Thai Curry Pumpkin Soup (+Video and Special Vitamix Offer!)
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It’s that time again!! Time to pumpkin the sh*t out of things. I can’t believe my first pumpkin recipe of the year is savory, but that’s just how the cookie crumbles. I have quite enough sweet pumpkin recipes on my blog so I thought it was time to mix it up. And guess what? This is probably the easiest pumpkin recipe you will ever make. All you have to do is bake a cute little pumpkin and then blend it all together in your Vitamix. That’s it. And if you don’t have a Vitamix, I’m here for you! Vitamix has been kind enough to offer PaleOMG readers $20 off their first purchase of a Vitamix! All you have to do is click here, pick your favorite Vitamix and the $20 off will be added to your cart along with free shipping! And they also offer a 10 year warranty on their blenders! So rad!
I’ve only had my Vitamix for a probably 8 months now but I’ve used it so many times. I have the Vitamix A3500 that comes with touchscreen controls, built-in wireless connectivity so the motor base is able to read the container size you’ve chosen and automatically adjust program settings, and you can use any of the five program settings – smoothies, hot Soups, dips & spreads, frozen desserts, and self-cleaning.
It’s so easy to make smoothies which is what I use it for the most, and I constantly use it to make creamy cauliflower to put on top of my Bacon Cheeseburger Casserole or to make my Loaded Cauliflower Hummus, but one of my favorite parts about making soup in the Vitamix A3500 is that it heats the soup up for you. Instead of waiting 15 or more minutes for the soup to heat up on the stovetop or uneven cooking in the microwave (plus getting a ton of different dishes dirty), all you have to do with your Vitamix A3500 is push the soup function and let it blend for the time it chooses. It will turn itself off when done and you will have perfectly smooth, creamy and hot soup! Then all your have to do is use the self-cleaning button and it will clean itself for you. No dishes for you!
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Thai Curry Pumpkin Soup
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 35 minutes
- Total Time: 40 minutes
- Yield: 4-5 1x
1 pie pumpkin (about 2lbs – 4 cups mashed)
1 (14 ounce) can of full fat coconut milk
16 ounces of chicken bone broth
1 package of (3 ounces) yellow curry paste (mikes curry love)
3 teaspoons fish sauce
juice of 2 limes
½ teaspoon grated ginger
1 teaspoon salt
handful of toasted cashews (or other nut you prefer), for garnish
2–3 tablespoons coconut cream, for garnish
chopped cilantro, for garnish
chopped or torn basil, for garnish
chopped mint, for garnish
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
- Cut pumpkin in half and place cut side down on the baking sheet. Bake for 25-30 minutes, until soft to touch. Flip over and remove seeds.
- Scoop pumpkin into large Vitamix container and add coconut milk, broth, curry paste, fish sauce, lime, ginger, and salt. Turn on soup button and let the Vitamix do the work. This will blend and heat through for about 5-6 minutes.
- While the Vitamix runs, toast cashews in a sauté pan for about 5 minutes, until fragrant and browned.
- Pour into bowls, add toasted cashews, a small spoonful of coconut cream, cilantro, basil and mint. Serve immediately.
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10 thoughts on “Thai Curry Pumpkin Soup (+Video and Special Vitamix Offer!)”
I am so excited to try this! I already have all the ingredients on hand. 🙂
hope you like it katie!
Have you tried this with canned pumpkin puree??
i have not
Pumpkin really can be added to anything! Thai soup with pumpkin sounds right up my alley.
Where do you buy your curry paste? I’ve been all over town looking for it – no luck at Whole Foods, the Asian Grocery, or Marianos. I’ve got to have this soup!!!!
i get it at natural grocers or thrive market!
I couldn’t find yellow either…I combined 2 oz. red curry paste with 2 oz coconut cream in a sauté pan. And added. The color isn’t as “light” as pictured…but still yummy!
This is ridiculously delicious! I’m about to make my 4th batch! Thanks tons, Juli!
woot woot!! so glad to hear you have loved it enough to make it multiple times!!