A Cold Kabocha Soup You Can Drink Up

A Cold Kabocha Soup You Can Drink Up

Kabocha squash are full of nutrition. This is a light soup that you can drink right up. You can serve it hot too.

Ingredients: about 4 servings

Kabocha squash
1/4 (250 g de-seeded and peeled)
1/2 (150 g)
15 g
300 ml
Soup stock cube
300 to 400 ml
Salt and pepper
To taste
Parsley or fresh cream (optional)
To taste


1. Take out the seeds and pulpy insides, peel the skin off the kabocha squash, and slice about 5 mm thick. Slice the onion thinly.
2. Heat up a pan over medium heat, add the butter and saute the onion. Take care not to let it burn by adjusting the heat.
3. When the onion is transparent, add the kabocha squash and saute briefly.
4. Add the water and stock cube, cover with a lid and simmer for about 10 minutes until the kabocha squash is falling apart.
5. Let it cool down a bit then put it in a blender and puree until smooth. Return to the pan.
6. There will be some left in the blender, so add a little milk, blend for about 3 seconds, then transfer to the pan to get everything.
7. Add the rest of the milk to the pan and mix well. Season with salt and pepper. When the soup comes to a boil, turn it off and cool the pan by putting it in water.
8. Chill the soup in the refrigerator. Pour into serving bowls. Drizzle a little cream on top, or scatter on some chopped parsley.

Story Behind this Recipe

Every summer my parents send us a big kabocha squash, but we have trouble using it all up. So I make lots of soup and chill it in the refrigerator.
This is the sister recipe of the Lots Of Milk Carrot Soup (Recipe ID: 1290056).