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It's a very good recipe, pretty simple, and fairly common ingredients. I made it with lean ground beef, fresh diced tomatoes (instead of canned to avoid the sodium), and instant white rice (to cut the 40-45 minute last cook time to about 10 minutes).

Next time I would cut down the oil significantly--you don't need 1/2 cup to saute the onions and garlic, and it leaves the final product a bit slicker than I prefer. Also, I would cut the black pepper a little and add a little hot pepper.

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scottsb October 22, 2011

PAC Fall 2007 ~ Very nice. I used leftover pork in this. Loved the flavor the nutmeg gave to it. Would like to try again with the beef.

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CulinaryQueen October 02, 2007

Fantastic meal, I'm not usually big on curry based mmeals but this one went down a treat I loved it and so did all who ate it too. Fantastic!

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ShadySandman March 24, 2006

Really good. I used leftover boneless pork loin and white rice instead of jasmine, we fried up some corn tortillas, added sour crean, and enjoyed it a lot. Great for using leftover meat.

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Morris#203 February 03, 2006

This is actually a cape malay dish called briyani...a few more spices are added traditionally and each makers got there own secret ingredients...seafood breyani is especially good!

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babettesfeast March 16, 2005
South African Stir Fry