Golden Summer Squash & Corn Soup

July/August 2009

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Pureed summer squash makes a delicious base for this summery squash and corn soup. Start your meal with the soup or enjoy it as a light lunch. Fresh thyme and briny feta cheese give it fabulous flavor. For a variation, try the soup with any herb you have on hand or goat cheese in place of feta.

"I like this recipe so much that I make a double batch every time. I also like to serve it alongside Eating Well's Lemony Lentil Salad with Feta. It's the perfect summer soup & salad meal. "
Golden Summer Squash & Corn Soup

23 Reviews for Golden Summer Squash & Corn Soup


Can I substitute normal squash to summer squash what should I do

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 38 weeks ago

What is your definition of

What is your definition of normal squash?

Growing up I always thought the typical yellow squash was "normal" but it may not be for you. I would guess the more winter squash varieties like butternut or acorn would not work as well here, because they are usually denser than the yellow squash. Of course, I could be completely wrong. My philosophy of cooking is use what you like, but be prepared to make adjustments for texture, thickness, etc.

Really good

I made this soup today for lunch and it was so so good. The only things I changed would be adding dry herbs instead of fresh, and using mozzarella instead of feta, both because that was what I had on hand. Still really tasty though.

tastes great, healthy, low calorie, vegetarian

Did I miss when you are supposed to add the feta? I'm making it now and see what to do with the unused portion of the feta at the end. Oh well, I'll wing it.

Very tasty and healthy

Used 1 can cream corn instead of fresh corn, also used dried herbs instead of fresh, added some shredded left over chicken...turned out perfect. Good consistency and very tasty.


This was very good. Just got done making a batch of it. Had some for lunch, asked DH is he wanted some. Well, there is none to put away. I will have to make a double batch next time.


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