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So good! The blend of spices is fantastic! We loved the addition of the lemon at the end, added a nice extra pop of flavor. Thanks for sharing! ZWT8
This was excellent. I used it as a main dish over basmati rice and served it with tortilla and a veggi. It was a great meal. I added a can of tomatoes rather than the tasteless variety here at this time of year. Would make a good side dish for a meat dinner as well I think. Thanks Rita
Excellent mixture for curry, though I added about 1/2 teaspoon more of all the spices, especially ginger. The times and order of spice addition are all spot on, though, and the tomato sauce is how I like my Chole! One note: this could use with a sweet-sour kick -- perhaps add a tbs or two of lime juice?
Another good one, Rita! Made this tonight along with Aloo Gobo #1738 and jasmine rice. I did tweaked it some..Added cumin seeds and 1/2 tsp anchur powder. I also cooked the seasonings for a minute or so in hot oil before adding onion, and ginger. Left out the garlic. Also used dried cooked chickpeas. This was enjoyed by my Indian student as well as myself. Will be aking this again...soon!
Very tasty. Mine didn't turn out very spicy but the flavor was great. I even made a sandwich out of leftovers. Will be making again.
My first Indian dish I've made and it was very easy. I used saffron because I didn't have turmeric. Tastes good, but I've had better in Indian restaurants. Mine didn't look as saucey as the picture and was a bit more dry. Perhaps I'll add more tomatoes next time.
This recipe was awesome. I didn't have garam masala (or just couldn't find it in my pantry) so I used curry powder instead. I think I won't be spending so much money on those shelf-stable tasty bite indian meals any longer. Thank you!
Wow, great stuff! I love Indian food and spicy food so this was just awesome for me. I didn't have garam masala on hand one day and substituted it with curry powder - also great.