Great Recipe: Pumpkin Curry

I know you’re thinking, “Pumpkin CURRY????” but really, it’s good. Josh looked askance at my preparations too, but declared that it was a good meal. Best of all, it cost less than $3 to make and could probably serve 10 easily if served on rice with a side vegetable and/or salad.

I got the recipe out of Cooking Light. You can try it out here.

I did make a few changes: I didn’t have red lentils so I cooked regular lentils and pureed them. I also used canned jalapeno (don’t know if that makes a difference). The recipe says to use a large saucepan, but you’re going to want to use your largest skillet. I used my biggest saucepan and had to transfer the whole thing to my double skillet halfway through, which was annoying.

As a side note, before I put it all together and prior to adding spices and jalapeno, I reserved some pumpkin and lentil puree for Hannah and she enjoyed it.

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