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Being that I didn't have very many veggies to choose from in our house (our fault not yours), it was lacking in the veggie department, BUT with the spices it was quite AMAZING! We had this served over some brown rice. I will have to make this again with some broccoli, califlower, mushrooms, carrots, and celery I'm thinking......and perhaps a bit more curry with perhaps some pepper. I will be making this again, that's for sure!!!!!!!!
Enjoyed this dish. I doubled the curry, for extra vegetables added frozen package of broccoli, califlower and carrots, added some frozen corn and sliced up a zucchini. I also added diced tomatoes with jalapeno peppers. I served it over the brown rice and lentil recipe on this site. It was great and plan to repeat.
Very easy and an interesting flavor. I added a bag of frozen veg, some raisins and extra curry powder. I thought it was missing something flavor wise, but my family liked it.
Nice and easy!!
It was ok! I don't think I will make this again.
My husband really liked it. I added broccoli for more nutrition and added some beef broth for added favor.
very good but we found it could use a little more curry. we did enjoy it and will add more curry next time. I used broccoli and cauliflower for my veggies. Nice easy and quick supper. Served it over brown rice and with a mixed green and tomato salad. Thanks for posting.
This is surprisingly delicious for how easy it is! I added in mushrooms with the onions and garlic, and used Fire Roasted diced tomatoes. Served over a 5 grain blend from Trader Joes that had Israeli couscous, lentils, and quinoa. The husband and 15 year old devoured it, and so did my 2 year old. A winner!
I was attracted to this title because that's what I was searching for! This was yummy. I added a diced up zuchini with the onion and garlic. I also put in a couple tbsps of tomato paste with a bit of chicken stock to get a thicker, more sloppy joe like consistency. Just a personal preference. I also added about 3 tsps curry (we love curry) and at least twice the garlic. Very good!
This was DELICIOUS! I didn't have curry powder, so I grabbed some cayenne pepper (it didn't need any more than one teaspoon!) instead. Thank you, traveler - I was looking for something to do with my ground turkey that wasn't the same-old, same-old. We will be doing this again!