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quite tasty! i made a couple of changes; i added garlic salt and a serrano pepper. i also didn't have vindaloo powder so i used regular curry powder. i also salted the veggies a little while they were cooking to help them reduce a little. i have never cooked with tofu before though i am a huge fan. just be careful to FOLD (as the recipe says) and not stir otherwise you will break up the chunks of tofu. anyway this one is going in the recipe box!!
I thought it sounded a little one-dimensional on the spices. So I added 2 tsp cumin 1 tsp smoked paprika 4 cloves garlic 1 tsp salt 1/2 tsp pepper 2 tsp oregano and used regular curry powder since that's what I had. It came out really good! I will definitely be making this again as this is the only tofu recipe I've found that I like so far.
I'll admit I changed the amounts of ingredients to suit my tastebuds but it still turned out great! I went light on the curry power heavy on the mushrooms and omitted the cauliflower (because I refuse to pay 6.00 a head!). I buy whole ginger on sale and freeze it in one inch pieces so I always have it on hand. I will make this again.
Only changes I made were to substitute japanese eggplant for cauliflower and to use a dollop of commercial curry paste (I used a madras paste) instead of curry powder. Im convinced that anything made with coconut milk tastes amazing. Even my toddler ate this up. Very tasty!
This was really great! Tasted like something you would pay for at some fancy restaurant. Would definitely suggest throwing in a few more spices to pump it up a bit - like turmeric garam masala and cumin. Needs lots of salt. Yummy.
Rating: 1 stars
Between the excessive tomato paste and the coconut milk it just tasted like a can of Campbell's tomato soup but hot.