Pumpkin velouté amuse-bouche with whipped cream

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This soup has a super mild taste! Actually, such a small glass is far too little. But an appetizer is intended to wake up your taste buds. Velouté means velvety soft and is one of the five main sauces/soups of French cuisine. The velouté is bound with cream, giving it a super soft structure. You can serve this pumpkin velouté appetizer with a drink or as an appetizer for your dinner. In any case, it will certainly leave you wanting more. And what's more, the flavors of pumpkin and duck fat go well with autumn. veloute pumpkin soup

pumpkin velouté amuse veloute

And this is how you make the Pumpkin velouté amuse-bouche:

-First peel the pumpkin and remove the seeds and threads, then cut it into blocks. Take the onion, peel it and cut it into quarters. Also peel the garlic clove and cut through the middle.

-Take a pan and melt the duck fat in it and add the onion, garlic and fry them.

-Then add the pumpkin blocks with half a liter of water, a pinch of salt and let it boil for 30 minutes on a low heat.

-When the pumpkin is soft, add the honey and 50 ml of the whipped cream and stir well. Then take your immersion blender and blend it until smooth.

- Beat the rest of the whipped cream until stiff.

Finally, take your amuse-bouche glasses and carefully fill them with the pumpkin velouté and pipe a dollop of whipped cream on top.

Pumpkin velouté amuse-bouche:

Decorate your amuse with a beautiful edible flower or some lavender

Here you will find the complete recipe with all the ingredients you need. I hope you have fun preparing the dish below.

Pumpkin velouté amuse-bouche

Pumpkin velouté amuse-bouche

This soup has a super soft taste! Actually, such a small glass is far too little. But an amuse-bouche is precisely meant to wake up your taste buds.

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Hallway: amuse
Kitchen: European
Keyword: pumpkin
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Preparation time: 30 minutes
Total time: 40 minutes
Servings: 8 people
calories: 83kcal
Author: Francine
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Ingredients:

  • 1 pumpkin - of 800 grams
  • 1 big onion
  • 1 teen Garlic
  • 250 ml 35% whipped cream
  • 30 gram duck fat - for sale at specialty store
  • 3 tablespoons flower honey
  • pinch salt

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And this is how you make it:

  • First, peel the pumpkin and remove the seeds and threads, then cut it into cubes. Take the onion, peel it and cut it into quarters. Also peel the garlic clove and cut through the middle.
  • Take a pan and melt the duck fat in it and add the onion, garlic and fry them.
  • Then add the pumpkin blocks with half a liter of water, a pinch of salt and let it boil for 30 minutes on a low heat.
  • When the pumpkin is soft, add the honey and 50 ml of the whipped cream and stir well. Then take your immersion blender and blend it until smooth.
  • Whip the rest of the whipped cream until stiff. pumpkin velouté amuse-bouche
  • Finally, take your amuse-bouche glasses and carefully fill them with the pumpkin velouté and pipe a dollop of whipped cream on top.
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