Pumpkin soup is such a hearty, warming dish that’s perfect for cold and rainy winter days. And it is so easy! Just chop up your pumpkin and cover with stock – simmer and it’s ready!
These days we hear all about the benefits of bone broth – it’s gut healing, and full of minerals like calcium, magnesium and potassium, which are essential for our wellbeing. My homemade bone broth is quick and easy and uses up leftover bones from Sunday night’s roast chicken dinner. Win win.
This pumpkin soup with garlic and leek, and homemade chicken bone broth, is ideal for anyone with intolerances (as commercial stocks are really high in food chemicals salicylates, amines and glutamates).
I’ve served it with my coriander pesto, and a dollop of sheep’s yoghurt (but coconut yoghurt would be delicious too). Oh and your bread of choice on the side, of course. I had homemade gluten free slathered in coconut oil (dairy free)! You can make this all on the same day, you just need a few hours, or for even more goodness in your bone broth, make it overnight and start the soup the next day….