- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1/2 red onion (medium, diced)
- 1 red bell pepper (medium, diced)
- 1 cauliflower (small, cut into bite-sized pieces, about 4 cups)
- 2 cloves garlic (minced)
- 1 tablespoon curry powder (see note)
- 2 teaspoons cumin
- 2 teaspoons coriander
- 2 teaspoons turmeric
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon smoked paprika
- 1/4 teaspoon clove
- 15 ounces chickpeas (drained and rinsed)
- 1/4 cup golden raisins (see note)
- 4 cups low sodium vegetable broth
- salt (to taste)
- 3 cups brown rice (quinoa, or millet for serving)
PER SERVING *
|Calories780Calories from Fat80|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat80|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
João 5 days ago
Tastes good, although the sauce is pretty liquid (maybe I used too much vegetable broth), so I added in cornstarch. I used half the spices because my family can't stand eating if it's even a bit spicy haha, so it was pretty mild for me, but they loved it!
Ad 10 Sep
Great I did thicken with arrowroot but could have skipped that. I would serve with veggies as well next time. Add some dates for extra sweetness
victoria Lynn 28 Aug
It was okay, I wish it was thicker and less watery, great flavor though!
Neil Mackie 5 Aug
great. the flavours build as you eat.
Tonie M. 3 Aug
Delicious! Added kale at end.
Jennis Watson 25 Jul
Delicious, but a little bland. We added salt and cayenne pepper.
Marika Bell 23 Jul
Added a few different vegetables, could have used a little less cinnamon to be honest my tongue feels numb. But overall really tasty.
Seth White 18 Jul
The curry was good after several tweaks. The flavor in the original recipe didn't really come out until I added some coconut oil. Jasmine rice also goes better with the curry than the brown rice, and while the raisins were good, it needed a little more than the recipe called for, and I also believe dried apricots, as stated in the original recipe, may have been a better choice.
Christina 10 Jul
Not my cup of tea but it wasn’t bad.
Dhaval Mankad 30 Jun
just mouth watering and healthy.
Rosanne P. 22 Jun
Delicious. Not hard. Just needs salt. Also, would look prettier with some parsley or other herbs, as shown in picture. Recommend adding a note to that effect to recipe.
Christa L. 19 Jun
Alright. Would have been better with potatoes and tomatoes I think. The spice blend was amazing though
Darcey 16 Jun
Fantastic, so yummy.
Niko Z. 5 Jun
it was delicious! And I used tricolor quinoa instead of rice.
Aakanksha 31 May
Very flavourful curry and it smelt great but it was too sweet for my personal taste and liking. I was missing cloves, curry and corriander and I used dried apricots instead of raisins. I might consider adding some green chilli or even chilli flakes next time around.
Dabisaran 8 May
It came out fantastic!
anna bee 16 Apr
curry never gets old to me. i love how versatile it is. i made this dish with dried apricots. the texture & thickness was perfect.
Nick W. 13 Mar
Added chili powder and it was perfect. Highly recommended
trindin Wright 31 Dec 2017
I very much enjoyed it and ate off it For days! very flavorful, only con was it was tooo spicy, but I think that's a reflection of my personal taste everyone I gave it to said it wasn't too spicy. will make over and over!
Tulle R. 12 Dec 2017
Good curry, but nothing special. Would improve with the addition of a little cream and black pepper.
Andrea T. 22 Nov 2017
Good, very flavorful. Keep cauliflower more crunchy by cooking less than it calls for.
No 30 Apr 2017
Pretty alright I'd say. Added some cornstarch to thicken the sauce a bit faster near the end. Added more chili flakes b/c it was a bit mild for my liking. Also added a dollop of plain yogurt - totally made the dish shine. Looking forward to how the leftovers mature over the next few days.
Hailey Bryn 25 Apr 2017
Great recipe!! Will definitely make again!! It was delicious but there is just something little missing, I don't know what it is yet but I will pinpoint it sometime! The raisins were so great! They added sweetness and I would suggest adding almost half a cup of them.
Antonio S. 3 Jan 2017
Not great. I'd do a lot differently. Perhaps cook in tomatoes or coconut milk instead. I would also leave out the turmeric. The stock was just too much and in order to burn it off, the cauliflower is liable to overlook and it doesn't thicken.
Lindsay H. 1 Sep 2016
SO DELICIOUS!! I replaced the cauliflower with potatoes, and raisins with some sliced dates, and added carrots and a teaspoon of sriracha. It turned out FANTASTIC! Plus my house smelled amazing while it was cooking. I will definitely make this recipe over and over. :D
David S. 22 Apr 2016
I really liked the spice blend. The coriander gives it a nice orangey sweetness that's well balanced by the other spices. Next time I'd augment the recipe with roasted peanuts and perhaps a judicious amount of cayenne. I imagine a side of greens would go nicely as well.
Megan A. 9 Apr 2016
It turned out wonderfully--a bit spicy, nice and warm, and makes me feel good about eating delicious food. Had a cup of curry with 3/4 cup of quinoa, and my fiancé laughed at how I licked the bowl completely clean. Chopping the cauliflower got a little messy, but it'll get better with practice! I'll be eating leftovers for a few days!
Melanie Geraghty 20 Mar 2016
Now a favourite! I make this a couple times a month. I didn't use the raisins but I make a double portion so there are leftovers
Corbett W. 19 Jan 2016
I enjoyed this recipe but it was not my favorite. I think it really comes down to the fact that I just prefer other types of curry. A good meal but not a repeater for me.
Dermot M. 1 Nov 2015
Nice recipe - good combination of spices with cauliflower which loves these aromatic flavours. Chick peas also perfect; I will make this again, and see whether other options work besides red pepper/zucchini.