I did a very personalized version of this recipe as I was making it for 1 and I didn't have the acorn squash. I added more garam masala and didn't add any of the veggie broth based on the thickness it was after pureed. I think the "soul" of the recipe was still in my version and I found it perfect for a winter's night soup.
Indian-Spiced Roasted Squash Soup
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bonitapita Posted: 01/04/12
MaggieC123 Posted: 11/28/11
I agree with the previous review that the flavors in this soup are a bit thin. I was expecting to be overwhelmed with Indian spices and was super disappointed with the result. It wasn't bad, but I don't think I would bother making it again
LHB2011 Posted: 11/06/11
I really like how this soup doesn't play up the sweetness of the butternut squash. I doubled the amount of garam masala however, I felt that the flavors were a little thin without it. If I re-do it, I think I will use 2 cups of veggie broth instead of water to make the puree, or maybe just one cup of broth and a little bit of water if necessary. With the 2 cups of water, I wasn't scraping anything off the sides of the mixer, and I felt it thinned out the taste of the squash.
afoodiefriend Posted: 12/27/11
A very earthy, thick soup great for the winter. I agree that it wasn't overwhelmingly spicy, so I added extra turmeric and coriander. Instead of toasted seeds to garnish, I topped it with chopped pistachios and fresh arugula to contrast the flavors. YUM!
Longlegslouise Posted: 09/29/12
I LOVE THIS SOUP!!! Recipe is solid. I did add a little extra salt, pepper, and red pepper and I made my own garam masala substitute because I didn't have garam masala in my spice cabinet. Just google garam masala substitute for the recipe. I will definitely be making this again. If you are a fan of curry or Indian food, you will love this soup. It was so easy to make.
ajvander36 Posted: 02/05/12
this soup is worth the preparation on the front end. once the vegetables were roasted and cooled, i added two cans of chicken broth and used an immersion blender to break up the vegetables. i did add the additional two cups of water and i increased the amounts of curry powder, garam masala, and red pepper. the soup is fantastic and flavorful.