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yummm! this was delicious, lennie - thank you! i made it pretty much exactly according to the recipe, and it got rave reviews all around. I really liked the flavour the balsamic vinegar added. I will certainly be making this again! (and it was really easy too :)
Great recipe! Unusual flavor, but good. I added baby carrots and a little red wine vinegar, its not as tart as the balsamic. It could use something to thicken the sauce.
This certainly smelled fantastic when I finally got in from work! Tastes pretty good too. My toddler also ate this without protest.Didn't really notice the cayenne.I also was out of fresh gingerroot so made do with ground ginger which worked okay.
We LOVED it! Definitely follow the others' recommendation for 28 oz. can of tomatoes, (we like whole), and 1/8th tsp. cayenne. I quick sauteed onions, garlic and fresh ginger and threw into slow cooker (with liner) and then dumped in the rest of the ingredients, gave it a quick stir, came home from work and voila: a scrumptious dinner, (I served it with "warm Indian zucchini salad")!
I really, really liked this! My husband was not a big fan, but he ate it. So I enjoyed the leftovers all week for lunch! The flavors are wonderful.
Very good and easy recipe. We like spicy food and this was just about too spicy- I'd cut back on the cayenne a bit next time- otherwise you just taste 'hot' and not the different flavors. We used canned tomatoes juice. We ate it over rice.
I loved this recipe, and I would not change a thing! Thank you for posting!
I love indian food so I think I was expecting more of that kind of taste / spice. It had too many tomatoes for me and not enough heat. My husband loved it though, so I give it 3 stars!
I like the idea of this recipe but was not happy with the result. The flavors were kind of bland and muddled whereas I was hoping for something that was dark and spicy. Sorry.
This is very good! I used half the cayenne which was plenty for the spice-haters in the house. We spice-lovers just added more to our own bowls.