This made a nice light, quick meal. I didn't have tamarind paste so I substituted tomato paste, and added a chopped tomato as well. Next time I would add more veggies, like carrots and/or spinach. It wasn't super filling but had a nice kick to it and pretty good flavor. Overall I would say it was good, not great.
This is a tasty recipe. I took a simplified approach whereby I combined all the spices, the onion, garlic, tamarind and ginger in a food processor to make a paste. I sauted the sweet potatoes a bit in the paste, and added some red bell pepper slices as a substitute for the chickpeas (I was making a different chickpea curry that night, too). Then I just added the coconut milk and let simmer. I didn't bother with the broth, just added milk if more moisture was needed. The color of the curry left a bit to be desired, just kind of a drab brownish, but overall, a tasty curry.
I was so scared to try this recipe - as I am not a big fan of meatless dishes. However, it was fantastic! Very filling, as it is really starchy when paired with rice. However, I really enjoyed it, and so did my bf! Thanks!
Wow, this veggie dish is so delicious! It's like I'm not really fond of these ingredients but after trying this, I really liked it! I served this with Cranberry Wild Rice Pilaf and Spicy Yam Curry and I sure enjoyed my meal! Thanks for sharing this, H! Made for ZWT4.
Fantastic curry that was wolfed down by a group of exchange students (including two vegetarians). I didn't have enough sweet potato, so diced and added some zucchini I had on hand. Otherwise made as written.
Made & reviewed for ZWT 4 ~ Kumquat's Kookin; Kaboodles! Wow! This is so good! I made 1/2 the recipe & it is amazing. we ate this with coconut rice and enjoyed every last moutful! Thanks Heather for another fab recipe! :)
really yummy. we halved the chickpeas, though. Really quick and easy to make. and healthy too!
Great Comfort food here! I cut the recipe for 2 but use enough chickpeas for 4 becuase I had a large can of them used 2 cloves of garlic, 10 onces coconut milk and canned tamarind nectar skipping the broth. Served over rice. And have leftover for 2 more. ;)