup ...would love to make it for my dinner :)

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thecompletecookbook 14/9/11 09:50

Your recipe for pumpkin soup is absolutely heavenly.
Have a super day.
:-) Mandy

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Baker Street 14/9/11 11:32

Love that you added walnut oil.

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Carolyn 14/9/11 12:09

Yay, it's the season for pumpkins and soup, and pumpkin soup! This makes me happy.

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Treat and Trick 14/9/11 12:47

Great presentation and looks so good!

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peachkins 14/9/11 12:50

this soup is very timely for Fall..

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myfudo 14/9/11 12:56

Great! Now I have a better idea what to do on our backyard pumpkins. The photo look appetizing.

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Parsley Sage 14/9/11 14:20

Awesome! I LOVE pumpkin soup! Isn't yours pretty, too!? Perfect for some bread dipping :)

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Kelly 14/9/11 14:43

This autumn soup is fantastic Angie. One of my favourite recipes from you so far... and that's a tough act to follow!

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tartedujour 14/9/11 15:48

Pumpkin soup... you are getting me excite for fall!! I love the addition of orange... something I have plenty of down here in Florida. I'll be making this one!

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Dulce Dough 14/9/11 16:03

Great combo of flavors! Perfect this time of year!

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Eva 14/9/11 21:19

I bet there is a delicious kick to this recipe; and the lime juice would really freshen it up. It looks beautiful too!

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Elisabeth 14/9/11 21:38

I was just looking through some of my recent cooking magazines, and noticed a lot of fall dishes...Hmmm! is it fall already? hard to tell here, in S. Florida! Love the pumpkins soup, and any pumpkin dishes, or desserts.
Angie, what a fabulous idea to add orange, cayenne, and curry to the soup, along with all the other amazing flavors.
For sure a must try for the fall:DDD
xoxo

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Sara @ Saucy Dipper 14/9/11 22:38

I love pumpkin season! Enough said.

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Sissi 14/9/11 23:02

Beautiful soup! I am still pretending Autumn hasn't arrived yet (the temperature and the sun are still there) and refuse to buy pumpkins, evident Autumn signs.

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Magic of Spice 15/9/11 02:54

What a beautiful soup...I feel fall coming on :) Amazing flavors and oh so pretty! Hope you are having a great week Angie

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5 Star Foodie 15/9/11 04:21

Gorgeous soup, so perfect for the upcoming fall! Love the coriander and curry powder flavorings.

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Angela 15/9/11 05:13

Such a beautiful color. Yum!

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Anne@frommysweetheart 15/9/11 05:31

Oh how awesome this looks, Angie! One of my most favorite savory treats!

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Sutapa 15/9/11 08:23

Soup look so beautiful and I love the use of coriander powder and the walnut oil. I think coriander powder will add a unique flavor and taste to this dish!

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Joanne 15/9/11 12:58

I love veggie soups that are creamy all on their own, without the help of any dairy product. This looks luscious!

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Joy 15/9/11 13:15

This is a great recipe.

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Ah Tze 15/9/11 13:41

I love pumpkin soup and always buy the can one, thanks for sharing this recipe and I can try to cook one in future!

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Jenn 15/9/11 14:47

I've had pumpkin soup before, but never with orange. I bet it tasted amazing! Looking forward to trying this as soon as it starts getting colder here!

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nancy at good food matters 15/9/11 15:50

Today really feels like fall where I live---overcast, breezy, with a chill in the air. Your hearty soup would be so welcome for dinner. I like the flavor combinations--and the lack of cream in this recipe. Very very nice!

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Katerina 15/9/11 18:01

The color is absolutely smashing and I believe so is its taste. Beautiful presentation!

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marla 15/9/11 18:55

This soup sounds amazing Angie!
I would love if you linked this and any of your favorite Pumpkin themed blog posts to my "Happy Post" Help spread the cheer :) http://su.pr/1rMDg2

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Rosita Vargas 15/9/11 19:33

LUCE MUY DELICIOSA LA SOPA ,LINDAS FOTOS,CREO QUE IRÉ A TU CASA A TOMAR ESA RICA SOPA,ABRAZOS.

