A flavorful fall soup comes together easily thanks to a can of pumpkin puree.
A can of pumpkin doesn't have to become a pumpkin dessert -- it also works beautifully as a shortcut to savory dishes. This soup, which combines pumpkin puree with a blend of warm spices and some unexpected ingredients -- an apple for sweetness and a handful of toasted pumpkin seeds for a nutty depth. Next time you find yourself with a spare can of pumpkin in the cupboard, give this recipe a try for the perfect fall soup with a slight kick, thanks to the Vanns Ancho Chili and Chipotle Chili Powders.
Serves 8. Adapted from The New York Times.
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