Crema de calabaza/ Pumpkin soup

Con este frío no hay nada que apetezca más que una crema calentita. A mí me apetecen especialmente por la noche, me sientan fenomenal. Os comparto la receta de la crema de calabaza que preparé el otro día.

Ingredientes:

  1. Media calabaza
  2. 2 puerros
  3. 2 zanahorias
  4. 1l. de caldo de pollo
  5. queso fresco
  6. leche
  7. aceite de oliva, sal

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Preparación:

  1. Picamos los puerros y las zanahorias y lo sofreímos con un poco de aceite y sal.
  2. Tras unos minutos añadimos la calabaza que previamente habremos cortado en trozos pequeños.
  3. Removemos y cuando la calabaza empieza a estar cocinada, añadimos el caldo de pollo y dejamos cocinar.
  4. Una vez las verduras están totalmente cocinadas, apartamos del fuego y trituramos.
  5. Por último, añadiremos un chorro de leche y queso fresco a gusto. Volvemos a triturar y corregimos de sal.

¡La crema ya está lista para disfrutarla!


In this cold and with this weather, the best thing for a meal is a hot soup. Personally, I prefer them for dinner, they make me feel very good. Find below the recipe of a pumpkin soup that I prepared the other day.

Ingredients:

  1. Half a pumpkin
  2. 2 leeks
  3. 2 carrots
  4. 1l. of chicken stock
  5. white cheese (any that you like)
  6. some milk
  7. olive oil, salt

Elaboration:

  1. We´ll start by chopping the leeks and carrots and cook them with some oil and salt.
  2. After a few minutes, we will add the pumpkin, previously cut into small pieces.
  3. When we see that the pumpkin is nearly done, we add the chicken stock and let it cook.
  4. Once the vegetables are cooked, we only need to triturate everything.
  5. Finally, we will add the cheese and milk (to taste), triturate it again and correct salt.

The soup is ready to enjoy it!

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