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Halloween Pumpkin Soup - Comments

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Name: Keeley 17th November 2010
sounds nice looks nice
how about
you try it
come on try its
lush
Name: Fiona 21st October 2011
What size can of coconut milk please? The user who supplied the recipe did not specify, so we have done some experimenting. We preferred using a small can 150-200g size and using it like you would use fresh cream- just a drizzle to highlight flavours. However if you like the creamy coconut flavour you can stir in a large tin (approx 400g) and warm to make sure the soup is hot. This does work but I thought it a little rich. Hope this helps. The Cookit Team
Name: Denysse 21st August 2012
Hey, I love green pumpkins!! Alas, we haven't been to a patch yet this year and considering how many pumpkins I've already bought at the grocery store, I'm not so sure I could convince my husband to make a trip!! Maybe just for photographic purposes
Name: Diana 27th September 2013
Hey, don't throw away the seeds! They make a wonderful snack when roasted with cinnamon & sugar or even with just a little salt.

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