Turmeric Roasted Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

Butternut Squash Soup with Turmeric Recipe

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Recipe by PlantBasedNerd.comDifficulty: Easy
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  • 1 butternut squash

  • 1 yellow onion

  • 2 carrots

  • 2 celery stalks

  • 2.5 cups of vegetable bouillon

  • 5 cloves garlic

  • 5 sprigs of Thyme

  • 5 leaves of Sage


  • Set oven to 450. Cut the squash in half, lay it face-up on the cooking sheet or pizza stone. Drizzle with the oil of your choice – I used olive oil. Top with salt, pepper, and ground turmeric. Bake for 45 minutes.
  • While your squash is roasting, cut up your onion, carrots, and celery. Dice up the garlic cloves.
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    If you’re using a traditional stove and blender method, I’m sure cooking in a pot of the stove and then blending the ingredients would work fine, but probably not nearly as fun! Another thing I love about my Instant Pot Blender is the self-clean feature. Simply rinse the glass body, fill it with 32 ounces of hot water, hit the “Clean” button and you’re done!

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  • Butternut Squash: Butternut squash is an abundant source of powerful antioxidants, including vitamin C, vitamin E, and beta-carotene. Antioxidants help prevent or slow cellular damage and reduce inflammation, which may reduce your risk of several chronic diseases.1
  • Turmeric: Turmeric’s main active component — curcumin — is what gives the spice its yellow color. Curcumin has anti-inflammatory properties, making it a potential treatment for a number of health conditions, including reduced pain and increased ease of movement in people with osteoarthritis.2
  • Carrots: These and other orange-hued vegetables are rich in vitamin A and beta-carotene, both of which are believed to fight inflammation.2
  • Sage: Sage tea is particularly high in rosmarinic acid. Animal and test-tube studies have shown that this antioxidant provides numerous benefits, such as decreased inflammation and blood sugar levels ( 3 , 4 ).3
  • Thyme: Thymol’s anti-inflammatory effects have been documented in several studies. The thymol in thyme oil is effective at reducing inflammation and infection. According to recent research, thymol’s anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties make it beneficial for oral health.4