I thought this was pretty good. although I did it the easy way - doubled all the ingredients, except the cauliflower, threw it in a crock pot, filled pot with water, and cooked on low 6 hours. made a nice soup/stew. I'll make it again. thanks for the recipe.
This was very good. The only thing that I didn't like is that the gravy was so watery and I didn't like eating it with rice. Maybe I'll thicken the gravy next time, and/or eat it with bread or mashed potatoes.
I loved this recipe. I used our pressure cooker. The only thing I did differently was add some black Moroccan olives along with the cauliflower. It was very well received. I will make this again.
Changed it a lot so not sure I'm allowed to rate it but I loved it and this is what I did. Left out parsley, bouillon cube and used 2 T curry instead of other spices. Used homemade smoked chicken stock instead of water. Served with Saffron Rice. Wonderful.
Very Nice. I read the reviews and decided to use this recipe as a base. I use lamb stew meat; oxtail; and beef stew meat. I followed the recipe and added some Indian curry as suggested by another review. Added a little more tomato paste and used a little flour mixed in water to thicken gravy. Also used beef stock instead of that beef cube stuff which is full of MSG. Recipe Oh yeah and Greek olives are very tasty in it. I will definitely try this again. I don't like cauliflower but it was great!
We made this and it was delicious. We like a lot of flavor, so I upped the amount of tomato paste 1 Tbsp as well as increased the cumin and ginger. Not as authentic, but I added some curry powder as we really like it. I also used Cilantro instead of parsley b/c that's all I had and it was really good as well. In a pressure cooker it came out perfect with a nice sauce...not watery at all.
The mixture of spices was good for this recipe, but it came out too watery. I had to mix together a few tablespoons of flour with a little water to thicken it up. I also used a an extra tablespoon of tomato paste. The directions might work better for a pressure cooker - in my opinion, only about 1/2 cup of water should be used when made in a saucepan. I served this over brown rice.
I thought this was ok. It needed something but I'm not sure what. The cauliflower was delicious. Maybe if I made the meat in a crockpot for a couple of hours so it would be softer...? I served it over rice.