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"I made this almost exactly as written - exceptions being the omission of fresh coriander and coconut. I added more spices, as it was a bit bland, and that helped a lot. This was tasty, easy and cheap - I'll probably make it again."
"Super tasty - I'll be making this again. I didn't make it in a crock pot though. I did my standard curry procedure, which is to fry the onions, garlic, ginger, and cumin seeds until almost golden, add tomatoes and remaining spices, cook down to a pulp, and then add the vegetables with a bit of water and simmer until cooked. With lots of plain yo..."
"This certainly wasn't bad, but if I were to make it again, I'd make a lot of modifications to the sauce. It was far too thick and gummy, and it really overwhelmed the other ingredients. I'd probably end up subbing the sauce for Tofu and Broccoli Stir-Fry with Peanut Sauce from one of the Moosewood cookbooks (it's on RZ, but I can't recall just now..."
"I made a few modifications to this, based on what I had on hand - tempeh instead of tofu, and some young collards in addition to the bok choy. The collards were a bit tough in this, so I would skip that mod, but the tempeh was amazing - it crisps up well and really holds on to the tasty sauce. We ate it on brown rice and it was fantastic. Im sure ..."
"I'd give this 20 stars if I could. Never in my life have I had beans this delicious. I could just eat them out of the pot with a spoon! I omitted the bacon, used a light vegetable broth instead of water, and added some butter in at the end (sounds odd, but it was just what the beans needed). It takes some time to cook them all down, but it's defin..."
"I took BasilBee's advice and kicked this up a bit with some red pepper flakes in the beginning, but it still wasn't enough. I did a few things that differed from the recipe: vegetable broth instead of chicken, whole wheat penne, and homemade riccotta instead of store-bought (it has a firmer texture, which may have changed things). The flavor was g..."
"I had a ton of raw milk lying around this past week and decided to make paneer out of it. I hadn't had good mattar paneer since my study abroad trip to India three years ago, and I was so excited by the way this turned out. I did add some yogurt along with the heavy cream at the end, kicked up the garam masala, and omitted the cilantro. I could ha..."
"what a quick, tasty way to fix bok choy! I got some baby bok choy in my CSA share this week. Normally I use it in pad thai, but I didn't want to go through all the trouble, and I was out of sauce anyway. This was the perfect way to use it up. Instead of the green onions (which sound great, but I didn't have any on hand), I used garlic scapes, whi..."
"I made some alterations to this recipe that may not have been wise. Swapping broccoli for the zucchini wasn't a bad idea, but I ended up blendering the whole pot (my husband just broke his jaw and needs soft, liquidy food), which was a pretty bi mistake. I think the texture of the original soup, as written, was quite nice. After the blender, not s..."
"This is a fantastic recipe. My husband just broke his jaw, and can only eat soft foods for a month, so I thought I'd give this a try. I was pretty wary of using so much parsley, but I put it all in, and it tastes amazing. The only thing I'll do differently next time is add the finely chopped parsley at the very end. I used an immersion blender and..."