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9/19/11: Curried Squash & Chicken Soup

We have butternut squash growing in our garden! One was ready to pick and I've been really wanting a hearty squash dish to start off fall. I found a Curried Squash & Chicken Soup dish from Eating Well online. Instead of using pureed frozen squash we roasted our squash in the oven and pureed it for the soup. We doubled the recipe and I was also having an "I really wants spicy food" moment so I almost tripled the curry paste. This was delicious and I definitely want to make this one again!

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