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28 Comments

  1. Love this recipe and will make this dish for my wife as a surprise. I prefer these days to cook without using oils…when possible. Any advise? I’ll cook this dish regardless, just wondering if there are alternatives… Thanks!!

    1. Hi Eric, glad you loved it! This recipe is tricky to make without oil as there is a lot of flavours that are released in both stages when it’s used. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help. Hope she loves it too!

      1. No worries, she will love it if I follow the recipe! I’ll let you know how it all turns out. Thanks for the response.

  2. Do you have any experience freezing this dish? I’m trying to find some vegan-friendly dishes that I can prepare ahead of time and stash in the freezer to make my upcoming move less stressful.

  3. I made this a week ago and served it to a non-vegan. She loved it and so did My Husband and I. We loved it so much I made it again yesterday. I especially like it the second day. The spices are spot on. Spicy but not too for the people like Me who can’t handle a lot of heat.






  4. Thanks so much for the recipe. I didn’t use any tomato puree/paste, so it turned out very pale. But still so tasty!! Thank you so much for the recipe 🙂






  5. I enjoyed this recipe very much. I did use a full block of tofu and “roasted” it in the oven first with a bit of sesame oil and tamari, and next time I will use a bit more of the spices than the recipe indicates to increase the heat. I also added about 2 cups of chard with the peas. Still in all, this is a keeper and a welcome one. Thank you.

  6. This was quite good! I did replace the fresh tomatoes with a can of diced because that was what I had on hand. Yum!






  7. Love, love, love this recipe. I now make this on a weekly basis for the vegans and non vegans in the household. I fry the tofu first to give it more of a crispy bite. Thank you so much for sharing!!

  8. Best vegan curry!!!!
    This is the most delicious, easiest vegan curry I have ever made and eaten. Wouldn’t recommend enough! The cashews make it so creamy and yum!






  9. This tastes so good!! It went down incredibly well with my carnivorous partner, who happily eats lots of vegan food but never touches tofu. He asked me to make it again sometime. Thank you so much for working out this vegan version. This is the first recipe of yours that I’ve made so I’m really looking forward to trying more :o)

  10. This recipe is amazing, it tastes exactly like paneer in an Indian restaurant! I stir fried the tofu before adding because I thought my family would like it more that way. I meant to throw in some raw spinach at the end, just for extra veggies, but then forgot… but I think that would have been really good.

    This is definitely my favorite recipe of yours so far. Thank you thank you!!!

  11. Yummy & Simple
    Most of these ingredients I already had or eat regularly. The cooking was simple and didn’t take too long. The flavor was superb! I can’t wait to make it again!