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Fire-Roasted Tomato, Pumpkin and Corn Soup

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This is a sponsored post by Hunt’s® tomatoes. All opinions are my own.

A gorgeous creamy and smooth fire-roasted tomato, pumpkin, and corn soup that uses @huntschef fire-roasted diced tomatoes. The flavors go so well together and it's the perfect compliment to add to your dinner table. Serve with some crusty bread and you've got yourself a comforting and healthy meal! #HuntsDifference #ad

Remember last week I mentioned I was in New York City? Well, I can tell you why today! I was in New York City at the Tasting Table’s test kitchen with Hunt’s! For the next several months, I am partnering with Hunt’s to bring you delicious and unique recipes that you can make with their products. Get ready to get loaded with tomato recipes. You will love them. This fire-roasted tomato, pumpkin, and corn soup is JUST the beginning. The recipe I have coming in a couple weeks is something you will want at every tailgate or game day get together. I promise. I’m already so excited about it, I could burst.

Let’s not get too ahead of ourselves and let’s turn our attention to this glorious soup and the event last week!

A gorgeous creamy and smooth fire-roasted tomato, pumpkin, and corn soup that uses @huntschef fire-roasted diced tomatoes. The flavors go so well together and it's the perfect compliment to add to your dinner table. Serve with some crusty bread and you've got yourself a comforting and healthy meal! #HuntsDifference #ad

At the Tasting Table event last week with Hunt’s we learned about their FlashSteam™ process. Instead of using chemicals, like lye*, Hunt’s peels all its diced, whole and stewed tomatoes using steam from simple hot water! This means no chemical by-products get put back into the earth. Very environmentally-friendly! We also learned that there is absolutely no waste of any of the tomato. Everything that isn’t used in the canned tomatoes, it is used as compost or fed to animals or something else that doesn’t involve the trash! I love that because when we were growing up, my mom made it a point to drive home that you must not waste anything when it comes to food and the fact that Hunt’s doesn’t waste a thing really makes me feel like this partnership is a perfect fit.

The below photo shows the chef demonstrating how you can steam peel your tomatoes at home, similar to how Hunt’s uses its FlashSteam™ process. It’s really that simple and similar to how your grandmother used to do it!

A gorgeous creamy and smooth fire-roasted tomato, pumpkin, and corn soup that uses @huntschef fire-roasted diced tomatoes. The flavors go so well together and it's the perfect compliment to add to your dinner table. Serve with some crusty bread and you've got yourself a comforting and healthy meal! #HuntsDifference #ad

 

A gorgeous creamy and smooth fire-roasted tomato, pumpkin, and corn soup that uses @huntschef fire-roasted diced tomatoes. The flavors go so well together and it's the perfect compliment to add to your dinner table. Serve with some crusty bread and you've got yourself a comforting and healthy meal! #HuntsDifference #ad

Hunt’s tomatoes are 100% natural and non-GMO, with no artificial preservatives so you can trust that this fire-roasted, pumpkin, and corn soup is going to be a great dish for your family on any night of the week. Seriously, just look at the colors above! It’s practically a rainbow! Maybe missing a few colors but still – look at how vibrant it all is. It was fun watching this all blend together into a smooth, creamy consistency, too!

You know you are going to be craving something as comforting as this soup once the cooler temperatures start rolling in. File this away in your arsenal and you won’t regret it :)

A gorgeous creamy and smooth fire-roasted tomato, pumpkin, and corn soup that uses @huntschef fire-roasted diced tomatoes. The flavors go so well together and it's the perfect compliment to add to your dinner table. Serve with some crusty bread and you've got yourself a comforting and healthy meal! #HuntsDifference #ad

 

A gorgeous creamy and smooth fire-roasted tomato, pumpkin, and corn soup that uses @huntschef fire-roasted diced tomatoes. The flavors go so well together and it's the perfect compliment to add to your dinner table. Serve with some crusty bread and you've got yourself a comforting and healthy meal! #HuntsDifference #ad

Don’t forget the toasted croutons on top because all the carbs and we all need all the carbs when it starts to get chilly out. It’s like my favorite thing to over-indulge on.

