1. Shred the onion
2. Wash and peel the pumpkin and cut into slices or small pieces
3. Heat the pan, add butter, until melted
4. Add onion and saute until fragrant
5. Add the pumpkin and stir-fry evenly
6. Add boiling water, bring to a boil on high heat, turn to low heat after boiling
7. Cook until the pumpkin is soft and rotten, add salt, and use a cooking hand to beat the pumpkin into a paste. If it is too thick, add water as appropriate. Put it in a bowl and add croutons with crushed nuts or toasted croutons.
1. The pumpkin should be noodles and sweet, and the golden color is better;
2. Different pumpkin starch and water content are different, so the amount of water added is also different. Generally, you can add water at a ratio of 1:1 first. If the water is less, you can add it. If the water is too much, the soup will not taste good if it is too thin;
3. If you don't have a cook, some soymilk machines have a thick soup function, you can add water from the sixth step and pour it into the soymilk machine, and use the thick soup function;
4. This soup should be milky and sweet. The sweetness comes from the pumpkin itself. Adding salt can enhance the sweetness. If the pumpkin you buy is not sweet, you can add a little more salt to make it salty.