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Monday, October 26, 2009

Kürbissuppe ala Michael


Kürbissuppe means squash or pumpkin soup


Michael, my husband is a good cook. He always comes out with ideas and experiments when it comes to cooking. This recipe is one of his "experiments" called " Kürbissuppe ala Michael" . It's healthy and the ingredients are easy to find. Hope you'll like it guys and try it! It's really a lecker! Masarap!



Ingredients:

celery- cut in small pieces
parsley - cut in small pieces
leek ( we call porree) - cut in normal size
pumpkins - cut into small pieces
grind meat - about 250g
carrots- cut into small pieces
onion and garlic -
cream - about 150g ( you can also use coconut cream)
oregano powder
thyme or Thymian
egg

Mix the egg in the grind meat and put some pepper and salt, make small meat balls. Saute the garlic and onion and then put the meat balls and fry. After some minutes put all the vegetables except for the parsley, put the parsley in the end.Cook the pumpkin separately just add some water and use a mixer to make it creamier then add the cream ( or coconut cream). Mix the pumpkin in the grind meat and let boiled then it's done.

Serve with noodles or rice.


"Guten Apettit!"






by maricar

25 comments:

  1. looks yummy! nice food presentation,Ica!

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  2. hello Cher! this are just one of "Michael's Fantasy" ;) love yah girlash, mwah! :)

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  3. I love the contrasting colors of yellow and green plus the color of the table mat. Saka parang tingin palang nakakagutom na.

    Thanks for sharing Ms. Maricar.

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  4. This sounds great for this time if the year, and looks delicious!

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  5. You are a lucky one, "maricar michael".

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  6. yummylicious! and yeah i do take my own photos Car, it'd be unethical if i post photos that aren't mine. :) have a nice week.

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  7. I like anything with coconut cream and it looks easy to make. I will try this Car - thanks !

    Looks delicious !!!

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  8. Doods loves anything with coconut cream "ginataan." He and I will try this. I agree with Rainfield, you are so lucky to have Michael cooking for you, Car (teehee) *hugs*

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  9. Pumpkins are so often forgotten as something other than pie and are so good.
    I will share a recipe soon using a whole, hollowed out pumpkin that it not so different.

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  10. yeeeee!!! i will really try it. I just bought a whole pumpkin but dont know how to do with it. We will do 'pinakbet' with friends tomorrow but it will not consume the whole right??? heheh.

    Hmm it really looks yummy! Hope I'll hit it! hehe

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  11. that looks yummy and you're making me hungry.

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  12. That must smell wonderful while it's cooking!

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  13. Maricar...I gonna try that, we love trying new recipes. And if somebody ask me what is it? I guess I won't be able to share it...kurbi what?

    LOL
    AL

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  14. I have not tried pumpkin soup, but I love pumpkin pie! The spices used is almost the same as the way I make my split pea! They are good for the winter months!

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  15. Misalyn > thank you for dropping by, i try mo yan i'm sure magugustuhan ni hubby ;) salamat din Ms. Misalyn.

    Naqvee > thank you


    Icy BC > it is Icy, thanks again.


    Rainfield > thank you rain my friend, i agree.


    Pacey > thank you for answering my question ;) i will reply to you soon


    Chay > dear you really should try it girlash i'm sure Jeff will like it too, thanks Chay love yah! mwah!


    Tesya > same here Tesya "ginataan" is also my favorite ;) try this recipe girlash sure you and Doods will like it, yes i agree with you and rainfield :) thanks Tesya, love yah! :) *hugs*

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  16. I think that women married to cooks, or at least to men who love to cook- must be very lucky!!!! Just think about how lucky Jamie Oliver's wife is!!!!!

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  17. Whitemist > thank you, my husband always try to experiment in cooking, i think any pumpkins will do except those that are only for deco

    Tejan > thanks for dropping by, "pinakbet" is almost similar to this recipe, enjoy coking! ;)

    Life Ramblings > thank you again for your comment


    Diane Z > thanks again Diane, what smell good, tastes good ;) *winks*


    AL > thanks again for dropping by, it's easy AL "pumpkin soup" ;)


    Ebie > me too, first time i ate pumpkin soup, you should try this recipe especially in this cold weather, thanks for the visit Ebie never heard of split pea.

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  18. Oh look so yummy, Maricar!

    Now I wonder if it taste good for me.. Inever taken pumpkin soup before... I will make my husband try to cook it hahaha!

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  19. That looks super delicious! May I try this recipe Eng?

    Guten apettit!

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  20. mmmmmm..that surely looks yummy! mmm..mmm! like how it was presented too! i'll try that for the halloween :)

    thanks a lot for the visits! appreciate them! take care always! :)

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  21. oh a little like our very own ginataang kalabasa =)

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  22. hmmmmmm sarap nyan KangCarrot a, miss yah mwah!

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  23. thank you ladyviral, Bonnie bonsai, blessedmom, Ayie and Kulasaaaaa!!! i miss you too girlash! mwah! :) nice to see you smiling again :)

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