Fall is high season for traditional squash and pumpkin soups, but we like to take it in a different direction with some classic Thai flavors that really pop. Thai and Asian cuisine is known for balancing sweet, salty, sour and spicy flavors in the same dish and this flavorful bisque does just that. To make this simple recipe, you’ll need a heavy stock pot or Dutch oven, roasting pan and a food processor or blender.
This simple recipe uses four types of winter squash (butternut, acorn, delicata and sugar pumpkin) to provide an earthy, umami base for the soup. Many creamy pumpkin soups start with sautéeing the squash; however, you may find that roasting it instead, intensifies the flavors. It also happens to be an easier method. Instead of peeling, chopping and sautéeing, you simply halve the squash, remove the seeds and roast until tender. While the squash roasts,
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