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Pumpkin Soup with Bacon and Parmesan Crumbles

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Pumpkin Soup with Smoked Salmon and White Wine

Rather than being a fishy soup, this is a wholesome flavored recipe for pumpkin soup and the smoked salmon makes a decorative garnish, as well as giving plenty of wonderful flavor and being a nice contrast to the soup itself.

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Pumpkin soup

Pumpkin soup on BigOven: Try this recipe for Pumpkin soup, or add your own Pumpkin soup recipe. I had pumpkin soup in Assisi Italy and just loved it....I wonder if this will taste just as fabulous.

A recipe for Pumpkin Soup with Harissa and Orange. This soup is great to enjoy as lunch or as a light post-holiday dinner. The spicy Harissa paste and the orange juice and zest give the soup a North-African/Middle Eastern vibe. Recipe by That Healthy Kitchen

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from Grace Love Life

Creamy Pumpkin Soup

Easy Parmesan Pumpkin Soup Recipe that can be made in the crockpot or on a stove pot. This creamy, healthy recipe uses canned pumpkin and is the best recipe for pumpkin soup on the web!:

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A recipe for Pumpkin Soup with Harissa and Orange. This soup is great to enjoy as lunch or as a light post-holiday dinner. The spicy Harissa paste and the orange juice and zest give the soup a North-African/Middle Eastern vibe. Recipe by That Healthy Kitchen

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from Art of Natural Living

Savory Pumpkin Leek Soup (Baked in a Pumpkin

Whew, last week was wild!  But not so wild I didn’t have time to try a new recipe for Pumpkin Soup… baked right in a pumpkin!  Now most of the pumpkin soups that I’ve had have been curried or sweetened but this one was very different–a bit like a savory French Onion Soup with pumpkin added.  Mmmm! But first back … Continue reading →

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20 Simple Vegetable Soups

Pumpkin Soup with Sage Fried sage leaves and shallots, halved and cooked until tender and golden, garnish a simple puréed pumpkin soup. See the recipe for Pumpkin Soup with Sage »