Great, healthy, vegan recipe. I used fresh tomatoes and omitted the cilantro as I don't love the flavor. Make sure to cut your sweet potatoes up nice and small; I got lazy and did some big chunks and regretted it later.
I loved this recipe,I made it a written and could have eaten the whole thing may self. This is a dish I will make over and over again. Thanks
This was really good. I omitted the cinnamon (couldn't do it...maybe some day), and I didn't have cilantro on hand. I also added a heaping spoonful of red curry paste. We will definitely be making this again. I also want to try it with shrimp. I know it's not vegetarian, but my husband and I are eating healthier, not just vegetarian. Thanks for posting!
I've been making this dish quite often recently, and lo! It's already on Zaar as a recipe! This is seriously so good. It may not be a super-authentic curry, but it tastes amazing. I've added so many different vegetables: peas, cauliflower, peppers, carrots, and it turns out great. I do use some garam masala (omitting the cinnamon) for that spicy sweet flavor. Excellent for GF people like me!
Very tasty. The spinach and fresh cilantro really "make" this recipe! I added 1/4 teaspoon of red pepper flakes just to give it the least little tad of heat. Could also benefit from maybe 1/2 teaspoon of salt. DH, who is a bit ambivalent about Indian food, liked this a lot -- I think it is about not butter or cream in the sauce, as many Indian curries do.
Although plenty of spices go into this dish - DH and I both thought it wasn't spicy. Was a healthy meal though!
This is a very tasty curry that comes together in no time. It's definitely going into my rotation for nights when I want something healthy and fresh, but really don't feel like cooking.
Great leftover, too!
I tried this recipe because we're trying to eat vegetarian one meal a week. We enjoyed the heartiness of the dish served over brown rice and the different flavors and textures of the healthy ingredients. I would NOT follow the advice of prior reviewers to increase the spice levels. At the stated level, there was a solid curry flavor, which still smells quite powerful throughout my house a day later!
My "needs ketchup" husband LOVED it!! My changes: 1/2 acorn squash instead of sweet potatoes, 1 large tomato instead of the canned amount, a jalepeno sauted w.the onions, 1tsp cayenne pepper, 1tsp garlic pwd, and 1/2 tsp salt. YUMMERS!! And because my husband has no taste buds, the second time around i added 2 jalepenos, 1/2 T cayenne, 1 1/2 cups chickpeas and 8 chicken tenderloins. Thank you for posting!!!