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Very tasty! Made some subs for missing ingredients but still came out excellent.<br/><br/>Had to use a can of unsalted diced tomatoes since I didn't have whole and used a little ketchup instead of plain tomato paste. <br/><br/>I messed up part of the cooking instructions for the onions/beef (Forgot to put the oil first, whoops!) but it didn't seem to matter much. It's not a very spicy curry, which is perfect for me, since I'm kind of a spice-wimp. X3 but it's wonderful over some hot rice!
I agree with everyone else's thoughts on the blandness. I quadrupled the curry, doubled the cinnamon, and added some hot pepper to spice it up. I served it with lime-cilantro rice and it was very good. Maybe the curry I had was just too bland - like some have suggested - curry paste may be a better option.
Just what I was looking for. I doubled the meat and most spices, 4x the curry powder, added a few fresh hot peppers and fresh grated ginger. Also I used chick peas and carrots and 3 fresh tomatoes but didn't have paste. I also forgot to add the cilantro but no matter, everyone loved it! Fast and easy, thanks so much! A keeper for sure!
This was good but with more spices added. It was bland as written. I doubled the cinnamon, added 1/2tsp of cardomom, fresh ginger with some powdered ginger, quite a bit of salt to taste and tripled the curry powder. It tasted wonderful with the Coconut Rice another poster recommended.
Good recipe. Added a lil bit of hot peppers and some seasoned salt for more taste. A keeper :)
Really loved this recipe. It gave me some good notes in developing my own curry recipe, as well.
My son (11 yrs old) really liked this curry and that's why I'm giving it 4 stars. I love recipes that open up his palette to new and interesting tastes. The description said it was very mild and my personal preference would be to have a little more spice. It tasted a little bland to me. I would have given it 3 stars.
This worked because I had all the ingredients, but I just couldn't get pat the lack of creaminess to the curry. I added an extra star b/c that really is a personal preference. It seemed confusing to me b/c it was almost like a cross between spaghetti and curry. Thank you anyway!
I was looking for an interesting recipe for ground beef and this sounded so different. I added a stick of celery, chopped fine to the onions. I used Malaysian curry which is has more heat and flavor and added 1/2 teaspoon of cardamon to the spice mixture. I used canned diced tomtoes with a little of the juice so I didn't need the water or tomato paste. Thanks
wasn't really my choice. i like more the creamy coconut curry and this was a very bold, deep flavour. it smelled good but was a bit overwhelming w/ the ginger and curry etc. my husband loved it. i substituted soy ground beef so that very possibly affected the flavour too.