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Very good and healthy. I used low sodium chicken stock (instead of vegetable) and also added salt plus 2 TB of tomato paste plus a good pinch of cinnamon. Might add some spinach next time. Served it with a salad and crusty bread and I think it will taste even better reheated! Will definitely make it again.
Loved it!!! Even my husband who isn't always enthusiastic about anything with curry in it really enjoyed it. I followed the recipe almost EXACTLY only adding 1 extra ingredient -- 1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro at the end (last 15 minutes). I started with frozen chicken breasts and cooked it for 4 hours on high setting in my crockpot. The chicken was not overdone. I like spicy and I found the seasoning as written to be perfect. Be sure to add 1 tsp. black pepper (don't just give it a shake) -- gives it a nice heat without being overpowering. Use a good quality curry powder. Since I added my chicken breasts frozen I started them in the broth while sauteing the onion and garlic. Heated the canned tomatoes in the microwave before adding to crockpot to speed up the cooking. I diced the sweet potatoes about 1/2 inch dice. Everything was done to perfection in 4 hours (at high). Will definitely make this again.
I made it according to the directions. And yes it is too bland.. I will make it again but will put my own flavor into it.. Using less quinoa is a start & the vegetable stock was huge mistake.. looking forward to next time
Very tasty though I used 2 scallions (in place of the standard onion) dropped the green onion down to 2 (from 5) & added 2 teaspoons of kosher rock salt after 8 hrs of cooking as the flavour was too muted for our tastes; very hearty & healthy!
I'm making this right now but I also added in a couple of ribs of sliced celery (in 2" diagonal slices) and also some sliced celery leaves.... since they have a lot of flavor & aroma. This also needs some chopped Italian Parsley (added near the end of cooking time) so that the flavor & aroma won't be lost while everything is cooking. My family & I will surely enjoy this dish tonight (with my minor changes).
Great flavour. I reduced the pepper to 3/4 tsp. and still found it a bit peppery but my husband loved it. I also added some homemade seasoned salt to give it an extra kick. Used yams instead of sweet potatoes and it was delicious!