Today, I invented this lovely vegan gluten-free pumpkin spinach curry. I served it with vegan gluten-free brown rice noodles & marinated tofu chunks! This dinner is a lovely tasty easy to prepare dinner, I say! 🙂 Check it all out here:
Recipe: For 3-4 persons
For the spices:
1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
1/2 teaspoon ground turmeric (Curcuma)
1 teaspoon ground garam masala
1 teaspoon ground curry
10 grins of black pepper
5 grins of pink Himalayan salt in a grinder
For the rest:
1 big white onion, peeled & finely cut up
3 fat cloves of garlic, peeled & finely cut up
1 red pointed sweet paprika, deseeded & white bits removed, cut up into longer strips
300 gr of peeled, deseeded pumpkin/ I used Uchiki Kuri
250 gr spinach leaves/ I used frozen NZ spinach
coconut oil to fry in
1 packet of vegan gluten-free brown rice noodles = 250 gr
1 can of coconut milk: coconut cream & milk well mixed with a whisk!
1 packet of tofu chunks = 180 gr, I used Prolaterre
- Take a wide big cooking pot & heat up on medium-high. When hot, add a tablespoon of coconut oil to the pot. Let it melt. Now, add chopped garlic, white onion & red pointed paprika strips. Stir often & for a few minutes. Now, add the spices. Stir often. After 5 minutes, add chopped pumpkin chunks & stir everything through. Let it all fry for about 5 minutes more. Lower thereat if you need to. Add some more coconut oil & after a few minutes, add coconut milk. Stir everything through. Place fitted lid on & let it cook or reduce for about 10 minutes. I lowered my heat after 5 minutes. Now, add chopped frozen spinach of fresh spinach leaves to the coconut milk mix. Stir through & place fitted lid on for about 3-5 minutes. Check seasoning again. I added 15 grins of black pepper & about 10 grins of pink slat. Stir well.
- At the same time, cook your GF vegan brown rice noodles according to your packet instructions. Rinse & drain well. Add to the coconut milk-spinach-pumpkin curry. Keep warm. In the last minutes before serving, take a fitted non-stick pan & heat up on high. Once hot, add about 1 tablespoon of coconut oil & let it melt. add tofu chunks & fry until golden & brown on all sides. this only takes a few minutes. Let’s plate up, like pictures above & top with fried tofu chunks! ♥ Stay Tuned & subscribe by email! Join 1,800 email subscribers now!!! It is free!!!! Click the link here below to subscribe!!!http://eepurl.com/bSJtUr
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37 thoughts on “Vegan Gluten-free pumpkin spinach curry with brown rice noodles & tofu!”
Gosh, this sounds delicious and just in time for fall!
Thanks, my friend! Enjoy! 😀
I had some delightful avocado curry recently but this sounds better.
Kudos to you for having the time and energy and inspiration to try all these new things.
I try to be creative,…
Saving this recipe, too! Thanks!
yay! 🙂 Enjoy!
Such a delicious meal!
This special curry looks insanely delicious! And pumpkin & NZ spinzch from your own garden,….What is better than that? I also love Brown Rice noodles & tofu,….a big bowl, please! 😀
I can arrange that,…..X
What a splendid dish again, Sophie! Congrats!!
Thanks so much, sweet dad! x
Sophie dear, I haven’t been by in a while and wanted to check on you….you’re still going strong with this delightful, healthy curry dish! And with pumpkin too! Looks marvelous!
hahahaha! Thanks, Barbara! xxx
Oh yum! I wish this was on my dinner table tonight. It looks way better (and a million times healthier) than any curry takeout dish, too.
Really a great looking dish, delicious and healthful. I wish I had your creativity when it comes to putting something that good together that is not only tasty but good for you.
Really? I think you are very creative! 🙂
This looks like a very tasty dish. I love the combination of tofu and coconut milk. What a tasty curry and noodles are a good alternative to rice xx
Thanks, sweet Charlie! x
This actually sounds like the perfect meal. I loooove curry and I loooove pumpkin. This is a winner for sure! I will try this now because it’s the perfect meal for the Autumn weather!!
I think so too!, 🙂 xxx
This dish looks so tasty, Sophie. Thanks for sharing it! 🙂
My pleasure, dear Starr! xxx
I made your delicious dinner & loved it! My wife says thanks! x
Oh this sounds divine!!
It is really very delicious! 🙂
What a great seasonal dish Sophie! Love the spices too.
Thanks so much, Tammy! x
Oh man, I’m not hungry in the slightest, and I’m still craving this beautiful dish! To make me crave tofu is quite a feat, well done Sophie. ❤
hahahaha! Thanks, Veronica! 🙂
Thanks, Veronica! 🙂
I love the spices you used in this dish!
A delightful tasty inviting dish! yum yum yum!
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