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I love this type of food - very easy to put together and can add or delete ingredients to your taste and still come out delicious. I added minced garlic along with onion and instead of coconut (did not have), I added lightly beaten egg and covered the pan the last 2-3 minutes without mixing. Came out perfectly. The taste is excellent and so nutritious. Thank you eatrealfood for posting this - it's a keeper! Made for Asian Forum's India tag game March 2010.
This dish was very good. I did follow another reviewer's advice and doubled the spices, and added a little cayenne. I also squeezed a little lemon over it at the table. Yum!
this recipe was good but I found it rather dry. perhaps is supposed to be like that.
Nice basic recipe for Indian cabbage fry, but the garam masala we always use, would take it up another notch.
This was a tasty, relatively easy dish to make. It did feel like it was missing something though, especially the cabbage (maybe I just had too much cabbage?). I'd probably make this again. :)
Really tasty dish. I didn't have the whole seeds, so just used the powdered versions instead. Thanks! :)
This was a very delicious and simple recipe! The flavors worked really well together and the smell is amazing!
This was very good. I did not have the mustard seed, so I use powdered mustard and, in place of the tumeric and coriander, I used Penzey's Punjabi Garam Masala. It was good the next day, maybe even a tad better.
This was very good. Didnt have the seed spices on hand so I fried up the ground cumin and mustard in the oil until they were slightly darker and fragrant. Didnt have coconut so I used s splash of coconut milk. We enjoyed this, leftovers were great too!