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Cynthia 15/9/11 23:09

I too made some pumpkin soup recently :) love your presentation.

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Caitlin @ Cake with Love 15/9/11 23:25

wow I have missed a lot in life by not discovering your blog until today!! All I can say is WOW everything looks amazing, and this soup just sounds delicious!!

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Beth 16/9/11 00:02

What a beautiful soup. It really looks like fall!

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kankana 16/9/11 02:36

The soup is looking so bright and gorgeous that I could just lick the screen .. that is so wrong! I know ;)
You have such great collection of props !

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Barefeet In The Kitchen 16/9/11 02:47

This is a beautiful soup, Angie. I have pumpkin soup on my list of soups to try this fall. I've never seen a version with these other ingredients though. I like the spicy flavors here.

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Biren @ Roti n Rice 16/9/11 03:42

It's that time of the year for thick soups. This looks really delicious without added fat. Love the color too!

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Mary 16/9/11 05:23

I love the color of your soup. It really sounds delicious and I know my family would love it. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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lena 16/9/11 11:09

i can imagine how flavourful this soup is!

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Cassie @ Bake Your Day 16/9/11 13:47

This sounds so heart-warming! I am seeing so many pumpkin soup recipes already. I love soup and I'm sure this is a winner!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 16/9/11 15:24

I don't know what variety of pumpkin but I'm guessing any local variety would work in this wonderful recipe. I saw lots of pumpkins at the farmers' market yesterday and there's a chill in the air this week so soup season is definitely upon us. The flavors in your lovely soup sound delicious!

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wok with ray 16/9/11 20:53

Love how you captured the vibrant color of that beautiful soup, Angie! I am very impressed with your styling especially with the red/black bowls. Have an enjoyable weekend, Angie!

~ ray ~

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Devaki @ weavethousandflavors 16/9/11 22:09

What a gorgeous soup for fall, Angie. Excellent color and pics as always.

chow! Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

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Lizzy 17/9/11 02:36

What a tasty, beautiful autumnal soup! It is garnished to perfection~

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Erica 17/9/11 02:46

Wonderful fall dish! Comforting and delicious!

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scrambledhenfruit 17/9/11 06:24

I'm so glad it's pumpkin time again!




Pumpkin time again- I look forward to it every year! I have a long pumpkin on my kitchen table right now that is just waiting to be made into something delicious like this soup. :)















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Christine's Pantry 17/9/11 06:48

A perfect soup for fall. Love it.

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Gina 17/9/11 07:07

I'm ready for a warm bowl of soup, it's really cooling off now. I love your little vase in the background, can you believe I have one just like it. Hope you have a great weekend.
-Gina-

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Umm Mymoonah 17/9/11 09:35

Love this one, beautiful presentation.

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Lyndsey 17/9/11 21:41

This soup looks beautiful, I love all the ingredients in there! Perfect soup for any time IMO. :)

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motherrimmy 18/9/11 03:10

I love this time of year when pumpkin becomes a popular ingredient. This is truly a nutrient packed soup!

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OysterCulture 18/9/11 06:11

So refreshing sounding - this is my kind of soup

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Laura Jeanne 21/9/11 15:36

I have become obsessed with all pumpkin recipes and this soup looks fantastic and so comforting. You have so many wonderful recipes but I just had to comment on this, looks so delicious.
Laura @ A Healthy Jalapeño

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myitaliansmorgasbord 22/9/11 12:45

such a lovely use of pumpkin! will copy this recipe soon. thanks for sharing!

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Shaww 23/9/11 05:11

Can I use white truffle oil insted of walnut? I wonder how that would taste!

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once in a blue moon 23/9/11 18:08

this looks fabulous, so many gorgeous pics here too...

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Angie's Recipes 23/9/11 20:27

@ShawwI think truffle oil would be even better!

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Ashley@Bakerbynature 24/9/11 04:26

Ooohh Angie - this looks like the perfect Fall soup!

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The Vak Shack 25/9/11 03:44

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Jo 26/9/11 16:00

I so totally love pumpkin soup and I guess with the fall coming for you, it is just the right dish.

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