I was pleasantly surprised, it's different and delicious, thank you Sara!
Bobby, Guest from: Victoria, Canada
2008 Nov 17
great soup! Very tasty, my first ever having butternut squash soup! I will be keeping this recipe for future use!! Thanks! Bobby
Joan H, Guest
2008 Nov 26
I made this recipe and added minced garlic to it. It just doesn't seem right to not have garlic in it. It give it a wonderful rich flavour. When using the whole butternut squash I would likely add about 3-4cloves of garlic. Deeelicious!
Navid, Guest from: Vancouver
2008 Nov 28
2008 Dec 05
i made this recipe and roasted red peppers and garlic as well and blended it all together. it was fantastic :)
2008 Dec 22
I roasted a head of garlic to add to squash. When I was sauteeing the onion I added 1 tsp. curry powder for the last 30 seconds. I used coconut milk instead of cream becasue of a dairy allergy. Fabulous!
Yuri, Guest from: London, Canada
2009 Jan 03
What temperature should the oven be at?
2009 Jan 23
Thank you Sara that was so easy and fun especially when you have three little ones to worry about...God Bless and keep them coming:)
I've never made ANY soup before, but I've just bought some acorn squash on sale and am going to substitute the butternut for that. Any comments?
Julia, Guest from: Kelowna, BC
2009 Aug 18
Was he 5 bouillon cubes a typo? It sounded like way too much to me, but I thought I would follow the recipe the first time. It was so salty that we couldn't eat it. I think I will try it again with zero cubes.
2009 Aug 24
So good, my family slurped this up. My only changed was that I sauteed the onions in butter instead of olive oil. ;)
Brad In Canada, Guest from: Orillia
2009 Oct 07
You didn't show number of servings. I need enough for 10 so will double the recipe.
Meghan, Guest from: Alberta
2009 Oct 13
So good. Even my husband who doesn't like anything liked it.
Rebecca W, Guest from: Canada
2009 Oct 18
Did you provide receipe for the cream?
Sam, Guest from: Ontario
2009 Oct 18
I have yet to make this dish, but I was just wondering about the bouillon. The 5 cubes is correct? Please let me know soon! I'm planning on making this dish within the next week for a dinner party :)
Marylou, Guest from: Burlington Ontario
2009 Oct 24
Am about to make this soup - many favorable comments. Someone asked if acorn squash could be used instead of butternut - any comment on that?
2009 Nov 29
found the 5 cubes to be a little much, next time i will only use three. also added tablespoon of currie while in the pot, as well as a dash of cinnimon. a piece of double smoked bacon, well crisped and crumbled over parsley was nice as garnish
Chrissy, Guest from: Vancouver,bc
2009 Dec 06
LOVED IT - very yummy
2010 Mar 07
Thank you very much for the recepe!!!It is so simple, even beginners can make it.It was beyond any expectations, that something so simple(and fast!) could be so delicious! It tasted just like the one in the restaurant. I do belive, that roasting the squash brings out the hearty flavour. It's not quite the same if you boil it( so is yam), but that's what they suggest in many other recepies.Thanks again!!!
2010 Apr 06
Excellent soup. I did add a cup of cooked sweet potatoes and the garlic that others suggested. The outcome was so delicious that I later made and served it at a dinner party and everyone raved.Thank you for this easy and delicious reecipe...it goes into my favorites box.
2010 Jun 02
I added some apple and blended it all together gave it a nice sweet taste! Yummmy
Wendy, Guest from: B.c,
2010 Aug 08
what l do .is cut into cubes one butternut and one large sweet potatoe oion if u like add a twig of tyme put everything into roasting pan coat with olvie oil or veg what every u have salt and pepper roast in oven at three fiffty until tender.then add one box of chicken or veg stalk , puree and beleive me yum yum yum enjoy.
Connie, Guest from: Canada
2010 Aug 21
Whilst cooking the onions I added pumkin spice and all spice. Towards the end of this process I added 2 tbsp to the onions and let it simmer a few mins before adding the squash. Instead of the bullion cubes I added 1 cup of chicken stock and reduced the 4 cup water to 3 instead. It's cooking as we speak and everyone in the house is sticking their nose close to the lid to have a whif. It's not even finished and everyone is saying it's amazing. This is going into my family heirloom book.
2010 Aug 21
I meant to say that while the onions and the spices were cooking I added 2 tbsp of maple syrup to the onions before adding the squash in.
Erin, Guest from: Ontario
2010 Sep 16
if you have liquid boullion 2tsp to 250ml of water makes a great base and isnt salty all in all great receipe thanks for sharing MY kids are eating it and asking for more
Colleen Fleet, Guest
2010 Nov 22
These are the small (1cm by 1cm) bouillion cubes! You use aprox 1 per cup of water....not the big cubes! Instead of cream try adding 1/2 bring of cream cheese....yummmmyyyyyy!