3 Reviews

Wonderful! I served this as a side dish and didn't add as many vegetables as stated but it still made LOTS! Maybe it would be 4 servings as a main dish. I only used about 1/2 and eggplant because it looked like so much, but the eggplant cooked down and almost disappeared. It was nice and soft and contrasted nicely with the cauliflower and peppers (which I cooked until still crisp). Like Gumboot Gourmet, I couldn't find curry leaves, so followed her idea of using curry powder. Next time I will add a bit more cayenne, I thinkit could be hotter and still retain the great flavour. I sprinkled the cilantro over top so those who don't like it could pick around it. Thank you, Pets, for a great recipe!

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Paja December 04, 2008

Finally made this last night, it was a hit! I didn't have eggplant, and wasn't able to find curry leaves. I did add a teaspoon of curry instead, I don't know if this was the right thing to do, but the result was fabulous. We have some left over so I hoping that Daydream's suggestion that it is better the next day is correct. Very easy, I did make it ahead and reheated at dinner time.

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Gumboot Gourmet June 10, 2005

Mean, thanks for a great meal. Easy, colourful, healthy, and with a great flavour that is even better the following day. I should imagine the recipe lends itself to other vegetables as well, such as potatoes, butternut squash, and sweet potato. Keep posting!

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Daydream February 03, 2005
Coconut Curried Vegetables