Make this comforting roasted corn with butternut soup to keep yourself warm during cold days
Hi my friend, draw your chair close so that we can chat a little as we enjoy this comforting roasted corn with butternut soup together!
Do you like corn?
I hope you do because this comforting corn soup is such a delish that you should not miss.
I opted for roasted corn because it has more flavors than boiled corn. The aroma of roasted corn is so delicious calling you to appreciate the corn soup that's being prepared.
Marrying sweet roasted corn and roasted butternut in this soup recipe creates a creamy comforting butternut soup that I bet you'll love.
Then add some coconut cream and there you go! you gotta yummy, satisfying, and delicious roasted corn with butternut soup.
I do understand the difficulties you can encounter when preparing this roasted corn soup if your hands are painful.
However, you can go for already chopped butternut squash in your grocery or farmer's market.
If you don't get already peeled butternut. You can roast the whole butternut and peel off the skin after. But that will take some time!
For the kernels, remove them using a sharp knife. I insist on a sharp knife because it will help you work fast without straining or using too much effort.
You can also opt on removing the kernels from the cob first then roast them as they're soft while still raw.
Furthermore, you can use canned corn which will be way too easy for you. But avoid the ones with added sugar.
You've all options to make this roasted corn with butternut soup because it's yummy and I'd say soothing!
Choose a good coconut cream that has fewer to no preservatives.
I'd like to continue this chatting, and this time you are the one telling me how you made this comforting roasted corn with butternut soup.
My thoughtfulness, Githu.
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Comforting roasted corn with butternut soup
- Sharp chef knife
- Large baking tin
Comforting roasted corn & butternut soup
- 1 ear of corn
- 1/2 medium butternut squash
- 2 tsp masala spice
- 2 tsp smoked paprika
- 11/2 tbsp olive oil/coconut
- 1 tsp curcuma powder
- small piece of ginger
- 3 cloves garlic
- 1 large onion
- 3 cups boiling water
- ground pepper & cayenne pepper
- 1 cup coconut cream
- Turn on the over at 180°
- Start by cutting butternut into medium pieces. Leave the skin on, you'll easily remove it when tender.
- In a small cup/bowl add 1/2 tbs oil, 1tsp smoked paprika, and 1tsb garam masala spice then mix
- In a large baking tin bring the butternut pieces and add some of the oil-spices mixture. Use your hands to massage the spices on the butternut
- Place the corn on the baking tin next to the butternut, and using a kitchen brush or your hands, take the rest of the oil-spices mix and apply all over the ear corn
- Place these veggies to roast in the oven for 20 mins at 180° then 200° for 10 mins
- During that time dice the onion, ginger, and garlic
- Put a saucepan on medium heat, add the rest of masala spice, smoked paprika, and curcuma
- Set your water to boil
- Let the spices cook for a minute before adding the onion, garlic & ginger
- Stir well and cover for 2-3 mins, then add the remaining oil
- Stir well and cover, let the onions cook for about 4-6 mins, they'll start sticking and the spice will brown a bit.
- Add the boiling water and let these simmer for 10 mins. Cut off the heat
- When the roasted veggies are done, remove them and let them cool down
- Remove the butternut skin and trim the kernels from the cob using a sharp knife
- Add these to the cooked onions.
- Season by adding salt, black and cayenne pepper.
- Add 1 cup of coconut cream and stir to mix
- Transfer this deliciousness into your blender and blend at high speed till smooth
- If you find your soup warm and you want it hot, run the blender for 1-2 mins and the soup will heat up.
- Serve, sprinkle some smoked paprika (optional)
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