Recipe Directions

In a blender, blend together all ingredients (except the cilantro, peas, and half the soaked raisins) until smooth. You may add more or less water depending how thick you want it. Add the reserved raisins, the (optional) peas and cilantro, and just pulse until combined.

Great topped with chopped tomatoes or red peppers and a squeeze of lime.

Mygreenmojo's Thoughts

This curry is creamy, warming and satisfying, I almost forget it’s raw! It’s very versatile, too. Great alone as a hearty soup, or serve over sprouted lentils with chopped tomatoes and lime for an authentic-tasting Indian dhall. It’s also great over warm eggplant softened in a dehydrator. Enjoy!

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I can't find garam masala paste, but I have the powder. Can I add something liquidy to the powder to make a paste?

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This is incredibly deelicious! My hubby lived in India for years so he's very pleased with this one. Look forward to trying your other recipes

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This was such a surprise to me, I would never thought of eating raw pumpkin. My daughter and I loved it, especially with the raisins and peas. I also threw some raw cashews on top.

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Yay! Glad everybody likes this. I thought it was a keeper! =)

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Made this one last night (I used 1/2 cup fresh coconut meat instead of the powder or flour). I needed a bit more salt, but it was great! I think it would go best over some sprouted lentils but I didn't have any. Good thing I have leftovers!

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Perfect! I was looking for something that was tasty and unique to bring to a pot luck and this fits the bill. I even have one pie pumpkin that needs to be used up. Thanks!

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I think I will make this soon as well for the cold nights that are coming thru nowadays!

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Lime. Yes. Thanks for this, I wouldn't have thought of the lime. But now that I think of it, that just may be the final determining wow factor. This is going in my recipe box!

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i can't wait to try this. my husband is indian, and is very anti-raw. i think i'll serve it to him with rice and not tell him any different. thanks for the inspiration, i've been trying to come up with things to make that will please both our palates!!!

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