Creamy Cucumber Soup

May/June 2007

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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.

"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 Recipe

30 Reviews for Creamy Cucumber Soup

Quick and easy!

I thought I had posted a review of this before, but I guess I didn't. I made this several times last summer because I loved it so much. It was quick and easy to make in the evening to pack for lunch for a few days. I always eat it cold, but it's good warm too. I always top it with a little crumbled queso fresco too, but it's just as good without it. While cheese adds some fat, it also adds protein and makes the soup more filling too.

Delicious creamy cucumber soup!
Mixed Reviews

I enjoyed this recipe. I ate the soup hot and found I liked the clean fresh taste which was refreshing but filling. I used up left over cucumbers I had been growing this summer.

However, the husband didn't like it so mixed reviews in our house.

easy, simple and refreshing

Have made this soup twice this summer! Passed the recipie on to friends who love it as well!

Healthy and incredibly delicious soup

This recipe is TERRIFIC; it's easy, (if you like chopping). The only change I made was to add more garlic, cayenne pepper, and I added a little tiny bit more lemon juice.
YUM! I hadn't even put in the yogurt yet and it was already good. I tried another taste of it with yogurt only to find that I liked it better without the yogurt. Great warm!!!

Flavorful, healthy, hearty,
Amazing Dinner Creation

Our garden has over produced this year so we are looking for new and different ways to use cucumbers. This is a 5 star hit!

Easy and fast to make

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