- 2 acorn squash (pumpkins, or other smallish winter squash)
- 3 tablespoons unsalted butter (room temperature)
- 14 ounces coconut milk
- 1 teaspoon curry paste (or more red Thai)
- 2 teaspoons fine grain sea salt (or to taste)
PER SERVING *
|Calories260Calories from Fat200|
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|Calories from Fat200|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
David Peeler 6 days ago
good starting point, but benefits from adding tofu or chicken
Cory 27 days ago
Easy & Delicious. A keeper recipe, will be making again
Linda 14 Nov
It was excellent, and creamy. I added roasted garlic and instead of water I used veggie broth! I also used 3 tablespoons of the red curry. It was still mild enough to feed the grandchildren. This recipe was tripled for my family.
Holly Thierbach 25 Sep
It's very good! But you definitely need to up the curry paste!
Baldwin 12 Feb
This is a simple yet excellent soup and can be made in very little time by anyone. Even without a ton of ingredients it has great flavor. We used Better Than Bouillon vegetable base rather than regular stock so we could adjust flavor that way as well. If you like things a bit on the spicier side you can add more curry paste or just a little for those with a more timid flavor profile. Either way this is one you're going to want to try on a cool winter day!
Dave 28 Jan
Loved it! Had to add more veggie stock, but yummy!
Michelle S 22 Jan
Delicious!! .... gonna make it again for sure
Lythara 21 Jan
I used butternut squash, toasted and spiced the seeds as a garnish - came out well
Ri Ri 8 Jan
Added garlic and onion. Lovely warming soup for a very cold day.
Caryn C. 24 Dec 2017
It turned out great! I used 1 and 1/2 tsp of curry powder and added a little cooking sherry and ginger. I like it thick, so I used about a cup of water. Great for dunking bread. I will definitely make this again
Anna 5 Dec 2017
Quote ok. I Added garlic&ginger paste
chiara 7 Nov 2017
delicious! I had to use a slash of a big pumpkin (no acorn squash) so I had to guess other ingredients quantity: for 400g pumpkin puree 100ml of coconut milk was ok. added some veg broth and rice.
Scarlett R. 27 Oct 2017
Instead of curry paste, i used powder. i also added freshly ground ginger. The flavors came together fabulously. This soup is amazing.
Quarrels 14 Oct 2017
Awesome! I used 6 teaspoons of the Thai chili paste. I also roasted fresh ginger and added it . The flavor is amazing!
Julia Campos 10 Oct 2017
The soup is super easy to make and tastes delicious. Even my 3 year old enjoyed it. Just be careful with the curry paste, as the recipe says. I used 3 teaspoons and it was perfectly spicy (mild) for our taste. I will definitely make this again!
Fenner 18 Sep 2017
Added carrots, onion, and some garlic. It was a hit.
Alanna M. 31 Dec 2016
This is surprisingly good for how simple this is. It's actually really easy to adjust taste and spice.
Nancy M. 16 Dec 2016
Excellent. Loved the flavour and the fact it's a little different. Will definitely be making this again.
Gary B. 2 Nov 2016
I used butternut squash that was cubed and seasoned before roasting, as opposed to roasting the squash in halves. This produces more surface area to brown and carmelize. I did not have curry paste, so I used a bit of a curry chili sauce from Trader Joes and a small amount of a red chili paste. It was excellent. For a small amount of effort, an excellent result.
Kristen L. 2 Nov 2016
Very bland and not creamy. Had to add too much more spice in order to have it taste decent. Wouldnt try it again. Still looking for a good recipe
Yu 1 Nov 2016
Great one and surprisingly super easy to make, loved it! Nice to have it with some garlic croutons and I blended the pumpkin
AnnaH 2 Oct 2016
I loved this! Would have been even better if I hadn't made so many mistakes! The curry flavor is delicious. I recommend this with lime leaves.
Kimberley D. 12 May 2016
Delicious have made a few times! Make sure you put enough curry paste as it really gives it a great Kick 😀