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Creamy Cucumber Soup

May/June 2007

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (376 votes)

There's no reason to only use cucumbers raw—they are wonderful sautéed then pureed with avocado for a silken-textured soup that's good warm or cold.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Very delicious and satisfying! As creamy as it is, you wouldn't think it was healthy! I love having this for lunch or dinner with sandwiches. "
Creamy Cucumber Soup

34 Reviews for Creamy Cucumber Soup

08/23/2012
Anonymous

This is a really tasty soup. It NEEDS something though, and i can't put my finger on it. I used Greek yougurt which made it very rich and creamy. It's refreshing - probably even more satisfying if eaten cold on a hot summer day. I'm not sure what else to give it though. Maybe more salt, more cayenne. Maybe I'll try dill. I'd do it again whenever I figure out what is missing.

Light, Refreshing in Summer
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08/16/2012
Anonymous
No boring cucumber soup here!

Only two things I adapted to our tastes- used more broth to thin the soup out a bit and used Chilula sauce instead of cayenne pepper. Loved this recipe! I would definitely make this soup again.

Quick, creamy, healthy
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08/06/2012
Anonymous
Excellent, light & refreshing!

Wonderful soup. I made it twice this weekend to use up cucumbers, then put some in the freezer. I added a little more lemon juice and parsley than it called for - b/c that's what I like. I may end up adding a bit more broth when I warm it up next time. I enjoyed it luke-warm.

Easy, healthy, light
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05/17/2012
Anonymous
Awesome Late Night Meal

I made this late one night after work. It was easy, quick and deliciously light. I will be making this again.

Light, creamy
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01/27/2012
Anonymous
Wonderful recipe!

This soup is surprisingly tasty. It has very nice layers of flavor, and I love this bright green color and creamy appearance.

Creamy. Flavourful. Delicous.
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