- 1 onion (medium, diced)
- 2 garlic cloves (crushed)
- 400 grams chopped tomatoes
- 400 grams chickpeas (drained)
- 100 grams spinach
- 10 grams coriander (cilantro)
- 1/2 ground coriander (a tsp each of, paprika, cumin, turmeric and cayenne)
- 1 pinch sea salt (and black pepper)
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Jonathon Gambetta 8 days ago
Was very simple and fun, a great dish if you are starting to cook or play with spices, remember to wash your coriander 😝
Liza Hill 20 days ago
So simple but yet so very tasty, a definite winner in our house.
Figueroa a month ago
So easy and so yummy! Used ready mixed curry powder
Miss Christy a month ago
Very good. Easy to cook and fast. I make this with chicken tacos 😁👍
Ayooluwa Olateju a month ago
Excellent with brown rice
Rawlins a month ago
lovely light curry enjoyed by all the family
Greaves 2 months ago
So simple I'd definitely make this again. Used garam masala instead of cumin and it worked nicely
John Wright 3 months ago
Great! Perhaps a spoon of sweetener to counteract the acidity of the tomatoes but otherwise the spice combo is perfect
Yasmin W. 3 months ago
Super tasty and easy to make. I didn’t have any cayenne pepper but added chilli powder and it tasted great. Defiantly will make again and maybe add more vegetables
Sue H. 3 months ago
Great with kale instead of spinach & reduced cayenne to one-quarter tsp.
Colin 4 months ago
Very tasty. Allow more than 10 minutes first time around but now I know what to prep, it will be easy next time.
Gareth Morris 4 months ago
THE RECIPE HAS ENOUGH CAYENNE PEPPER!! I added a little extra thinking there wasnt enough..I was wrong! really good recipe
Cedric Anné 4 months ago
Easy and quick. Tasted great with some couscous!
Julianna Antczak 5 months ago
Very easy and tasted amazing.
SavvyHomeChef 5 months ago
Great taste and mouth feel. Very filling served with rice and a green salad. Don’t use the oil and use a low fat spray and this is SW free food
Stephen Brady 6 months ago
Comforting. I have added a stock cube which helped.
Terese 6 months ago
Very tasty and really quick to prepare. Added some cooked new potatoes and cooked curly kale .
Guste Zarn 6 months ago
It ended up tasting amazing
Michelle Tudor 6 months ago
Turned out really well - added a little Creme fraiche too!
Marc Buz 7 months ago
I altered it slightly by adding a few additional spices. However it was really nice. I accompanied it with sweet potato fries and broccoli rice
Jeffery 7 months ago
Great 😊 used kale instead of spinach, was really good
Amy 7 months ago
Yum yum yum! So easy. Healthy and satisfying. Served it with rice.
You Look Sexy 😁 9 months ago
Fantastic recipe, quick and easy
Simone M. a year ago
This is my favourite ‘go to’ recipe! I double the spice allowances, and add boiled paneer and peas. A firm weekly favourite in our household 👌🏽
John a year ago
Very good, authentic tasting spicy curry which is a doddle to make!
Roberta Darlin a year ago
Really tasty added lentils to mine
Billy a year ago
Great Easty meal to make. To get the best flavour, need to simmer for a lot longer. I simmered for 40 mins along with adding a few extra spices to give it that kick. But simple and very healthy
Paul Gardiner a year ago
Gr8 m8 Splendid. Would make again.
Myles a year ago
It turned out amazing I added beef smoked sausage to it and it made it even better. Along with being very quick and easy to make it tastes amazing.
Mark S. a year ago
Great! Would recommend a wok to make mixing easier, preferably with a lid so the spinach can just be placed on top and gently steamed. Perfect for when you’re in a rush though or have had a long day