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Sunday, October 11, 2020

Phat Phong, Kaddu, Labu

The monsoon season has started and the cooler temps almost feel like fall over here in my corner of the world.

And fall screams PUMPKINS to me!

There's nothing like a hot and spicy pumpkin curry to warm hungry tummies on a cold day.

Here are my favourite pumpkin curry recipes to share.

ENJOY!


THAI STYLE

Gaeng Paed Phat Phong  (Red Curry Pumpkin)



INDIAN STYLE

Kaddu Ki Sabji (Pumpkin Masala)


MALAY STYLE

Masak Kuning Bayam & Labu (Spinach and Pumpkin Yellow Curry)



Happy fall y’all !

44 comments:

  1. All the food looks delicious! Glad it is cooling down a bit for you! I hope you guys have a good monsoon season! Ours was a bust this past summer and we desperately need the moisture the storms bring!

    betty

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  2. Very tasty and so many pumpkin dishes, I'll try the pumpkin curry too.
    Greetings Eva

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  3. Thanks for sharing. I love pumpkin and I find that curry matches very well with it. Have a nice upcoming week!

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  4. que receta mas interesante, nunca habia visto algo asi.

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  5. I have never had a pumpkin curry, but since pumpkins are available everywhere at this time of the year, and we use curry frequently, it might be the time to give it a try!

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  6. Thanks for your sharing 😊 in my country, made a dessert with pumkins...

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  7. A new twist on pumpkins. Love it.

    Have a fabulous day and week. ♥

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  8. In the US, at any rate, pumpkin spice is overdone this time of year - cookies, cakes, pies, teas, coffee drinks, milkshakes - YIKES! But some of these dishes look interesting.
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/10/the-fungus-is-among-us-mushrooms.html

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  9. Brilliant all LQQKS delicious I hope you saved me some too heheh! :-)

    Have a pumpkintastic safe week 😷😷😷

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  10. The dishes all look amazing and perfect for the season. I'd love to give the Red Curry Pumpkin a try.
    Amalia
    xo

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  11. Thank you for sharing your recipe and what a neat post you have posted today! Hmmm Pumpkin and spinach. Well, I guess I'll have to try it. hMMMM Do you like it? Okay, I'm game... I think I'll try that this weekend and let you know minus the hot peppers, but I'll let hubby know cuz he likes them. Thanks for sharing and have a great day, week and weekend! Nice to hear from you again. Sending cyber hugs my friend! Stay healthy & don't forget your mask!

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  12. I love making that pumpkin sabzi and having it with puris.

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  13. I've never even considered pumpkin curry - fabulous!

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  14. Thanks for the receipes - we also like pumpkins very much and grow them in our garden :-)
    Hugs and best wishes, Traude
    https://rostrose.blogspot.com/2020/10/summertime-2020-teil-4-august.html

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  15. Ah Veronica, only had pumpkin curry in a restaurant. That would be a great way to use a pumpkin. All Seasons gives many thanks for these recipes:):) You're the best! Only in the last few years I have caught on to curies - we both like them much. There is one groceries store here in the USA which sells a yellow and a red curry. But they're both rather sharp - - great to add one more mellow in taste! Have a great rest of the week. Jesh

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  16. I haven't cooked with pumpkin forever. The Kaddu Ki Sabji looks delicious.

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  18. I haven't had curry that I recall. - Margy

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  19. I like pumpkins, but I never experienced such recipes! Only pies and in the oven with sugar! So, I missed a lot...
    I shall explore them! Thank you for all these ideas, Veronica!
    Happy WW and a fine week ahead!

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  20. I dare say that this post is a treasure for those who like pumpkin dishes!

    Have a great day, Veronica!

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  21. I love the idea of a pumpkin curry but I don’t like hot and spicy. I like my pumpkin in pies or breads and sometimes a soup.

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  22. ...pumpkin is the flavor of the season.

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  23. All of them look pumpkinly delicious!

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  24. Pumpkin is so expensive over here. And just for the kids vto ruin out on the street. Much better to make a spicy curry like yours Veronica.

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  25. The pumpkin dishes look so tasty.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Enjoy the week...

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  26. I'd never heard of those pumpkin dishes. Thanks for sharing.

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  27. I am not familiar with some ingredients but it looks tasty :)

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  28. I think I am the odd one out, but I do not like pumpkin. My first and last taste of pumpkin was when my cousin gave me one and I made a pie. I threw it away! It might have been the way I made it, but I have never tasted one since.
    https://allatseawithme.blogspot.com/2020/10/wordless-wednesday-bermuda.html

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  29. We enjoy some roasted pumpkin occasionally but I have to say it was a bit disturbing to not find one orange pumpkin when I moved to New Zealand! Mostly they are gray on the outside but still taste good!

    Your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week is greatly appreciated!!

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  30. That looks delicious ! I like the Thai kitchen we have two restaurants here ! But yours are certainly better !

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  31. We have Spring here down under but my favourite pumpkin recipe is curried pumpkin soup with sweet corn.

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  32. All look yummy. Thank you, Veronica, for the recipes.

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  33. I love curries, but just never had it with pumpkin. Perhaps this year is the time to try...

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  34. I like pumpkin. I ate baked pumpkin, I ate pumpkin pie; I have to eat something from here: I choose Masala for the start. Thanks for the recipes.
    I wish you a wonderful day! :)

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  35. I'd love to try the Malay style. It looks so yummy!

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  36. Mhmmmm, verry tasty! Thanks for the receipes, I will definitely try them out!
    Happy weekend!

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  37. It looks fabulous. Thanks for your live to my photoblog.

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  38. Here in the US I don't think many people would think about cooking anything with pumpkin other than pie. Which considering that It is a squash is kind of odd. Thanks for the recipes!

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  39. Big hugs my friend. I love Kaddu/pumpkin. Your curries look finger licking delicious. I go live with #WW tomorrow evening IST. See you around.
    Much love always darling.

    N


    https://natashamusing.com/2020/10/cant-help-falling-in-love-wordlesswednesday-wednesdaywisdom/

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  40. It's fall and pumpkin season here as well. Thanks for sharing those yummy looking recipes. I think the masala one and the one with spinach would be my favorites.

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  41. Fall is all about pumpkins! I've made pumpkin pie and pumpkin bread before, but that's about all I do with it.

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  42. Those all look so good. I had fun watching the videos. I’ve really never cooked with fresh pumpkin before. Only with the canned purée for pie and breads.

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  43. My husband grew some pumpkins, so I made pumpkin pies, pumpkin crisp, pumpkin smoothies (banana, cinnamon and almond milk added), and was thinking of making pumpkin soup.

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  44. Those pumpkin dishes look amazing. I tried all except Red Curry Pumpkin, I love pumpkin...

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