- Most Helpful
- Highest Rating
wow! my tastebuds thank you! I followed the recipe exactly because it sounded so good. I'm not a big cilantro fan, so i almost stopped the recipe after tasting it before i added the lime, yogurt and cilantro! Those three things blended perfectly! I love all the flavors you can taste separately :) mmm. My husband ate 3 HUGE bowls (out of a serving bowl), and literally licked his plate clean! Between he and I we finished the entire recipe in 3 meals. Not something to be proud of, but a huge compliment to the chef! It has been added to our weekly staples!
Thank you for sharing this very tasty soup
I love soups and Moroccan dishes so IMHO this is a very worthwhile addition to the food.com recipe collection. I subbed sweet potato for potatoes since I am a diabetic.White potatoes raise my glucose reading almost immediately. Isn't it great how chick peas go with everything?
I had started making this and half way through I realized I was out of garam masala, cilantro and yogurt, so I decided to go ahead anyway, and I would run to the store closer to dinner to get the missing ingredients. Well my 16 year old daughter and my husband wanted to try it anyway and loved it as it was. I am looking forward to making it as directed though. Thanks for the recipe.
Deeeelicious! I love Moroccan spices, so I knew I'd love this. I made this according to the recipe, adding a little extra garam masala. The flavor and texture is perfect and it's quite filling. The fresh lemon juice and fresh cilantro are a must. I tempered in plain greek yogurt and no curdling occurred. I would love to make this with a sweet potato instead of a regular potato next time. Thanx for sharing!