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Lorac.....this recipe is AWESOME!!! I needed a really good dinner last night after a terrible day, and this REALLY brightened my evening. This dish is spectacular. We had it as a main meal with chappatis... It was just heavenly. I have an idea for a variation.. I plan to try tonight or tomorrow haha. I could eat this stuff daily!!! :-) THANK YOU SO MUCH!. I would give it 10 Stars if I could!!!
So tasty and easy to do! Had this as a side dish with Sue L's chole and some brown rice. Can't wait for lunch time, when I can attack the leftovers!
Tasty! I served it over basmati rice cooked in vegetable broth, with a side of plain yogurt w/ honey. Two Roma tomatoes in the dish was a little minimalist, but they were all I had on hand. I would make this again :)
This was pretty good. Very mild and light...not a heavy curry. I made one change which was to cook the tomatoes till they softened before adding the water.
This is a five star recipe EVEN with a main change that I made. I didn't have any zucchini on hand so I used yellow summer squash. Even though the two are related, there is a definite taste difference to me. I don't use garlic salt but miniced two cloves of garlic with salt to take the place. Everything else was the same but I used less cilantro. Went well with brown basmati rice. really nice meal.
Great recipe! I was skeptical about the dish even as I put it on the stove to simmer but the results were great. I used standard issue "curry" powder instead of turmeric because my wife threw away my beloved (but messy) 1 lb bag. The curry powder the dish a nice depth of flavor.