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Meg

I made this recipe this weekend, and man is it good. As much as I love Indian food, I've never made it at home, because as you said, it usually includes a bunch of ingredients that are either expensive or hard to find. But this was so easy. Thanks!

Rorie

Oh, Grant, I love Indian food, too. I think I was born on the wrong continent. Your curried cauliflower sounds sublime!

Grant

Meg - Thank you so much. I think that's why this dish is so appealing. It's very easy.

Rorie - If you love Indian food deffinately give this a try.

cm

Wow! I'm always intimidated by making Indian at home, but with some basmati and TJs frozen naan this was a really authentic-tasting meal, and smelled great too. My only change was simmering a lot longer than the recipe called for (it seemed to take the cauliflower more than 25 minutes to soften), and using canned diced tomatoes instead of fresh. Thank you so much!

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