Comment by Jennifer Golden
I'm as far from an I Dian ethnicity as it gets but am wholly in love with your cuisine! Trying my hand at this dish tonight and have to say my home smells delectable!
Hi Jennifer, Thanks for trying the recipe and leaving your comments. How did you enjoy the dish? Do try other recipes too. Do ask if you have any questions.
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Thanks for the reply.... it was delicious and my husband raved about it!!!! I will be trying the other recipes for sure.
Comment by Deepika Nathan
Hi Dahlia! This recipe turned out really well.. Is there a way we can make this vegetable dry-ish instead of in the gravy style? Thanks!
Yes you can. In the same recipe, skip the coconut milk and reduce the spices.
Comment by RESHMA TONSE
This Squash recipie is very easy. A small piece of Jaggary will make it Superb.
Hey Reshma. Thanks for sharing your comments and tips.
Comment by pranil jadhav
really i like thise recipe. and the method to make thise recipe is so eassy. thanxs mam.
Thank You Pranil.
Comment by Jyothi Nair
May I know what do u call "Yellow squash" in Malayalam please?
Hi Jyothi, I dont think this vegetable is found in India. Hence it may not have a malayalam name. But you can try the same recipe with any squash varieties like Bottlegourd (Churakkai), Ashgourd (Kumbalainga), Pumpkin (Matthanga) etc.
Comment by Megha Suryawanshi
I tried this recipe today and my husband who doesn't like squash much, loved the curry.
Good to know that your husband liked the curry. I'll soon be posting more curries with squash.
Comment by Ash F. on 11 August 2009 23:02PM
thanks for the recipe...will try it tonight!
sure... do try and come back with the feedback...
Comment by Kris Mavity on 22 July 2009 16:50PM
I am an American trying to impress my wife's family. Your recipe worked! My in laws said it was lovely. They already know I make the best Aloo Gobi in the States, but this gave me another dish to work on and perfect. On the first try though - they were quite impressed. Thanks.
I don't know if this post will be answered or not but if it is - I have suddenly taken a real interest in Hing, or asafoetida. If you have any recipes where this features prominently or if you can give me tips on using it effectively, I would love to hear back from you.
Best regards, Kris
Hi Kris, Good to hear about you cooking skills. Do continue to try many more new dishes.
About hing, it is used in many gravies and pickles. Since it is said to aid digestion and reduce flatulence, it is mainly used in any recipe made with lentils or potatoes. Most of the dals, sambhar, rasam, buttermilk curry has a prominent flavour of hing. Do go through the different vegetarian curry recipes in the website. You can see that most of them use hing.
Comment by dicksha golap on 10 June 2009 09:48AM