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from Yardley, PA Joumou (Haitian Pumpkin Soup) 1 lb. beef stew meat 1 lb. chicken 1 lb. cabbage 1 onion 3 cloves 3 medium size turnips 1/4 lb. vermicelli 1 tablespoon lemon juice or vinegar 2 lb. joumou (pumpkin) Celery leaves 3 big carrots 1 hot pimento, whole with stem 6 medium-sized potatoes 1/4 qt. water Use a 9 qt. kettle to boil the beef and the chicken. Remove scum. When the meat begins to get tender (about 2 hours or 1 hour in pressure cooker) add all vegetables. Continue boiling until meat is tender and vegetables are cooked (1/2 hour). Turn off the heat and let cool. Cube the meat and strain the vegetables through a fine sieve. Return cubed meat and liquid to the kettle and bring to boil. Add the pimiento, being careful not to break or puncture it. (It is added more for aroma than flavor.) Simmer until vermicelli is cooked.

Haitian Pumpkin Soup


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from Yardley, PA

Joumou (Haitian
Pumpkin Soup)

1 lb.
beef stew meat
1 lb.
chicken
1 lb.
cabbage
1
onion
3 cloves
3 medium size turnips
1/4 lb.
vermicelli
1 tablespoon
lemon juice or vinegar
2 lb. joumou (
pumpkin)
Celery leaves
3
big carrots
1
hot pimento, whole with stem
6 medium-sized potatoes
1/4 qt. water

Use a 9 qt. kettle to
boil the beef and the chicken. Remove scum. When the meat begins to get tender (about 2 hours or 1 hour in pressure cooker) add all vegetables. Continue boiling until meat is tender and vegetables are cooked (1/2 hour). Turn off the heat and let cool. Cube the meat and strain the vegetables through a fine sieve. Return cubed meat and liquid to the kettle and bring to boil. Add the pimiento, being careful not to break or puncture it. (It is added more for aroma than flavor.) Simmer until vermicelli is cooked.



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from Vinhedo, São paulo, Brazil wrote:11  4

that my favorite soup of all time
5 starsNovember 19, 2003


 
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