For Me, Fall Means Curry

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I’ve been interested in learning how to eat more traditionally and incorporate things like pumpkin and other squashes into my cooking, and I love curry so this is perfect. How do you cook the pumpkin itself?


I literally just last night made a butternut squash and apple soup with red curry and it was amazing. I used heavy cream instead of coconut milk though which in retrospect was an error because that sounds way better.


Recipes pls


I thought I was on r/dmacademy because of the red icon and I was so confused On the plus side I’ve decided to make some curry for my next Dungeons and Dragons session


I love doing an easy Penang style curry to use up any vegetables I have and then serving it over rice or rice noodles. Just peanut and sesame oil > any leftover aromatics (onion, shallot, garlic, lemongrass, ginger, bell pepper, chilis) > couple tbsp red curry paste > chicken or veg stock > can of coconut milk (or pumpkin purée is good too) > leftover veg (carrots, green bean, potato, sweet potato, mushroom, etc etc). Finish with some lime juice, soy sauce, and fish sauce if you have it.