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Slow-Cooked Vegetable Curry

This is so easy and makes a hearty, delicious dinner.

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9hrs 20mins
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  • Add the first 12 ingredients in order to a 4-quart slow-cooker.
  • Pour vegetable broth over all.
  • Cover and cook on LOW for 7-9 hours.
  • Add in undrained tomatoes; stir to combine.
  • Cover and let stand 5 minutes.
  • Serve over cooked rice.
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"This is so easy and makes a hearty, delicious dinner."
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  1. windhorse23
    I didn't have high hopes for this, as most crockpot recipes haven't turned out well for me, but this was a lot better than I expected. I followed the recipe except for using frozen green beans. I ended up adding about a half cup of smooth peanut butter, and that worked well. I served it over brown rice. Very good, thanks.
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  2. Brandnewday
    Hubby never likes anything out of the crockpot...until now. He raved no this one before I even got done! No tomatoes or tapioca got added, but he already had it served up as a soup...along with homemade hashbrowns. It was DELICIOUS. Definitely will be added to the list of crockpot faves.
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  3. Marla Swoffer
    Excellent meatless meal! I was out of carrots so I added more potatoes. I used frozen green beans and chicken broth. I accidentally poured the canned tomatoes over everything in the beginning but it didn't seem to hurt anything. My curry powder is kind of weak so next time I'll double up on that. I thought I disliked garbanzo beans but this changed my mind.
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  4. BlueDoxie
    This is truly an outstanding recipe! I fixed it exactly as written; the family and I absolutely loved it! This might sound sacrilegious to some, but the next time I made it I used frozen green beans, frozen sliced carrots, and frozen chopped onions (no thawing). I also used canned diced potatoes (drained), and jarred minced garlic. It was the weekday and I saved some precious time in the morning before getting ready for work. :) The family thought it was just as delicious! Thank you, NurseDi!!
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  5. Dawterofmammon
    This was a wonderful recipe! It was also the first time I attempted anything "Indian" and it turned out perfect. I followed the recipe exactly, except that I put roasted cashew halves on for a garnish along with some strips of crystallized ginger. It has a nice warm spice that heats you up as you eat it. Just perfect for cold weather and it was easy to make. Simply scruptious! I'll be making this many times over!
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