Curried dishes run the gamut from sweet to hot with sweet-hot somewhere on the continuum. Curry powders vary greatly as well. Find one you like and stick with it. Nothing is more disappointing than picking up a container from the grocery store shelf only to find it greatly lacking in flavor when you apply it to dinner.
This curried pumpkin soup is almost sweet because of the naturally occurring sugar in the pumpkin and because of the slightly sweet undertones that come with coconut milk. This soup is subtle and satisfying, creamy and rich, with garlic, curry powder and cilantro as a finishing touch. The recipe is adapted from The Roasted Vegetable by Andrea Chesman
Make a meal of this soup with a crispy green salad tossed with a vinaigrette and hot from the oven sourdough bread.
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This looks awesome! I will have to try it, I always have pumpkins through the winter.
This looks great… and fast! Can’t wait to try it. Found you on Meatless Mondays 🙂
I just made a soup this week that looks a lot like this one. I am going to blog about it this week. It’s good isn’t it 😉
Yum! I love curry and I just roasted up some pumpkin. Can’t wait to try this recipe 🙂
Coconut milk always adds such a lovely dimension. Beautiful soup.
This sounds great. I make a butternut squash soup with coconut milk, but I’ve never tried a curried version. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe with Sunday Night Soup Night. I’ll be hosting weekly through fall and winter, so I’d love to see you again with your next soup/stock/chowder recipe!
This looks sooo yummy! I absolutely love pumpkin soup and will have to give this version a try. Thanks!
I would love for you to link this soup recipe up to a “PUMPKIN” link up that we are hosting today! It fits in perfectly!
I love Pumpkin Soup and would just love your Curried Pumpkin Soup. It has a wonderful blend of spice that would just be delicious! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a great week end and come back soon!
Thanks for linking your great post to FAT TUESDAY. This was very interesting! Hope to see you next week!
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this looks amazing for fall! Thanks so much for linking up!!!
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This looks scrumptious!
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Thanks so much for linking up your pumpkin recipe to 5 Flu-Fighting Foods! I hope you’ll come back today to link up your breakfast recipes–and visit all the co-hosts to see their top 3 picks for their fav pumpkin dishes! http://www.thehumbledhomemaker.com/2011/11/gallo-pinto-traditional-costa-rican.html
This dish is no match for those steak. Healthy and nutritious.
I’ve tried pumpkin with various ingredients but not with coconut oil or coconut milk. This curried pumpkin looks and sounds very tasty. I’m imagining how it’d taste if some deep fried or roasted chicken pieces are added to this tempting curry.
This is one delicious sounding soup, yummmm…
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