Pumpkin Tofu Curry

2012-10-05
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  • Servings : 4-6
  • Prep Time : 10m
  • Cook Time : 20m
  • Ready In : 30m

I absolutely love pumpkin season. This is a Thanksgiving favorite for me! You can add carrots and potatoes or any other veggie you’d like and serve over rice. Mmm delicious!

Ingredients

  • 1 yellow onion, diced
  • 2tbsp olive oil
  • 2 cups vegetable broth (I used 2 bullion cubes in two cups water)
  • 1 can coconut milk
  • 1 15 ounce can pumpkin
  • 2 tsp cumin
  • 2 tsp curry
  • pepper, to taste
  • sauteed tofu, cubed

Method

Step 1

In a large pot, sautee the onions in the olive oil until onions become translucent.

Step 2

Add remaining ingredients and stir well to combine. Allow to simmer over low heat for at least fifteen minutes, stirring occasionally.

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Recipe Comments

  1. posted by Geanna Marek on October 6, 2012

    This looks gorgeous, and really yummy, and also amazingly simple. I can’t wait to make some!

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  2. posted by carol on October 8, 2012

    Perfect for Thanksgiving and Meatless Mondays!

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  3. posted by Mina Joshi on October 8, 2012

    Love this amazing looking curry. I like the way you have presented it in the empty pumpkin shell.

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  4. posted by erin on October 9, 2012

    This was good, but I think a few tweaks would make it amazing. I’d skip the water all together – that seemed to dilute the taste, and it was already plenty soupy. I’d also maybe reduce the amount of broth, increase the curry a bit, and add a little sea salt. It was still yummy but a bit bland; I’d like more of the coconut and curry flavors to come out. But thanks – it’s definitely a keeper! Perfect for a cold night.

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    • posted by Toni on October 9, 2012

      Thanks so much for the feedback. The recipe doesn’t actually call for water. I think the way the ingredients list was formatted made it seem like that it did, my apologies. I changed it to make it a little clearer.

      I’m glad you liked it anyway. :)

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  5. posted by erin on October 17, 2012

    Thanks for the clarification, Toni! That makes much more sense. :)

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  6. posted by Jerott on October 24, 2012

    Curry powder or curry paste? Looks delicious, by the way. I might be a blasphemer and add chicken though…

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    • posted by Toni on October 24, 2012

      Thank you, Jerott. I used curry powder and it was pretty tasty. I also thought it was pretty darn delicious with the tofu. Maybe try it that way frist? ;)

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  7. posted by lauren atchison on January 29, 2013

    what kind of canned coconut milk do you use? i’vs seen them with varying amounts of fat in them

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    • posted by Toni on February 4, 2013

      Hi Lauren,

      I used a light coconut milk.

      Thanks! :)

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  8. posted by Kelly on September 11, 2013

    I like the idea of this recipe, but mine didn’t have much flavor with the amount of seasonings listed. Is it supposed to be 2 t of curry powder and 2 t of cumin? I barely added any broth but used a larger can of coconut milk. Did you add any salt? My curry powder might be old or something, otherwise I don’t know why I couldn’t really taste it. Thanks for the recipe though!

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    • posted by Toni on October 1, 2013

      Hi, I use bullion cubes for the broth that made it extra flavorful. :)

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  9. posted by Catherine Gomez on October 9, 2013

    I am definitely making this for (Canadian) Thanksgiving! How did you sautee the tofu?

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  10. posted by Wendy on October 29, 2013

    Do you know how to modify this recipe using a fresh pumpkin vs. canned?

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  11. posted by Marlena on October 30, 2013

    This looks so good! I love pumpkin recipes that aren’t sweet. How much tofu do you use?

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  12. posted by elaine on November 23, 2013

    added crushed red pepper and served over spaghetti squash! awesome! thanks for all of your super easy recipes!

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