Food & Drink: Indian pumpkin soup

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With this fine pumpkin soup, we bring the aromas of India full. Currypulver, ground coriander combined with cinnamon and orange juice gives this Indian pumpkin soup the perfect Bollywood touch.

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500 g muscat bumpy gap1 el coconut oil2 cm ginger0.5 tsp ground koriander0.5 tl currypower0.5 tl turmeric0.25 tl cinnamon0.5 tl salt500 ml water0 somewhat fresh coriander preparation: the pumpkin Wash, quarter, peel, core and cut into pieces. Wash, peel and cut the carrots into pieces. Peel the ginger and cut into fine cubes. Heat the coconut oil in a saucepan. Briefly roast the ginger, ground coriander, curry powder and turmeric in it. Then add the pumpkin and carrot cubes and turn in the spices. Deglaze with water and let it simmer for about 20–30 minutes. Now puree the soup with a hand blender and with salt, Season the cinnamon, orange juice and shell. Then put the pumpkin soup in plates and serve with fresh coriander. More ideas ...

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