This was very good. I made this following the directions and thought it was a little on the runny side, but it was VERY tasty! I WILL be making this again. Anyone have ideas for a good side dish to go with this? (We just had pita chips) Thanks so much for posting this recipe - We loved it!
The flavors in this soup are very warming! I don't buy premade curry powder, so made my own with a little extra cinnamon. I also realized there was no evaporated milk in the pantry, so substituted skim milk with a little extra butter and a spoon of flour to thicken it a bit. Perfect for a chilly autumn day!
Mmmmmm. We loved this even though it was way too hot - my mistake. I used 1.5tsp green curry paste instead of the curry powder and added some chilli flakes! Next time I make this I will use only 1 tsp curry paste and ditch the chilli. Thanks for posting I will add this recipe to my recipe box.
Everyone in my family loves this soup. It is MY Favorite Soup. I enjoy the flavor that the pumpkin & the curry give. It is great during the Fall Season.
This was great! Very easy to make and lots of flavor. It was a little thinner than other pumpkin soups I've had, so I may try using a bit less broth next time to thicken it up? Served it with Pumpkin Bread (Pumpkin Bread). Thanks! Revised: I doubled the recipe and used only 4 cups of chicken broth. Perfect! Everyone loved it!!
I made this with fresh pumpkin and it was excellent! I used half the evaporated milk, seemed like it would be way too creamy if I poured it all in, and I LOVE creamy soups. I will try with coconut milk next time, though.
I thought the flavor was very good but I added bit more salt and curry. I also used heavy cream but less, as that's what I had on hand. Next time I think I will use my immersion blender to make it smoother because I kept biting into pieces of garlic. Definitely a keeper. Thanks for sharing.
This soup was super easy and absolutely delicious. I took the advice of a previous review and used coconut milk and OMG this was good. I will be making this again and again. Thank ChrisMc for this wonderful recipe.