I loved this recipe. I changed the ghee to one tablespoon of canola oil as ghee (which I like) contains more saturated fat. Instead of a fresh tomato I used canned diced tomato -- not the whole can of course -- I will definitely make this recipe again. Thank you.
This is a great recipe, easy to make and healthy too. I used two roma tomatoes instead of one medium tomato.
Had this for dinner tonight and even with the addition of coconut, it was pretty flavorless. The texture and appearance was also unappealing. The leftovers are going in the compost pail :-(
This was very good. I accidentally opened a can of kidney beans instead of black beans, so in they went, as did thyme in place of the cilantro. I also threw in a few dashes of red pepper sauce for some heat, and I threw a cup of wild rice I had leftover in the fridge. Delish! Thanks for a great recipe.
This was very good over brown rice. We're eating the leftovers tonite. I added carrots and celery since I needed to use them up. Going in the keeper file. Thanks.
This dish was very easy, fast and quite tasty. I always use dried/soaked/cooked beans rather than the canned, but I'm sure its similar in taste.
Tasty and easy, I made 2ce as much and mixed in the brown rice afterwards.. great 1 dish meal!
I really liked this dish. So fast to make and flavorful. I used sundried tomatoes in place of fresh ones and I didn't have any cilantro. Thanks for sharing (Made for "I Recommend")
This is so good. I loved everything about it. I did clarify the butter but do wonder if regular butter would have done the job. I did serve it over white rice as I am not a fan of the brown rice. My son liked it a lot but my husband not so much. I am still giving 5 stars because he really doesn't like cabbage much to start with and he did eat it! I am claiming the leftovers!! Thanks for posting this very good recipe.
This made a very nice dinner. I had this with sour cream and cilantro and it was mild and yummy! I used margarine and I don't think it made a lot of difference in the taste. I halved the recipe and it was plenty for just one person.I made this for the pick a chef challenge. Thanks Kathy.