This is great, very warming on a cold winters night. Made it this time with roasted sweet potatoes instead of squash, a bit sweeter, bump up the curry to balance flavors. I added roasted Anaheim Chili, diced, to add some heat.
smalltowndiverwife, like your idea of roasting squash seeds, I usually do that, coat with a little oil- try sesame oil for a little heat, spread over pan in toaster oven, 350 till they smell good, maybe 10 min.
Try this Cucumber Appitizer with the roasted seeds: Slice a cucumber into a bowl (peel skin if tough) Squeeze lime juice over cucumber slices, stir to coat. Arrange single layer of cucumber slices on a plate. Chop a large handful of roasted squash seeds into a coarse crumb, stir in a dash of finely ground sea salt. place a large pinch of chopped seeds on each cucumber slice, and a dash of cayenne pepper, more or less, depending on your heat tolerance. Works well with this soup.
Chopped roasted seeds can be used as a topping on the soup, instead of or along with the bacon.
Thanks for the recipe Dorrene!
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This is great, very warming on a cold winters night. Made it this time with roasted sweet...