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Instant Pot Curried Pumpkin Soup



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Pumpkin soup in an instant

Courtesy of Seasonal Cravings

This pumpkin soup recipe is made of canned pumpkin, curry powder and chicken broth. It is quick and easy to make in an Instant Pot using a few ingredients.

Recipe courtesy of Seasonal Cravings

5 m

(prepare time)

10 m

(cook time)

Ingredients

  • 1 Tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 large onion, diced
  • 2 cloves garlic, chopped
  • 1/4 Teaspoon ginger
  • 1 Tablespoon curry powder
  • 1 Teaspoon cumin
  • 2 Cups pumpkin, canned
  • 3 Cups chicken broth
  • 1/2 Teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 Teaspoon pepper

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving161

Folate equivalent (total)32µg8%

Riboflavin (B2)0.2mg18.2%


Instant Pot Pumpkin Curry (Pressure Cooker)

Published October 5, 2017 Updated January 10, 2020 By Meeta Arora 22 Comments | This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

North Indian sweet and sour pumpkin curry made in a pressure cooker or instant pot. This is a delicious and healthy vegetable curry that can be made in less than 30 minutes for a weeknight dinner. Vegan & gluten free!

Is it pumpkin season yet? Oh. yes! Fall is here and we are enjoying the abundance of pumpkins in our grocery stores.

I am going to share a very simple North Indian pumpkin curry. It has the sweetness of pumpkin, spiciness of the Indian spices and tanginess of the dry mango powder or lemon juice. Pick out those kabocha squash or butternut squash and try this easy curry in your instant pot.

Pumpkin is also known as kaddu or petha in Hindi, so another name for this delicious curry is kaddu ki subzi or punjabi pethe ki subzi. Pair this pumpkin curry with something spicy. Enjoy it with paratha or naan, or even better with poori.

Another way I have been using all the pumpkins is making pumpkin puree, which can be used in a variety of dishes. I have used it in pancakes, parathas, and pie's already. And if you want to try a Thai curry, check out this Thai Pumpkin Red Curry made in the instant pot.


Instant Pot Pumpkin Curry (Pressure Cooker)

Published October 5, 2017 Updated January 10, 2020 By Meeta Arora 22 Comments | This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

North Indian sweet and sour pumpkin curry made in a pressure cooker or instant pot. This is a delicious and healthy vegetable curry that can be made in less than 30 minutes for a weeknight dinner. Vegan & gluten free!

Is it pumpkin season yet? Oh. yes! Fall is here and we are enjoying the abundance of pumpkins in our grocery stores.

I am going to share a very simple North Indian pumpkin curry. It has the sweetness of pumpkin, spiciness of the Indian spices and tanginess of the dry mango powder or lemon juice. Pick out those kabocha squash or butternut squash and try this easy curry in your instant pot.

Pumpkin is also known as kaddu or petha in Hindi, so another name for this delicious curry is kaddu ki subzi or punjabi pethe ki subzi. Pair this pumpkin curry with something spicy. Enjoy it with paratha or naan, or even better with poori.

Another way I have been using all the pumpkins is making pumpkin puree, which can be used in a variety of dishes. I have used it in pancakes, parathas, and pie's already. And if you want to try a Thai curry, check out this Thai Pumpkin Red Curry made in the instant pot.


Instant Pot Pumpkin Curry (Pressure Cooker)

Published October 5, 2017 Updated January 10, 2020 By Meeta Arora 22 Comments | This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

North Indian sweet and sour pumpkin curry made in a pressure cooker or instant pot. This is a delicious and healthy vegetable curry that can be made in less than 30 minutes for a weeknight dinner. Vegan & gluten free!

Is it pumpkin season yet? Oh. yes! Fall is here and we are enjoying the abundance of pumpkins in our grocery stores.

I am going to share a very simple North Indian pumpkin curry. It has the sweetness of pumpkin, spiciness of the Indian spices and tanginess of the dry mango powder or lemon juice. Pick out those kabocha squash or butternut squash and try this easy curry in your instant pot.

Pumpkin is also known as kaddu or petha in Hindi, so another name for this delicious curry is kaddu ki subzi or punjabi pethe ki subzi. Pair this pumpkin curry with something spicy. Enjoy it with paratha or naan, or even better with poori.

