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"Did someone just say three of my favorite words - Cheezy, Vegan and Stew?? This is comfort food for sure! For me, the mixed vegetables were carrots, onions, celery and peas. To make it thicker, I may use less liquid next time. I can't say how it would be the next day because it never made it there :)"
"This was quite delicious. I, too, used 3 tbls tomato paste and veg broth. Also, I didn't have ground cardamom so 5 cardamom pods did the trick."
"I think the base of the stew is very good and nutritious, but next time I will omit the cardamom and cinnamon, as I prefer a spicier taste and not the sweetness that these two ingredients added."
"This is REMARKABLY similar to the real thing in texture and taste. I used extra firm tofu and just as a preference, I omitted oil."
"I made this Ethiopian style and added shredded carrots. I found it didn't need any additional oil after the saute. We ate this on tortilla chips like a dip, yummy! Next up, tahini!"
"Coban salatasi is an everyday occurrance in my home. Although I strongly agree with seeding the cucumber, I don't seed the tomatoes because I like the juice to blend into the dressing. Also, I use red onion, chopped. Traditionally, the ingredients are to be cut into fairly small pieces."
"This sauce is very delicious. My first time trying, I kept it simple and stuck to the recipe, as is. My only complaint comes from using the "extra firm" tofu. Even after a lot of blending, I feel it made the texture a little off. Going forward I will only use the softest tofu."
"This is a delicious sauce. I, too, omitted the honey and next time I will cut back to 1 1/2 tbl mayo. Didn't need salt & pepper. I'm glad I found this recipe here, thanks Angela!"