Pumpkin Tomato Soup
Interestingly the vegetables and meat arranged in that manner kind of looks cheesy and seem to resemble the letters “COI”, which seem also to mean conflict of interest. Honestly, I don’t see how there could be any conflict of interest here. Conflict of Ingredients maybe? Again it is not likely either because this soup tasted absolutely gorgeous.
But one thing though, the pumpkin after 12 hours of thermal cooker magic kind of makes it mushy and not the texture that I wanted. I was a tad disappointed. The taste of the soup on the other hand was fantastic and that was all that matters. Taste wise, it was a home-run. So that’s two thumbs up. Hurray.
A small slice of Pumpkin (just the regular type will do)
A large Tomato (cut into quarts)
250 grams of Pork Ribs
1. Boil a kettle of water. Slice the pumpkin into chunks. Quart the tomato. Place the pork ribs into the pot. Dump the prepared ingredients into the pot. Pour the hot water into the pot, add a little salt and boil for about 20 minutes on high heat before placing the pot into the thermal cooker. Allow at least 12 hours to cook the soup.