A great tasting, practical, healthy, every day meal, even if omitting salt is necessary (though we added some). This is good on rice, on naan, or whipped up into a bean dip (color's odd though, so make it deeper green by adding extra fresh spinach, & season to taste with salt, sweetener, vinegar and more spices). We forgot the red pepper & were fine without it for now. We'll put raisins on the table next time. We added coconut milk because we had some open. We used fresh spinach & it held up wonderfully, stirring it into the skillet after cooking the onion, garlic, & ginger, then added spices & all other ingredients, & simmered while making naan. Presentation might be better if greens are trimmed in thin strips - we'll see. Not fans of store bought curry powder so we used quick garam masala recipe from this sight. Wonderful alternative! We also had a small can of tomato paste open in the fridge already so used that. My husband added all of the tomato paste from that can which he could get out of it, which was a hint to me that he was looking for some salt. Sure enough the salt did the trick, though I added a pinch of sugar to round it out. Tomato paste was not too strong at all - maybe because of the sugar? Thanks for the wonderful recipe! I'd always hated kidney beans, but, believing all foods are good if one simply knows how to prepare them, I turned to allrecipes to find ways to enjoy kidney beans. That faith in allrecipes paid off again!
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A great tasting, practical, healthy, every day meal, even if omitting salt is necessary...