I'm going to try this with uncooked rice, I'm not sure if it's supposed to be cooked or raw.
Well, I followed the recipe to a "T" and it came out dry and the potatoes were undercooked. I was hoping it would be saucier. I ended up adding another cup of broth and stuck it back in the oven for an additional 30 minutes. The flavors were good, I just needed to tweak it to create the type of curry I wanted.
Quick, easy and yummy! I think I will put some red pepper flakes or a bit of cayenne next time just for personal preference...we like it spicy!
YUM YUM YUM YUM!!! I just made this it is DELICIOUS!! I also used some garam masala and some chili powder - worked nicely, I'm sure you could substitute lots of different spices! Thanks for this recipe :)
This was a really easy recipe. I usually like my rice on the side, but it was nice to have everything cooked quickly in one dish. I made a third of the recipe and slightly upped the potatoes, onions and spinach. Because of how much the spinach cooks down I could have used more spinach I think. Even with a third of the recipe there's more than enough food for 4 people. The seasoning is nice and simple, though the quality definitely depends on the quality of the curry powder used. Thanks for a tasty, easy lunch.
I was a little hesitent to try this as it looked way too easy for Indian! But I am glad I did. Yummy and so, so easy to make. This is a great Indian weeknight dish and while not as complex as most Indian dishes, my husband and kids loved it. Thanks so much for posting!