Serve with Indian naan bread or flatbread (chapatti).
I am a complete beginner but this was really easy. Came out yummy. I forgot to put in the kidney beans or chick-peas (they were in the ingredients list but were missing from the preparation method, so i overlooked them!), so i ended up having it with rice on the side, but it was yummy. I would say easy on the coconut milk, one tin was way too much for us, I only used about 4 dessert spoon full! But that is really a matter of taste. Also I think it could do with 2 tins of chopped tomatoes rather than 1, but again that could just be a matter of taste and how you like your curry's consistency. Enjoy ! x - 07 Jun 2010
Altered ingredient amounts. I didn't put in the carrots, peas or corn - I prefer to eat a curry without them in it. - 02 Sep 2008
This was ok - quick, easy and nutritious - but I've become too accustomed to curries with garlic and/or garam masala so it tasted a wee bit bland to me. Could be good for people who don't like strongly-flavoured foods, but I probably won't make it again. - 21 Mar 2012