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Tastes just like the inside of a samosa - yum! And serving it with the banana/plain yogurt made for a delicious combo. Very easy, too. Will make it again! Served with bread and butter.

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Torricus July 24, 2012

This was fantastic! I was in the mood for curry, and I had leftover saffron rice to use up, but didn't feel like going to the store for extra ingredients. What started as a "just use up what we have at home" dish has definitely become something that we'll be making again and again. I didn't have rice wine vinegar on hand, so I used all lemon juice instead and it was delicious! Thanks so much!

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allimarie April 19, 2011

We enjoyed this as a quick vegetarian lunch. Served it with wholemeal rotis.

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Sackville November 19, 2009

Excellent! I made it without the coriander or wine vinegar because I didn't happen to have them on hand, but the recipe turned out to be just what I was looking for! The only thing was it took over half an hour to get the potatoes soft enough, despite being the same size as the potatoes in most Indian food I've eaten (1 inch x 1/2 inch roughly?). Aside from that, no problems- I really enjoyed the dish and will continue to make it regularly :)

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Chef Kirsten (#1!) May 20, 2009

I loved this! I followed the recipe pretty closely, except I added mini new potatoes instead of diced regular potatoes. This is going to be my work lunch for the next few days - yum!

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everybody August 05, 2008

This was fantastic, it really hit the spot on this miserable winter day. I made a few substitutions, and left some ingredients out, though I don't think it affected the taste too much. Instead of the butter, I used 2 tbsp of canola oil. This was for health concerns. I left out the ginger, coriander, white wine vinegar and lemon juice because I didn't have any on hand. I bet it's outstanding if you include these items (although I'm likely to simply double up on the lemon juice and leave the vinegar out entirely) Finally, next time I make this I will try to get the potatoes to fry a bit in the oil before adding the stock, as I found the potatoes disintegrated a bit more than I would have liked, and I hope searing them on the outside will help avoid this.

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Xiney January 15, 2008

Easy and flavorful! I tried this recipe to use up the rest of my leftover bag of raw sweet potatoes. I followed the recipe but added 1 finely diced jalapeno pepper to the onions, garlic and ginger. To finish, I added leftover shredded Thanksgiving turkey. A fantastic way to use up your Turkey Day leftovers! The spice with the sweet potato was an excellent combination. I will definitely add it to my FAVORITES!

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CheCheCherie November 29, 2007

I made this into a main dish by including 1 lb. very lean ground beef. I tried to substitute ground ginger for the fresh and I added too much. In hindsight, I think about 1/2 tsp. would suffice. This is a very fragrant and flavorful dish that my 7-year-old proclaimed "awesome!". The best thing of all? It was quick, simple, and cooked in one skillet!

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TiaGem September 09, 2002
Simple Potato Curry