Brussels Sprouts Curry with Hokkaido Pumpkin and Pomegranate

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This is a quick and very easy vegetable curry with Brussels sprouts, Hokkaido pumpkin, flavourful, warming, and delicious served with some warm homemade bread or rice.

Brussels Sprouts Curry with Hokkaido Pumpkin and Pomegranate

-- essen und trinken
  • 30 g Ginger
  • 1 Onion
  • 1 clove Garlic
  • 350 g Brussels sprout
  • 350 g Hokkaido Pumpkin
  • 1 tbsp Olive oil
  • 2 tsp Curry powder
  • 200 ml Coconut milk
  • 200 ml Vegetable stock
  • Salt
  • 1-2 tsp Lime juice
  • 2 tbsp Cilantro or parsley, chopped
  • Some pomegranate seeds
  1. Finely dice the ginger, onion, and garlic. Rinse the Brussels sprouts and remove any wilted outer leaves. Trim the woody bottoms and cut in half. Cut the pumpkin into inch pieces.
  2. Heat olive oil in a pan together with diced ginger, onion and garlic. Cook until aromatic, about 2 minutes. Add in Brussels sprouts and pumpkin. Cook for 5 minutes. Sprinkle the curry powder over and stir until well blended.
  3. Pour in coconut milk and vegetable stock. Bring to a boil and cook, covered, over medium-heat for 15 minutes. Season with salt and lime juice. Garnish with cilantro leaves and pomegranate seeds. | © 2011 |


great-secret-of-life 10/12/12 07:32

wow! healthy dish and love the combination

Rosa's Yummy Yums 10/12/12 07:36

Scrumptious! Just the kind of food I make... A perfect dish!



OohLookBel 10/12/12 07:54

Unusual combination with the brussels sprouts and curry, but it looks so lovely! I will definitely try this one evening soon =)

The Duo Dishes 10/12/12 08:08

Never had brussels sprouts with any of those flavors. The pom seeds are a nice tart bite.

My Kitchen Stories. 10/12/12 10:35

Angie this is so colourful and it makes my mouth water thinking about pumpkin and Brussels sprout curry. MMM

Christine Ho 10/12/12 11:33

Hearty and colourful dish. Love it !

Belinda 10/12/12 12:01

Now this is a combo I would have never thought of!

Finla 10/12/12 12:04

I love that the dish looks so colorfull but i don'tlike sprouts.

Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 10/12/12 12:22

This is one gorgeous salad with all of the different colors. It just pops. I might even get my husband to eat Brussels sprouts when he sees this. Love the pomegranate seeds too. I was able to find them in a jar in our produce section, so I was able to avoid the mess of seeding a pomegranate for a winter salad I made recently.

Have a great week.

Ana Regalado 10/12/12 14:15

Love this beautiful and healthy dish , Angie ! The flavor and color combination is just wonderful :D

Heather S-G 10/12/12 14:15

I love the vibrant colors in this veggie curry - it looks so bold. And delicious.

Kitcheninspirations 10/12/12 15:15

I love not only the beautiful colour that the pomegranate adds to this dish but also the texture and taste.

lena 10/12/12 16:07

this looks wonderful and another great way of cooking with brussel sprouts!

Karen Harris 10/12/12 16:19

What a delicious and inventive combination of flavors. You photo is mouthwatering!

Pilar 10/12/12 16:40

I love this recipe, the colours in it and I can imagine the flavours. It looks really yummy.

Unknown 10/12/12 16:44

I have never seen this type of pumpkin but would love to try...the colors and flavors are quite beautiful in your dish;-)

Sokehah cheah 10/12/12 16:44

This looks healthy. Never thought of making curry with brussel sprouts, thanks for sharing!

Amelia 10/12/12 17:22

Hi Angie, interesting dish and very healthy version. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Have a great week ahead.

Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 10/12/12 18:59

Every delicious fall ingredient in one recipe! I don't know if we have Hokkaido pumpkins here, but I bet a small pumpkin or squash would work too. :)

Choc Chip Uru @ Go Bake Yourself 10/12/12 19:58

What a delicious pumpkin recipe :)

Choc Chip Uru

Peggy G. 10/12/12 20:50

This looks like such a nutritional bowl of goodness!

jasna varcakovic 10/12/12 22:07

Colourful and delicious, as always!

Priya Suresh 10/12/12 22:44

Quite colourful and unusual combination.

Norma Chang 11/12/12 00:42

You come up with the coolest combinations.

Evelyne CulturEatz 11/12/12 00:45

Brussels sprouts are not a vegetable that would come tomy mond for the idea. Very nice dish and the pomegranate is a great touch.

Juliana 11/12/12 01:42

What a beautiful and healthy looks salad...I would take this salad as my whole meal in a heart beat...
Have a great week Angie!

Koko 11/12/12 02:34

I have never thought of using brussel sprouts in a curry before! I had SUCH a curry craving last night, I wish I had seen this!!! Looks so yummy, Angie!

kitchen flavours 11/12/12 05:25

What a beautiful, colourful curry! Looks delicious!

mjskit 11/12/12 05:59

What a gorgeous dish! With all the color, you know it's full of vitamins and so good for you. A lovely combination of flavors!

