Pumpkin recipes are an autumn staple in the run up to Halloween and we've got Rachel Khoo's pumpkin soup, an pumpkin curry and pumpkin muffins.
Pumpkin recipes are an autumn staple so make the most of them with our easy recipes, including sweet pumpkin muffins, nutritious soup and pumpkin curry.
Pumpkins sometimes get overlooked as an ingredient and instead only as something to carve faces into at Halloween, but there are so many varieties of pumpkin to choose from and so many wonderful recipes that bring out the best in this squash variety.
These pumpkin muffins (pictured) couldn?t be easier to make and they?re great if you want to make a sweet treat as a little pick-me-up to enjoy with your afternoon tea. The pumpkin seeds give the muffins a lovely texture too.
Or try a creamy pumpkin soup for those cold days when you fancy something
warming that you know is good for you. With a good kick from the chilli,
this recipe is sure to perk you up if you’re feeling under the weather.
a great vegetarian recipe, try our pumpkin and sweet potato curry ? it
takes 30 minutes to get on the table, which makes it a great midweek
meal. It?s also really filling but healthy and comes in at just over 350
calories per serving.
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Delicious roasted pumpkin and sweet potato soup tastes just like autumn, with buttery sage and salty Parmesan crisps.
Rachel Khoo’s pumpkin soup recipe is made with onion confit, Chantilly cream and pumpkin seeds to make a smooth soup with rich flavour and added texture.
This pumpkin and sweet potato curry recipe, is aromatic rather than a hot and spicy curry and is perfect for vegetarians.
A healthy and warming creamy pumpkin soup with chilli to give it a little extra kick in flavour. Plus it’s great for beating colds and fat-burning. Who could ask for more?
Make a sweet-spicy curry with Mima Sinclair’s five spice pumpkin curry recipe, which is ready in just 35 minutes.
This combination of okra, peppers, mushrooms and spices in this beans baked in a pumpkin work synergistically to support nearly every body system and aids the removal of waste and toxins, while eating legumes, such as butter beans, is a particularly good way to lower cholesterol and help balance blood sugar levels. Presenting the beans in a pumpkin adds extra nutrition, flavour and a “wow” factor at the table.