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"I used to make it this way but then it occurred to me that onion, chili and tomato are the basic ingredients of most salsas, so now I just add a tablespoon or two of my favorite chunky salsa. I also crush 1 garlic clove with some salt."
"I used to do it this way until I realized that chopped up onion and tomato was basically salsa, so a couple of tablespoons of your favorite salsa (I like chunky salsa, medium heat) will make this even easier. Also, it's really not the same without a couple of tablespoons of chopped cilantro. I also mash up a small clove of garlic with some sa..."
"Excellent recipe! I've been looking for an alternative to Aloo Gobhi as we're on a low carb diet. This one definitely fits the bill. Thank you again Charishma for another terrific recipe."
"This was a bit of work, but very good tasting. I didn't have fenugreek seeds, so I used fenugreek powder in step 9 with the rest of the dried spices. I also added a little water at that point to get the spices to distribute properly. Seemed like it needed a little liquid. I'll definitely try this again."
"Sorry I didn't make any comments before. I tried this again and have upped my rating to 5 stars. The only thing I didn't like about this recipe is that it doesn't say what to do with the garlic. I chopped it and added it with the onions. I also used three jalapanos instead of two serannos (which I couldn't find). My whole family loved it and said ..."
"Today was our grandson's 12th birthday and I knew he'd rather have key lime pie than cake anyday, so I took a chance on this recipe. We weren't disappointed. It was as good as it was simple. The only problem I had was after baking for 20 minutes at 250F, it didn't seem firm enough so I cranked up the heat to 350F and baked it for another 10 minute..."
"This was excellent! I added a small chopped onion and a chopped jalapeno and also a couple of pureed chipotle peppers in adobo sauce (the smokey flavor really added to it). Also, I cooked it for about 7 1/2 hours in the crock pot and it came out perfectly. I was a bit worried because it seemed too juicy for burritos, but once I shredded the meat ..."
"Well you (and all the reviewers) have convinced me. I'll have to try this one and am sure I'll love it. I've been getting EWWWWWWWs for years when I eat MY favorite, peanut butter and bologna sandwiches. Sounds disgusting, but it's really great. Give it a try (hey, if you'll eat pb and tomatoes, why not give bologna a try)."
"My wife and I both liked this very much. I think next time I might add a couple green chilies. Also, I will remember to temper the yogurt next time as it curdled when I added it to the hot dish. definitely worth another try."