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Dorothy this is superb! I used 800gms of rump steak (eldest son staying with us awhile and he likes his tucker!) and the yogurt I used was slightly sweetened, other than that I followed the recipe to a T. Great flavours and so quick and easy, we all loved this. Thanks Derf!

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Evie* May 07, 2003

This really was quick, easy and tasty. I cooked as written with the exception of using only 1/2 of a jalapeno in place of the whole and skipped the salt because we never add salt to main courses. I served this with rice and curried cauliflower and it was an awesome meal that I will definitely make again. Thanks for posting!

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cyaos May 04, 2009

This is AWESOME! In fairness I changed it slightly. I didn't have the tomatoes (doh!) but I substituted about 1/2 the amount of salsa and it gave it a real spicy flavor. And, I served it in pita pockets with a little lettuce (it was drippy but with the use of a napkin I had no problem!) I will make this again and again! Thanks for the awesome recipe!

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jennyblender March 13, 2008

This was excellent! I didn't have flank steak, so I used stewing beef. For this I had to modify the procedure a bit -- once I added the tomatoes, I also added about 14.5 oz water, and then simmered for about an hour, checking on it and stirring every so often. Then I let it cool slightly and followed the rest of the recipe as is. Next time I will add even more water and stew longer, as the meat was still slightly tough.

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ladydae September 28, 2006

We loved this recipe's flavour and warmth. Added some extra vegies, beans and capsicum as I wasn't in the mood to make a vege curry as well. Enjoyed by all, Thanks

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Bel_Fran March 20, 2006

I really enjoyed this, Russell not so much. He found it too tomatoey and yoghurty-the reasons I enoyed it! I used all the ingredients, but changed the method as I like my onion well cooked. I cooked the onion for about 10 minutes, added the ginger, garlic, chilli and spices, gave that a minute or so, then added the meat. I then covered it and cooked it all for about 30 minutes.

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JustJanS December 16, 2005
Curried Beef & Onions