Hokkaido Coconut Soup

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Super creamy and deliciously nourishing, this pumpkin soup with coconut milk is the ultimate warmer for cold rainy days. The warmth of fresh ginger adds a lovely kick to the soup. If you like, serve the soup with some roasted poultry leftover, a sprinkle of coconut flakes, pomegranate seeds and fresh herbs. It's also very easy to veganize the soup by using vegetable stock and leaving out the meat.

  • 1 tbsp Coconut oil
  • 1 Large shallot, coarsely chopped
  • 30 g Fresh ginger, peeled, coarsely chopped
  • 1.5 kg Hokkaido or other squash, deseeded, chopped
  • 400 ml Coconut milk
  • 400 ml Chicken broth or water
  • 1 Lime, juiced
  • Salt and pepper
  • 300 g Roasted duck breast, sliced
  • Parsley for garnishing
  • Desiccated coconut flakes for garnishing
  • Pomegranate seeds for garnishing
  1. Heat oil in a large, heavy-based saucepan over medium heat. Add chopped shallot and ginger and cook, stirring, for 2 minutes until fragrant. Add pumpkin, coconut milk, chicken broth or water and bring to the boil. Reduce heat to medium-low and simmer, covered, for 20 minutes or until pumpkin is soft.
  2. Remove saucepan from heat and set aside to cool for 10 minutes. Using an immersion blender to puree the soup until smooth. Add in lime juice and season with salt and pepper.
  3. Ladle soup into bowls and garnish with roasted duck breast slices, chopped parsley and desiccated coconut flakes and / or pomegranate seeds.

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54 comments:

2pots2cook 11/3/19 08:47

Hokkaido is, at least to me, the best pumpkin there is; combined with coconut, this soup is on my list for this week Angie. Thank you very much !

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natalia20041989 11/3/19 08:52

What a lovely color! I absolutely love soups like this one☺☺

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 11/3/19 10:33

What a gorgeous bowl of soup, Angie! I imagine we'll have some more chilly days before the seasons truly change and this looks like a delicious way to warm up!

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Chitra Sayeeram 11/3/19 12:44

They look really yum and filling :)

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Vicki Bensinger 11/3/19 13:23

Angie this looks delicious and sounds wonderful! I especially love the bright color. It reminds me of spring which I’m praying comes soon!

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Adina 11/3/19 14:36

A perfect looking soup! And the best part are those duck breast pieces. :)

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 11/3/19 15:56

I love the combination of duck breast and this creamy and flavorful soup! It's still soup weather here.

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Kitchen Riffs 11/3/19 16:09

Love the color of this! What a stunning looking soup! Bet the flavor is equally stunning. we're still living on soup, so this is just the thing for us. Thanks!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 11/3/19 16:22

Oh this soup looks amazing! Love the coconut milk in it. I would add a bit of pineapple juice for a Pina Coloda flair lol.

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Pam 11/3/19 17:59

What a great combo, Angie, it sounds delicious! It's still chilly here and lots of snow on the ground, so this soup is needed!

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valentina maria kenney wein 11/3/19 20:46

Such a beautiful bowl of delicious nourishment! I think coconut milk is my favorite liquid to add to squash soups -- so rich and creamy!

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Balvinder Ubi 12/3/19 01:36

Gosh this is just edible sunshine!!

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Dani Elis 12/3/19 03:59

I can't wait for soup weather here! Yum!

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Nancy Chan 12/3/19 04:57

The soup looks great. And with roasted duck meat, yummy!

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Amrita Roy 12/3/19 11:55

the color is so vibrant dear...perfect for cold days

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Gloria Baker 12/3/19 15:38

ANgie I think is perfect and delicious, my daugther love soups like these (me too)
xo

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Pam 12/3/19 17:47

It looks beautiful and delicious.

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Kelly | Foodtasia 12/3/19 17:50

Angie, this soup looks so delicious with the squash and coconut milk. The ginger must give it a wonderful flavor!

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GiGi Eats 12/3/19 21:04

Okay, YES PLEASE! This soup speaks to me. And I can swap out the duck for really ANY meat! :)

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Judee Algazi 12/3/19 22:20

what a beautiful colored soup! Looks inviting and delicious.

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Evolve With Mary 13/3/19 04:56

Hi Angie :)
I’ve been all about soup ever since it turned cold outside, but haven’t been working a lot with coconut milk yet, and I have no idea why. I don’t drink cows milk so I’m not sure why I’m so scared of it. Have a great week Angie
xoxo
Mary

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Mae Travels 13/3/19 13:59

So many ways to make pumpkin soup! And all good.

