WOW- so good! I've made some great curries, but the African ones never tasted quite like how I hoped. This recipe is among the best though. I didn't change a thing, and I wouldn't want to. Thanks for sharing.
Definately a winning recipe. I have had this marked since ZWT was in Africa. Glad that I finally got to try it. I garnished it with banana and finely chopped peanuts.
Yup, this was a definite hit in my house. Hubby and kids all devoured it, asking for seconds before the 'firsts' were totally done! I used boneless chicken thighs, zucchini instead of eggplant and 1 tsp crushed dried chilies since I had no fresh (heavy on the other spices too), and it was delish. Buttermilk is a lovely touch, never used it instead of yogurt before, but will again. A perfect meal for these 30 Celsius days we've been having on the Canadian prairie lately. Thanks!!
We really enjoyed this dish. Very flavorful. I did not have tomato paste so substituted a can of crushed tomatoes. Served with white rice and garlic naan and it was perfect! Thanks for sharing.
This is an absolutely FANTASTIC recipe! I love curry (well, I am English!) but hadn't tried a South African one before. Hot, sweet and aromatic flavours MMMMMMM!
This is one very delicious dish!!! I also used the buttermilk instead of the yogurt, and with the apricots and jam this balanced out the spices. I served this with wild rice along with Beggers and Rum (cuz I didn't have any chutney on hand and had already made my one trip to the market in this heat, was not going to go out in it again)Really enjoyed the meal, Thank You for sharing this recipe with us.
OUTSTANDING Janet! Wow, talk about a flavor explosion in every bite. I was heavy handed on the spices (especially the curry), and I did use buttermilk in place of the yogurt. I was extremely pleased with the results. Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful recipe- Nick's Mom