I followed the directions exactly for this recipe in the crock pot and it was horrendous! I couldn't even eat it. I'm not sure why it turned out so badly -- the only thing I can come up with is that it's because I used frozen veggies. Though, that shouldn't have completely ruined it.
This was very good. I was looking for a vegetarian dinner and this one is a winner. I think I added too much tumeric, but that is my bad. Served it on basmati. Thanks again!
I liked this recipe but I was expecting more. I followed it exactly, although I cooked it on the stove and not in the crockpot. I needed to add a touch of extra water. I found it needed a lot more cayenne than the 1/2 tsp. called for. It didn't have much of an "Indian" flavor and could have used more spices in the spice paste in general. It was also a bit too tomato-ey for my taste. I served it with naan.
Very good--I served it over basamati rice along with other East Indian main and side dishes. Lovely color and flavor. I took the cover off the crock pot for the last 45 minutes of cooking to thicken the "sauce", which may have been thinner because I added fewer beans than suggested (one of my dinner guests doesn't eat beans). Keeps the kitchen cool for summer dinner parties (crock pot!), and no last minute chopping while guests are present. I cut the recipe in half and it was still ample enough for serving at least 8 side dishes.
Good recipe. I cooked it on the stove instead of the crokpot. I added fresh tomatoes, sea salt and garam masala. Tip to those who have never used tumeric - carefull it stains clothes, counter tops and plastic. :)