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Curry of Fury (in a Hurry!)

What you need: 

2 cans chick peas (drained and rinsed)
1 can coconut milk
1 can pineapple bits in juice
1 can diced tomatoes with chilies (don't drain)
1 can cut baby corn (drained and rinsed)
2 tablespoon curry powder (or to taste)
1 "serving" worth of favorite broth powder/paste
1 onion, finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced

What you do: 

Note: for "cans", each of the cans I used was roughly about 2 cups of "contents." You can adjust amounts or add other veggies, tofu, whatever to make it your own.
Prepare all ingredients (open cans). Rinse the beans and corn. The pineapple and tomato "juice" go into the pot!
In a medium pot, combine everything and let simmer for about 15 minutes, until heated through. Easy! Enjoy with rice.
You can add salt or other spices, but my curry mix is pretty good so I'm happy with it like this.

Preparation Time: 
10 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
4
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

This was okay. I only had plain tomatoes and I suspect that made a big difference because the end result was bland. Next time, I'll use tomatoes with chilis or add some kind of fresh pepper (the recipe needs some green). It came out edible but bland - I added a dash of garam masala, cumin, salt, and quite a bit of ground cayenne for heat.

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Had to substitue a mixture of about 1/4 plain soy yogurt + 3/4 plain unsweetened soy milk, probably didn't taste quite as rich and delicious as it could have but it was still amazing! I haven't had the best luck with curries and this was so easy and good. Thanks for the great recipe!

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This was good but not very spicy. I think next time I'll double up the curry powder and throw in some other spices. Thanks!

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OW WOW! THIS WAS THE BEST! we loved it! and we want to thank you for it!
I actually omitted the pineapple cause i didn't have any. :( But I think I'll try it with it next time for sure! And I added sliced carrots and about a 1/4 of a red pepper diced. I also added some garam masala and cayenne pepper. mmmmmmmmmMMMMMMMMMM! 
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I didn't think this was that great.  I ate half a bowl of it, and just couldn't get into it enough to finish it.  Probably wouldn't make this again.

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This is amazing!  I changed it up a bit - I omitted the pineapple cuz I don't like pineapple and I didn't have any broth powder.  I added a pinch of garam masala, cumin, and cayenne pepper too.  It was delicious!  I can't wait to eat the leftovers for lunch.  ;)b

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I thought this was kind of bland.  I added some seasonings of my own and it wasn't too bad, but not sure I would make it again.

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this was really good. thanks!  :)>>> i didnt have my camera so i couldnt take a picture. but it looked and tasted and smelt great. yummm...

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YUM!  I had fresh tomatoes that I didn't want to go bad, so I cut those up (skin and all) and used them instead of canned.  Also put in some seeded and chopped fresh hot peppers that I had to replace the chilis that should have been in the canned tomatoes.  I served it over quinoa because I was too lazy to wait 50 minutes for brown rice to cook.  This was ok, but I bet this would be REALLY good over brown rice as suggested.  I usually have to saute onions before adding to a dish because I don't like a strong "too raw" onion taste, but it was fine to just throw them into this recipe.  Thanks!

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My first successful curry recipe! The others I tried were less than memorable. Thank you, baypuppy.
I used only 1 Tbsp of curry too, maybe because the chilies in the can of tomato w/diced chilies already added a kick to this dish.

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