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Cooking the curry powder for a minute before adding the sweet potatoes helps to deepen its flavor. For a spicier dish, use Madras curry powder instead of regular.

Source: Everyday Food, March 2004
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  • CassandraRobin_
    3 AUG, 2011
    Very satisfying meal - didn't even miss the meat! I used spicy curry - wonderful flavor, and the end result was not spicy in the least, and I served this over brown rice. My husband loved it too!
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  • MS12157780
    4 JAN, 2011
    I am out of cauliflower, so I am going to use half a head of green cabbage instead and of course with me, I always use twice as much garlic (yes I know there is no garlic listed, and why isn't there?) My Indian friend always cooked with tons of garlic, tomatoes and chick peas and always white rice. I don't like whtite rice, but once in a blue mon okay. And I get the best Madras curry at Hung Thinh Supermarket on Normandy and Lane.
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  • cherie9
    21 DEC, 2010
    I love curry and this one turned out pretty good. Excellent vegetarian dish. I ran out of mild curry powder after just a tbs or so, so I added a hot red curry paste. Also added a bit of garam masala powder, and I used red lentils. I didn't have plain yogurt, so I served this with a little creme fraish. Yum!
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  • paintingstudent
    10 APR, 2010
    I love it-vegetarian and healthy-and beautiful too-It is better than any curry I've tasted,Thai or Indian~ I have to say I just received my Body Soul by Martha for April and Living for May-Just Beautiful too and I cannot wait to try all of the Earth day and Egg and healthiest recipes I've ever seen in my whole life!
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  • Suurje
    29 DEC, 2009
    We found this curry to be very bland, even though I used hot curry powder. I won't make this again!
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  • sjt
    26 NOV, 2008
    I made this and accidentally doubled the cauliflower, and the water. The portion was huge! But it was yummy, filling and healthy!
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  • magdalaszlo
    22 MAR, 2008
    I'd say you might use either. You need to be a little flexible with cooking and go with what you like and have on hand. Don't worry, it's not chemistry!
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  • jtinsouthport
    31 DEC, 2007
    your directions include "tomatoes and their juices" ... but there are no tomatoes listed under ingredients ... how many/much tomatoes? ... canned or fresh? ( .... thank you in advance for your reply)
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