Another way I have been using all the pumpkins is making pumpkin puree, which can be used in a variety of dishes. I have used it in pancakes, parathas, and pie's already. And if you want to try a Thai curry, check out this Thai Pumpkin Red Curry made in the instant pot.


Instant Pot Pumpkin Curry (Pressure Cooker)

Published October 5, 2017 Updated January 10, 2020 By Meeta Arora 22 Comments | This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

North Indian sweet and sour pumpkin curry made in a pressure cooker or instant pot. This is a delicious and healthy vegetable curry that can be made in less than 30 minutes for a weeknight dinner. Vegan & gluten free!

Is it pumpkin season yet? Oh. yes! Fall is here and we are enjoying the abundance of pumpkins in our grocery stores.

I am going to share a very simple North Indian pumpkin curry. It has the sweetness of pumpkin, spiciness of the Indian spices and tanginess of the dry mango powder or lemon juice. Pick out those kabocha squash or butternut squash and try this easy curry in your instant pot.

Pumpkin is also known as kaddu or petha in Hindi, so another name for this delicious curry is kaddu ki subzi or punjabi pethe ki subzi. Pair this pumpkin curry with something spicy. Enjoy it with paratha or naan, or even better with poori.

Another way I have been using all the pumpkins is making pumpkin puree, which can be used in a variety of dishes. I have used it in pancakes, parathas, and pie's already. And if you want to try a Thai curry, check out this Thai Pumpkin Red Curry made in the instant pot.


Instant Pot Pumpkin Curry (Pressure Cooker)

Published October 5, 2017 Updated January 10, 2020 By Meeta Arora 22 Comments | This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

North Indian sweet and sour pumpkin curry made in a pressure cooker or instant pot. This is a delicious and healthy vegetable curry that can be made in less than 30 minutes for a weeknight dinner. Vegan & gluten free!

Is it pumpkin season yet? Oh. yes! Fall is here and we are enjoying the abundance of pumpkins in our grocery stores.

I am going to share a very simple North Indian pumpkin curry. It has the sweetness of pumpkin, spiciness of the Indian spices and tanginess of the dry mango powder or lemon juice. Pick out those kabocha squash or butternut squash and try this easy curry in your instant pot.

Pumpkin is also known as kaddu or petha in Hindi, so another name for this delicious curry is kaddu ki subzi or punjabi pethe ki subzi. Pair this pumpkin curry with something spicy. Enjoy it with paratha or naan, or even better with poori.

Another way I have been using all the pumpkins is making pumpkin puree, which can be used in a variety of dishes. I have used it in pancakes, parathas, and pie's already. And if you want to try a Thai curry, check out this Thai Pumpkin Red Curry made in the instant pot.


Instant Pot Pumpkin Curry (Pressure Cooker)

Published October 5, 2017 Updated January 10, 2020 By Meeta Arora 22 Comments | This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

North Indian sweet and sour pumpkin curry made in a pressure cooker or instant pot. This is a delicious and healthy vegetable curry that can be made in less than 30 minutes for a weeknight dinner. Vegan & gluten free!

Is it pumpkin season yet? Oh. yes! Fall is here and we are enjoying the abundance of pumpkins in our grocery stores.

I am going to share a very simple North Indian pumpkin curry. It has the sweetness of pumpkin, spiciness of the Indian spices and tanginess of the dry mango powder or lemon juice. Pick out those kabocha squash or butternut squash and try this easy curry in your instant pot.

Pumpkin is also known as kaddu or petha in Hindi, so another name for this delicious curry is kaddu ki subzi or punjabi pethe ki subzi. Pair this pumpkin curry with something spicy. Enjoy it with paratha or naan, or even better with poori.

Another way I have been using all the pumpkins is making pumpkin puree, which can be used in a variety of dishes. I have used it in pancakes, parathas, and pie's already. And if you want to try a Thai curry, check out this Thai Pumpkin Red Curry made in the instant pot.


Instant Pot Pumpkin Curry (Pressure Cooker)

Published October 5, 2017 Updated January 10, 2020 By Meeta Arora 22 Comments | This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

North Indian sweet and sour pumpkin curry made in a pressure cooker or instant pot. This is a delicious and healthy vegetable curry that can be made in less than 30 minutes for a weeknight dinner. Vegan & gluten free!

Is it pumpkin season yet? Oh. yes! Fall is here and we are enjoying the abundance of pumpkins in our grocery stores.

