15 Comments

  1. Inzamam

    Yummy! This one is good and easy to make. I made this with my mom and add more red pepper to make taste delicious and yummy. I also made this recipe before itself from recipe network ( https://www.sooperchef.pk/pakistani-recipes/ ).Thankyou!

  2. cv

    can almond flour be used?

  3. Charlie

    This looks amazing, i often feel thats its quite tricky to find good vegetarian curry recipes. i’m going to try this out! It looks mesmerizing though!
    xx
    Charlie

  4. Arcey

    I have the same question about what you mean by “red chili powder.” Do you mean the New Mexico style chili powder? Cayenne? Something else? Thanks. Looks good.

    • Sheryl Julian

      See my answer to Kristen below, which says: do not use cayenne in place of chili powder spoon-for-spoon because cayenne is hotter. Use your New Mexico-style chili powder. Happy cooking!

  5. Deanna

    Hello! I’m interested in trying this, but really unsure if this ground-almond concoction… How does that thicken this? We’re ground almonds in her original recipe? Thank you!!

    • Emma Christensen

      Hi, Deanna! Ground nuts are a very good — and traditional — way of thickening sauces around the globe! They are so finely ground that they become almost a paste. When mixed to a sauce, it thickens it just enough to give it some body. Creaminess without the cream. I hope you’ll give it a try!

  6. Carole

    if you don’t have the spices could curry powder be used?

    • Sheryl Julian

      Yes, you can use curry powder in place of the individual spices that make up the powder. Happy cooking!

  7. Miriam

    I love the ease and flexibility of this dish! I adore Indian food and am so excited to try this!

  8. Kristin P.

    Sorry, this may be a forehead-slap kind of question but is there any difference between red chili powder and regular chili powder? Are you referring to cayenne? Thank you! Can’t wait to try this!

    • Bob

      There are several types of chili powder, but I think the differences are subtle. That said, cayenne is NOT subtle, and would result in a curry that would leave you gasping!

      • Jill

        So what chili powder Dhould be used? The powder normally used making chili? Something else?

    • Sheryl Julian

      Hello Kristen, Bob is right (thank you, Bob!): cayenne and chili powder are not interchangeable. Chili powder is less hot than cayenne. My jar says “red chili powder,” but if yours says “chili powder” go ahead and use it. Happy cooking!

  9. Brooklyn Murtaugh

    Yum this looks so delicious! I have been on a real curry kick lately, so I will definitely be trying this one out :)

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