LOVED IT when the spicy vegetables are doubled. Try this: double the garlic, green and yellow peppers, and onion. (We have a little one who wouldn't tolerate doubling the chili powder.) Serve with chili condiments i.e. tortilla chips, cheese, sour cream or plain yogurt, chives, etc. As written, it is almost like a dip. If you like yours soupier, add the tomato juice instead of draining it and add some extra pumpkin (1/2-3/4 cup). We omitted the salt and used salt-free tomatoes because my husband has to watch his sodium. Didn't miss it! My friend, Kathryn, whose husband loves pumpkin, is trying to sneak in more veggies for the baby on the way. She and I tried it the same week, so I'm grateful to have heard her review right before cooking mine as I made changes and had a great first attempt. Took a triple batch to our small group and people LOVED it! There weren't any leftovers to take home. Don't be afraid to try this unusual combination of flavors. This has instantly become a family favorite and my husband asked me to put it on the "rotation". Also, I used the extra pumpkin to feed my toddler a vegetable he likes with his lunch.
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LOVED IT when the spicy vegetables are doubled. Try this: double the garlic, green and yellow...