This is the second time I've made this and I love it! The first time I used sour cream and pine nuts and the second time I use plain yogurt and crushed peanuts. The yogurt worked fine but I liked it better with pine nuts. Also, it's important to let the veggies cool a bit before adding the sour cream - I didn't do that and the heat made the sour cream too runny. Great recipe!
Sorry - We really didn't care for this.
This made a pretty tasty side dish. I used a bag of frozen veggies (cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots) and Greek yogurt instead of sour cream, and it turned out great. I left out the pine nuts though, but wish I had included them now. Thanks for sharing.
I left off the pine nuts, since I didn't have any. This was a good accompaniment to "Spicy African Peanut Soup" and "North African Peanut Butter Candy".
Great recipe. I liked it as is. The next time I made a few alterations and I liked it even better. I omitted the coriander and used fresh celantro (1/2 cup chopped) instead. I also added one tbs of lime juice. Yum yum.
I enjoyed this recipe but hubby wasn't really a fan. The sauce of the veggies was nice and light and had a very refreshing flavor. Unfortunately, for veggies to be of interest to hubby, they must be covered in cheese so I doubt we'll be having this again. Thanks for a new take for me, though : )
I didn't rate it because I must have done something very very wrong. Can vinegar go bad? On the plus side we did get 20 minutes worth of hysterical laughter after everyone realized that they were collectively trying not to offend my by mentioning how horrible it was. As I said, I think something I used was spoilt. It couldn't possibly have been supposed to taste like it did.
The sauce is beautiful! We guestimated the vegie amounts for the 2 of us & left the cauli out, because we're not keen on it. We still made the directed amount of sauce (with freshly crushed ginger & red chilli) & really enjoyed it over the rest of our dinner of grilled fish & baked potato, too. I also think it'd be really nice as a dressing on the right salad.