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so easy and so yummy! The water cooks the potatoes tender and cuts down the oil. The aromatic oil at the bottom of the skillet browns the potatoes and add such a wonderful flavour. The colour is an appetizing yellow with tender peas. Plus, it was easy to book. simple, clear instruction. I think this can serve more than four. I love this dish!
This is a great vegetarian curry, very easy to make and perfect for those of us addicted to carbs. The only flaw in the recipe is that it should mention that when you start heating up those mustard seeds you should cover the pan and not uncover it until the seeds have finished popping. If you're not careful you could lose an eye (to quote my mother)! This is a great main course or side dish! Thanks Dancer!
this was very good! I changed it a little to include two crushed cloves of garlic, 1/2tsp paprika, 1tsp hot curry powder, and about 2 cups shredded pre-cooked chicken (during the last ten minutes). If I hadn't put meat in it, my boyfriend would have refused to eat it for dinner, sorry :). I especially enjoyed the spiciness of this dish, just the perfect amount. I think I will make this dish again, and experiment with different spices. Thank you for another great recipe.
This was very good....I've always hesitated in making Indian food because it seemed difficult. This was easy as promised. I only gave it 3 stars because I used curry powder instead of the individual seasonings and substituted sour cream for yogurt (I had none)...I'll make again as directed and update my rating...Thanks for a wonderful lunch today lynnski!
An old favorite from the Vegetarian Epicure. I make it often, as written, except sometimes I use sour cream for the yogurt (mmm!)and cut back to a pinch of cayenne. Otherwise the spice combination is perfect. Thanks for posting!
This turned out great, absolutely loved all the seasoning!
My husband gave it 4 stars, I gave it 3. He said it was pretty good. I didn't add ground coriander because I thought I didn't have any(I found it later) but it still tasted alright. My DH appreciated the leftovers!