By JoyfulCook on January 31, 2006
Photo by loof
Photo by loof
"A rich flavored curry-easy to make and not expensive. Can be thrown together at the last minute, a favorite also with vegetarians."
Serving Size: 1 (284 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 3
"This was good, but not great. It was simple to make and we finished it and all of our leftovers but found it lacking... something. It was just very plain, and I was expecting more complexity. Won't make again, but I don't regret making it."
"We very much enjoyed this, though I did use less oil and salt and more veggies and ginger. Like our favorite Indian dish, aloo mutter."
"This is a great and easy curry! I used a whole large jalapeno for the chili pepper and it was great with the potatoes, just added a mellow heat. This smelled great cooking and had a beautiful color. Hearty, flavorful, and quick to prepare - loved this - thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for the Best of 2012 event, recommended by rpgaymer"
"Great recipe! I had a pot of chicken curry going while cooking this, and judging from the smell from each pot and taste-testing both, I though the vegetable curry was going to be so-so and the chicken curry was going to taste superb. It turned out to be the other way around! All the flavors really come together at the end. The only change I made was mixing in a very large pinch of garam masala after cooking, mostly to just add that lovely aroma to the curry. Thanks for sharing!"
"This is one of my favourite side dish in my local indian restaurant. This would have tasted very authentic if I hadn't have subbed all the vegetables. I used Eddoes, BNS and Courgettes (that's all I had) but kept all the spices the same and the flavour was great! I'm giving this 5 * because even with all this messing I did, it was still wonderful. Thanks Joy!"
"Yummy. The favors are wonderful in this dish. The spices blend well together and the peas give it a hint of sweetness. I forgot to pick up green chilies, so I added some chili powder and about 1/4 green pepper. I also was too lazy to peal the potatoes, but I didn't notice the peals too much."
"Two great things (potatoes and peas) brought together by tons of warm spicey goodness (but not too spicy). This is easy and fairly quick to prepare. I did take a little short cut and partially boiled the potatoes the day before. It is also a healthy choice."
"I am not familiar with Nepalese cuisine, but based on this I think I could get more into it... It was a great quick curry to make. Had a bunch of leftovers for lunch the next day and everybody asked what smelled so good. Yum, thanks for sharing. "
"A super curry which was, as you say, very popular with my vegetarian friend. Easy to make and really full of flavour. I think we probably were quite generous with the spices, heaping spoonfuls of everything. We served with your dahl and a chicken madras, naan breads and raita. A real feast!"