I am going to share a very simple North Indian pumpkin curry. It has the sweetness of pumpkin, spiciness of the Indian spices and tanginess of the dry mango powder or lemon juice. Pick out those kabocha squash or butternut squash and try this easy curry in your instant pot.

Pumpkin is also known as kaddu or petha in Hindi, so another name for this delicious curry is kaddu ki subzi or punjabi pethe ki subzi. Pair this pumpkin curry with something spicy. Enjoy it with paratha or naan, or even better with poori.

Another way I have been using all the pumpkins is making pumpkin puree, which can be used in a variety of dishes. I have used it in pancakes, parathas, and pie's already. And if you want to try a Thai curry, check out this Thai Pumpkin Red Curry made in the instant pot.


Instant Pot Pumpkin Curry (Pressure Cooker)

Published October 5, 2017 Updated January 10, 2020 By Meeta Arora 22 Comments | This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

North Indian sweet and sour pumpkin curry made in a pressure cooker or instant pot. This is a delicious and healthy vegetable curry that can be made in less than 30 minutes for a weeknight dinner. Vegan & gluten free!

Is it pumpkin season yet? Oh. yes! Fall is here and we are enjoying the abundance of pumpkins in our grocery stores.

I am going to share a very simple North Indian pumpkin curry. It has the sweetness of pumpkin, spiciness of the Indian spices and tanginess of the dry mango powder or lemon juice. Pick out those kabocha squash or butternut squash and try this easy curry in your instant pot.

Pumpkin is also known as kaddu or petha in Hindi, so another name for this delicious curry is kaddu ki subzi or punjabi pethe ki subzi. Pair this pumpkin curry with something spicy. Enjoy it with paratha or naan, or even better with poori.

Another way I have been using all the pumpkins is making pumpkin puree, which can be used in a variety of dishes. I have used it in pancakes, parathas, and pie's already. And if you want to try a Thai curry, check out this Thai Pumpkin Red Curry made in the instant pot.


Instant Pot Pumpkin Curry (Pressure Cooker)

Published October 5, 2017 Updated January 10, 2020 By Meeta Arora 22 Comments | This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

North Indian sweet and sour pumpkin curry made in a pressure cooker or instant pot. This is a delicious and healthy vegetable curry that can be made in less than 30 minutes for a weeknight dinner. Vegan & gluten free!

Is it pumpkin season yet? Oh. yes! Fall is here and we are enjoying the abundance of pumpkins in our grocery stores.

I am going to share a very simple North Indian pumpkin curry. It has the sweetness of pumpkin, spiciness of the Indian spices and tanginess of the dry mango powder or lemon juice. Pick out those kabocha squash or butternut squash and try this easy curry in your instant pot.

Pumpkin is also known as kaddu or petha in Hindi, so another name for this delicious curry is kaddu ki subzi or punjabi pethe ki subzi. Pair this pumpkin curry with something spicy. Enjoy it with paratha or naan, or even better with poori.

Another way I have been using all the pumpkins is making pumpkin puree, which can be used in a variety of dishes. I have used it in pancakes, parathas, and pie's already. And if you want to try a Thai curry, check out this Thai Pumpkin Red Curry made in the instant pot.


Instant Pot Pumpkin Curry (Pressure Cooker)

Published October 5, 2017 Updated January 10, 2020 By Meeta Arora 22 Comments | This post may contain affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

North Indian sweet and sour pumpkin curry made in a pressure cooker or instant pot. This is a delicious and healthy vegetable curry that can be made in less than 30 minutes for a weeknight dinner. Vegan & gluten free!

Is it pumpkin season yet? Oh. yes! Fall is here and we are enjoying the abundance of pumpkins in our grocery stores.

I am going to share a very simple North Indian pumpkin curry. It has the sweetness of pumpkin, spiciness of the Indian spices and tanginess of the dry mango powder or lemon juice. Pick out those kabocha squash or butternut squash and try this easy curry in your instant pot.

Pumpkin is also known as kaddu or petha in Hindi, so another name for this delicious curry is kaddu ki subzi or punjabi pethe ki subzi. Pair this pumpkin curry with something spicy. Enjoy it with paratha or naan, or even better with poori.

Another way I have been using all the pumpkins is making pumpkin puree, which can be used in a variety of dishes. I have used it in pancakes, parathas, and pie's already. And if you want to try a Thai curry, check out this Thai Pumpkin Red Curry made in the instant pot.