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Creamy Cucumber Soup

May/June 2007

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (453 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

36 Reviews for Creamy Cucumber Soup

09/28/2015
Anonymous
Fantastic!

A must try! Can't go wrong with this recipe! Left out yogurt & cyanine due to allergies. Topped with sliced, roasted almonds. Served both warm & chilled. Slurry! Yummmm!

Easy & great use of garden veggies & herbs.
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07/28/2015
Anonymous
Delicious and handy

I love this recipe. I have been using it for a few years now when I want to preserve cucumbers from my garden. The soup freezes well and gives you a nice taste of summer in the middle of the winter

Tastes wonderful and freezes well
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06/25/2015
Anonymous
Delicious!

I don't usually have yogurt but garnish with a pile of cheddar, blue, feta, whatever cheese you have. I just add dill with the parsley. I always have all these things in my garden in the summer so a meal right out of the yard!

easy to make, uses lots of cucumbers, a meal in itself
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04/14/2015
Anonymous
Delicious

Delicious and really easy to make. I would recommended garnishing with sliced parmesan! Very refreshing.

Great use for extra cucumber!
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02/14/2015
Anonymous
Healthy, Filling and Addictive!

My new favorite soup! I've made it 3 times this week and I'm completely in awe. I was looking for a soup to replace all the chicken soup I've been making and this fills the void. It is nutritious, adaptable to change, hearty and my new favorite soup. I would eat this for every meal if I could

Easy to make, Delicious, A filling soup, and very healthy
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