One of my favorite winter dishes filling but still healthy is Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry.
Recipe If you’re looking for a new fall and winter dish to try, I encourage you to give this recipe a try! This recipe will make enough sauce for (1) 16oz jar.
How to make Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe
- 4 tbsp coconut oil or vegetable oil (if desired)
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 onion, chopped
- 2-inch piece of ginger root
- grated or finely diced
Step 1: Clean and dice pumpkin or squash. In a large pot, add 2 tbsp coconut oil over medium heat. Add onion, garlic, ginger, curry powder, and about 1 tbsp of the curry paste (if desired). Mix well.
Step 2: Add pumpkin and stir until pumpkin is slightly cooked.
Step 3: Stir in coconut milk (for a thinner sauce, add more coconut milk as desired), water or chicken broth, and sugar.
Step 4: Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce to low-medium heat for about 20 minutes or until the pumpkin is fork-tender.
Step 5: Add more water, coconut milk, or chicken broth if needed. Stir occasionally to prevent sticking and burning (Keep in mind some of the sauce will come out of the pan as you stir).
Step 6: Serve over rice noodles.
Step 7: If desired, garnish with toasted nuts and extra curry paste. Enjoy!
Nutrition facts of Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe
(Per serving of entire recipe.)
- Calories: 685
- Protein: 5g
- Carbohydrates: 141g
- Fat: 32g
- Saturated Fat: 25g
- Cholesterol: 0mg
- Sodium: 1164mg
- Total Fiber: 10g
- Sugars :108g
- Vitamin C :113%
- Iron :31%
- Vitamin A :925%
- Vitamin E :3%
- Protein: 5.
Health Benefits of Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe
Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe is both a healthy and heart-healthy dish. It’s a good source of iron which is beneficial for maintaining energy levels and helps prevent anemia.
It contains many vitamins and nutrients, such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and Vitamin B-6, and is much more beneficial for the body. It supports vision health, bone growth, immune support, and skin health!
Best 5 Freezing ideas for Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe
1. Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe can be frozen and kept in these freezer bags.
2. Combine Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe with ground turkey or chicken for other great recipes!
3. Add this recipe to a slow cooker and freeze. You can cook when ready as needed.
4. Place the Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe in a large bowl, cover with plastic wrap, and freeze for up to 3 months! Thaw in the refrigerator overnight before using as normal:)
5. Cook Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe with the addition of broccoli, mushrooms, and other vegetables for more variety.
How to prepare time?
This recipe takes 20 minutes to prepare and 10 minutes to cook.
Price In Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe
The price of the Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe is between $2-$2.50 a serving, depending on where you buy your ingredients. This recipe is cheaper than buying prepared curry paste.
How to serve?
This Osha Thai Pumpkin Curry Recipe makes enough sauce for (1) 16oz jar is enough for 4-5 servings, or 2 cups when served over rice noodles.
What do I use?
This recipe calls for a few ingredients such as coconut milk, squash or pumpkin, ginger, curry paste, or curry powder.
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This is a delicious and healthy recipe for Thai pumpkin curry! It’s so flavorful, easy, and fast to make. I love this vegetable curry with rice and naan. I usually make a huge batch of naan because it tastes best fresh out of the oven.
The great thing about this pumpkin curry recipe is that you can easily substitute the pumpkin with sweet potato, squash, or any other autumn veggies, and it will taste great!
I hope you enjoy this Thai Pumpkin Curry recipe! This is one of my favorites. Thanks for reading, and please feel free to leave a comment below if you have any questions.
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What kind of pumpkin is used in pumpkin curry?
It’s best to use a pumpkin or squash with the seeds removed. Osha is the Japanese word for Japanese pepper. It is also known as Chinese pepper, Sichuan pepper, and sansho pepper.
How can I make pumpkin curry more flavorful?
You can add brown sugar, honey, or coconut sugar to give it a sweeter taste. You can also add cayenne powder for more heat or lime juice for a tangier flavor.
How do you use pumpkin in curry?
You can use pumpkin in any dish that calls for veggies. It’s one of my favorite veggies to cook with and is a great way to add a different type of vegetable to your diet. If you like this pumpkin curry recipe, feel free to check out our other curries and see if you want to try any of the variations! You might be surprised how better healthy food tastes when you prepare it from scratch!