This is a good tasty recipe, a little different to the the normal curries i normally make. I halved the curry powder and added other spices like cumin and coriander. Went down a treat.
I`ll just say "YUK" but IF I was very hungry it would be much better than nothing.....
Recipe is a good starting point for a quick curry. I added some chopped red pepper with the onion, substituted coconut milk for most of the milk, and added some frozen peas with the liquids. Also used ground lamb for the meat. Very tasty, though I ended up adding some extra salt to my portion.
Very good, my family and I enjoyed this quick and easy meal. I used the ingredients listed with the following exceptions: added salt towards the end (because it just needed it), added about a tsp of Splenda near the end (should have left that out). I too, did not use the double boiler. I used left over store bought rotisserie chicken. My daughter is already asking when I will cook this again. This a dish she can cook with ease, she is eleven.
This was really good. I am a big fan of curry. I tasted it halfway through cooking the sauce and ended up throwing some salt in because it seemed a little bland to me (personal preference). The curry flavor really came out well, but I just like mine with more salt! It tasted great! I actually used ground turkey, and it was wonderful :-)
I was looking for a recipe to jazz up some pork chops and came across this. Super! I cubed up my chops and gave them a quick saute and set them aside. I also skipped the double boiler and just kept the heat low and was diligent. I used 1 tbsp of butter and fresh ginger (which I added just before I added the flour and spices), otherwise I followed the recipe exactly. DH thought it was a little too sweet and could use some "tweaking" but I loved it. I served this over brown rice.
Yeah, Curry!! ;) DH absolutely loved this, very simple, will definitely be making again. I used chicken, only change I made was adding cumin to the sauce and had ran out of milk so used cream instead and a little less flour (didn't need to thicken as much). Served over Fried Rice, thanks Yeah, Toast!!
Simply phenomenal! I didn't use a double boiler either, as someone else suggested, just paid close attention to the pan and stirred frequently. When I made this, I used bite-sized pieces of pork. I'm not sure the sauce was the best match for the meat, though, and the sauce is the real highlight here. It's delicious! I think, however, that it would match up best with chicken or shrimp, perhaps scallops as well.
Creates a delicious meal with little fuss. I used lamb and served over rice.
Just delicious and really easy. I didn't use a double boiler --just a pan over low heat and some diligence. The recipe doesn't say when to add the flour, but I figured it went in with the dry spices to make a roux, and that worked out fine. The very thick sauce thinned out just right when I added a bag of big frozen shrimp. By the time they were thawed and hot, the sauce was perfect to ladle onto rice. Served it with sides of chopped apples and raisins. My husband adored this and so did I. THANKS!