This recipe has become a regular in our house. So tasty, easy, healthy, what else can I ask for? The lemon juice adds a brightness - don't leave it out. A coworker from India was really impressed when I brought the leftovers for lunch - she said it smelled and tasted just like traditional curries.
This is very tasty, easy to make and it's also healthy. I used 300 grams of baby spinach and added salt & pepper, but otherwise followed the recipe. The flavours are light and fresh, and it tastes good hot or cold. Next time I might try adding garlic and curry powder, but I'll make it this way again too. Thanks for a great recipe! ***I've since made this adding two teaspoons of hot curry powder and 1/2 tsp of garlic powder, and it was fantastic. 5 Stars!***
I gave this recipe a try because I like all the ingredients that go into it. It wasn't bad, but it was definitely bland. I will try this again but add herbs to it. Maybe even a roasted red bell pepper.
Delicious and satisfying. Only had one onion so I followed the suggestions of the other reviewers and supplemented with generous amounts of garlic (about a tablespoon finely minced). Also added some Kala Jeera, a spice I picked up in an Indian store and didn't know how to use. The dish was fantastic. Like that there's room to improvise with this recipe! Served with couscous.
Wonderful! Easy, delicious, filling and healthy. The fresh lemon juice adds a wonderful flavor. I made this just as written, using fresh baby spinach. Loved every bite. Thanx!
Thanks! I'll make this one again. I used frozen spinach. I'm noticing now that I forgot the lemon juice!! That would have been a great addition.
I couldn't get fresh spinach and settled for some canned leaf spinach - I liked it a lot and will try again with fresh when I can. A nice simple tasty healty recipe. I imagine a dollop of thick low fat greek yoghurt would work well on top, too. Thanks!
Simple and delicious! this is going into my favorites!
Really great recipe! I adapted it a bit by substituting the canned tomatoes by fresh ones and adding garlic, as a member suggested. I changed the combination of spices a bit too and I served it over couscous.
Oops, I forgot to get onions and a lemon when I was grocery shopping, so I was forced to make a couple of changes. I don't think they changed the taste TOO much, though. I added a couple of garlic cloves instead of the onions and added some hot sauce for acidity. I also cut back a bit on the cumin and added some curry powder and salt. I put it in a wrap and ate it hot. I really liked it and I'm happy I have leftovers. I will make it again with onions and lemon juice!