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kitchen flavours 13/3/19 15:00

Beautiful heartwarming soup!

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Julie 13/3/19 17:10

wow !! love the appetizing color and looks delicious with roasted duck slices dear..beautiful pics too :)

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Easyfoodsmith 14/3/19 13:31

Gorgeous bowl of soup. SoubSo so delicious and comfortinf.

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All That I'm Eating 14/3/19 15:38

I bet the ginger in the soup gives it a real zing with the creamy coconut and sweet squash. Perfect for a rainy day!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 14/3/19 16:19

Angie, I've never made a squash soup with coconut milk, but it's a perfect place for it! This is a beautiful soup!

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No Spoon Necessary 14/3/19 19:17

The color of this soup is absolutely gorgeous, Angie!! And I'm loving the flavors happening here! Such a perfect soup for a rainy or cold day! Cozy perfection!!

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Tanza Erlambang 14/3/19 23:27

Coconut?...I love everything relate to coconut.
soup sounds delicious...yummy.

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Katerina Delidimou 15/3/19 11:20

I think we are experiencing the last colds of winter and this soup would be perfect!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 15/3/19 12:38

I always love squash soup and as usual yours looks delicious. I really like the idea of serving it with the sliced duck breast.

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 15/3/19 19:18

I LOVE anything with coconut milk! And this soup is just so darn pretty with that bright color!

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Marissa 15/3/19 19:32

Love the flavors in this soup and the duck breast! Sounds like a delicious combination!

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Izaa 15/3/19 21:56

delicious must be this soup

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tigerfish 16/3/19 02:36

Pumpkin soup has been my favorite soup to make this fall/winter season. Fresh pumpkin is the best as what you have featured here. But there were times I was in a rush and had to use canned 100% pumpkin puree. Either way, I do like to add a finishing touch to the soup with a little coconut oil. The lingering aroma is alluring.

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Nammi 16/3/19 05:58

love that gorgeous colour. enjoy the weekend

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Enza 16/3/19 17:22

amo questo tipo di zuppe!!
ciao a presto

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Evolve With Mary 17/3/19 04:08

I need to use more coconut milk. This Hokkaido Coconut soup looks good for my soul. I love the addition of ginger and pomegranate seeds. Have a great weekend Angie :)

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Mindy Boyd 17/3/19 05:20

This soup looks so bright, comforting and warm!

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Helene Goldnadel 17/3/19 11:30

"Soup is a lot like family. Each ingredient enhances the others; each batch has its own characteristics; and it needs time to simmer to reach its full potential." Marge Kennedy.

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Rosita Vargas 17/3/19 20:10

Absolutamente deliciosa y lindo color en invierno la prepararé aún queda verano aqui,abrazos.

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munroe island 18/3/19 06:33

Wow. I the color is so much of attractive. I surely try these combination of dishes in my resort.

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Anca 18/3/19 10:31

What an amazingly vibrant colour. I love the sound of this soup too.

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Juliana 18/3/19 18:10

Hi Angie, this soup looks delicious...and I am loving the coconut milk and the hint of ginger...thanks for the recipe!

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Noob Cook 19/3/19 04:02

loving this warming pumpkin soup with such a beautiful deep orange hue.

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Judee Algazi 19/3/19 14:22

Being a soup lover, I am always on the look out for an interesting healthy soup. what wonderful flavors with the ginger, lime, and coconut milk. The brilliant orange color with the pomegranate seed topping would be amazing

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Reeni Pisano 20/3/19 23:45

What a beautiful soup Angie! So creamy and I love the flavors!

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 21/3/19 03:15

I love soup and I eat it all year round! Your coconutty pumpkin soup looks so luscious! :)

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mary anderson 21/3/19 23:46

wao it is very greatly presented angie and its so tempting delicious recipe!

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Evi 25/3/19 13:15

Hokkaido soup is my absolute favorite, especially with coconut milk and lots of ginger! Your version looks so beautiful, love those little pomegranate seeds on top :)

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Marcelle 26/3/19 00:03

I can't wait to try this soup, Angie. Looks truly delicious!

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Rafeeda AR 31/3/19 09:38

Love the color and the whole flavor that has gone into that comforting soup...

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 10/4/19 00:45

What a beautiful soup with such lovely flavours.

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Kelly | Foodtasia 19/4/19 18:15

Angie, love all the flavors in this soup! It looks so delicious. The sliced duck is perfect with it!

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