This was good. I used canned tomatoes and added the juice with the water.
Easy and very flavorful recipe. I've made this 2 or 3 times now and it had been a while, and it was even better than I had remembered it. I used the canned tomatoes (drained) and then added the reserved juice in place of the water, only until I had the desired consistency. Something about this creates a very nice thick broth. I served with lavash (along the lines of chapati or injera), so I kept it on the thicker side. I used carrots cooked with cumin and the rest of my tomato juice for a vegetable. Thanks for posting!
Wonderful curry. We really enjoyed it! I did add peas as that is how I have always had it. Lends a wee bit of colour to the dish. I served this with "North African Spiced Carrots" and basmati rice. Thank you for sharing. Made this for African Recipe Fun.
My kids loved this. Thanks!
Thank you for this recipe- the aroma while preparing was out of this world marvelous and the taste was superb. I am not a fan of putting sauce on spaghetti - but I will make this as our regular sauce in the future - I'd give you more stars if possible- thank you again.
I made this for a school project; everyone loved it!! then I brought some for my co-workers and they liked it so much they want the recipe!!
Nice, flavorful recipe. We had this for dinner, served over angel hair pasta, and there is barely anything left! I sauteed the beef and onions separately as I don't like onions cooked in beef grease. I only used a smidge of oil for the onions, otherwise I left it out. Wasn't sure what to do with the garlic so I minced it. Also, wasn't sure if canned tomatoes should be drained or not (I did not). I used a sweet curry.