Lisa Ho 11/12/12 06:21

Love the colours to bring some winter cheers... :D

Emma | Fork and Good 11/12/12 10:14

How colourful. I love eating food that looks pretty as well as being healthy and tasty! This looks a nice version of all of those points. Another fab recipe, I bet the pomegranate really adds something to it =]

Laura 11/12/12 11:01

I love brussel sprouts but I'd never thought of using them in a curry. It sounds really yummy and looks fantastic.

Mich Piece of Cake 11/12/12 11:03

Hi Angie, I absolutely love the combination in this vegetable curry of brussel sprouts and pumpkin. And the pomegranate really makes its extra special.

Joanne 11/12/12 12:46

This is my kind of curry! You've included all of my favorite winter produce in here!

Barbara 11/12/12 14:40

Simple, healthy and a tempting presentation, Angie. Love the idea!

Karen (Back Road Journal) 11/12/12 14:58

Not only does your recipe sound terrific, it has such a great color.

Gloria Baker 11/12/12 15:31

Look delicioua I love pommegranate on salads!:)

Rachana 11/12/12 15:39

Such a healthy dish! Love the idea.

Kate@Diethood 11/12/12 15:45

You read my mind! I was just staring at the pomegranate sitting in front of me and thought about what I was going to do with it... and then I came across this!! I love it! Thanks for the inspiration, Angie!

Pam 11/12/12 17:08

What a flavorful & tasty combination.

Anonymous 11/12/12 20:51

I've been on a Brussels sprouts kick lately. Is that weird? haha anyways, these sound delicious! What a gorgeous and colorful dish.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 11/12/12 23:34

There is not one thing I wouldn't enjoy in this gorgeous vegetable dish!

Anonymous 12/12/12 00:09

This is why I love reading blogs, I would never think of these ingredients together but, this sounds and looks amazing!! Such gorgeous pictures :)

Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 12/12/12 03:40

There is something about this dish that is just beautiful. The colors, the flavors, the photos - whatever it is - I would like some please!

Priscilla | ShesCookin 12/12/12 04:27

Vegetable curries make a great weeknight meatless meal and the pumpkin and crunchy pomegranate seeds make it look so festive!

TasteHongKong 12/12/12 05:05

Beautiful and warming enough, also like how you put together the in-season ingredients.

Cass @foodmyfriend 12/12/12 06:01

I love everything you cook so so much. I have nominated you for a Reality Blog Award. Come collect! :) x

Katerina 12/12/12 08:54

Beautiful salad with warm and tasty flavors!

Aldy 12/12/12 09:39

Looks lovely, Angie! Such delightful flavors :) I love the combination of curry and pumpkin with the brussels sprouts.

Hugs <3

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 12/12/12 10:36

As always, a gorgeous dish, Angie! The pomegranate arils are like little jewels :)

Anonymous 12/12/12 12:17

What a great & tasty wonderful dish! I made it yesterday for my parents who were visiting. They & I so much loved this tasty & inspiring dish!

Kare @ Kitchen Treaty 12/12/12 13:59

This looks amazing, and healthy, and what stunning colors! Love.

Jayanthy Kumaran 12/12/12 19:17

looks so good...will try it out & let you know..
Tasty Appetite

Kumi 12/12/12 21:10

Looks amazing... perfect for this cold season!

Ilke 13/12/12 00:00

That is a nice twist with curry and vegetables. I am trying to love Brussels sprouts more, so I welcome nice additions like pumpkin and pomegranate seeds.

Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 13/12/12 01:56

I love winter salads and this one has all the elements. So festive looking too with the pretty pomegranate pearls!

Jeanette 13/12/12 02:12

What a pretty presentation - love the combination of coconut and curry. I need to pick up some pomegranates and perk up some of my dishes.

wok with ray 13/12/12 03:56

People who doesn't like eating Brussels sprouts should see this dish of yours and I'm sure will change some minds. I'm sure the curry makes it so delicious and I love how you topped it with pom seeds. Thank you, Angie!

QembarDelites 13/12/12 06:34

What a lovely dish! The pomegranates make it looks so christmasy:D Sounds yummy too!

Nancy 14/12/12 23:00

I recently tasted brussels sprouts and butternut squash and it was such a great combination. I can image how fantastic your recipe taste. Thanks for sharing, it looks wonderful!

[Reply] 19/12/12 09:38

Oooooh....this is my type of food....curry! I love curries! Never thought of using brussels sprouts in curry. The only way I cooked it is with bacon :D I have to try it in curry. Thanks for sharing.

rita cooks italian 20/12/12 12:17

I'm a Brussels sprouts lover! I have a few plant on the allotment at the moment... I like to cook the sprouts in unusual ways (unusual=not Italian for me!!LOL). Thank you for sharing

tigerfish 21/12/12 06:06

Good idea to include Brussel sprouts in the curry! I like that you have used the fall/autumn produce in one dish :)


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