A gorgeous creamy and smooth fire-roasted tomato, pumpkin, and corn soup that uses @huntschef fire-roasted diced tomatoes. The flavors go so well together and it's the perfect compliment to add to your dinner table. Serve with some crusty bread and you've got yourself a comforting and healthy meal! #HuntsDifference #ad

*Lye Peeling is generally recognized as safe by the FDA and has no adverse effects on the healthfulness of tomatoes.

A gorgeous creamy and smooth fire-roasted tomato, pumpkin, and corn soup that uses @huntschef fire-roasted diced tomatoes. The flavors go so well together and it's the perfect compliment to add to your dinner table. Serve with some crusty bread and you've got yourself a comforting and healthy meal! #HuntsDifference #ad

Fire-Roasted Tomato, Pumpkin and Corn Soup

Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 10 mins Total Time 15 mins
Serves 4 servings     adjust servings

Once the temperatures start to dip, you'll be happy to have this fire-roasted tomato, pumpkin, and corn soup in your recipe arsenal!

Ingredients

  • 2: 14.5 ounce cans of Hunt's fire-roasted diced tomatoes
  • 1: 15 ounce can pumpkin puree
  • 1 cup fresh or frozen corn kernels (if frozen thaw it out prior to adding to blender)
  • 1/4 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • Handful of basil leaves
  • 1/4 cup chicken stock
  • Salt and pepper, to taste

Instructions

  1. In the pitcher of a blender, add all the ingredients for the soup.
  2. Blend together until smooth and creamy.
  3. If your blender does not have the option to blend and warm liquids, pour contents of blender into a medium saucepan on the stove and heat soup over medium-high heat.
  4. Top soup with freshly toasted croutons or serve with a side of crusty bread.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Hunt’s . The opinions and text are all mine.

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Posted on September 27, 2016

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  1. Susan McCoy
    09/27/2016 at 11:07 pm

    Can’t wait to try this soup!!

  2. Heather Christo
    09/28/2016 at 10:18 am

    I love the flavors of this soup- I never would have thought to puree tomato and pumpkin together- brilliant!

  3. Naomi @BakersRoyale
    09/28/2016 at 10:32 am

    This soup is perfect for warming up on a Fall day!

  4. Sommer @aspicyperspective
    09/28/2016 at 10:33 am

    I love the flavor combo in this soup! Yum!

  5. Gaby Dalkin
    09/28/2016 at 1:49 pm

    This recipe is screaming fall! Looks like the perfect soup to start the season off with!

  6. Amanda
    09/29/2016 at 7:34 am

    I made this last night and it was really good, but I have a few suggestions:

    1) unless you have an insane $400 blender, you definitely need to use a food processor or else all you’ll make is a hot mess (trust me!)

    2) I added all of the following that I was trying to use up and they all seemed to work:
    -sauteed peppers& onions
    -fresh oregano
    -red pepper flakes

    3) if you forget to add the parmesan you can just sprinkle it on top later and it will be fine!

    • Julie
      09/29/2016 at 9:09 pm

      Thank you for these tips for everyone! I’m glad you enjoyed the soup! :)

  7. jannie
    10/02/2016 at 11:54 pm

    The ads are too disruptive. I can’t read the story part and when I do get the link for the recipe, I get a full page ad telling me that I won an iPhone.

    Would love to find a page where the ads aren’t so invasive.

    • Julie
      10/03/2016 at 5:54 am

      Hi Jannie, I understand your frustration but the ads help pay for my site so I can continue providing you and everyone with free recipes. With having a website comes a bunch of fees: web hosting, groceries, and many more behind the scenes maintenance that the regular user does not know of or see. You see the front-end of it – the “free” part. So, I’d love for you to try to understand my reasonings for ads. However, with that said, I’d be happy to consider going to a subscription service for those folks that don’t like ads and therefore, can contribute to that service and not see any ads.

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