Spicy beans and veggies, featuring the ubiquitous roasted tomatoes. A great side dish or vegetarian main.

Step 1: Saute Onions and Hot Peppers

2 medium onions, chopped
hot peppers, chopped (type/amount to taste; I used Serranos)
canola oil to coat pan

Add all ingredients to a large pot and cook over medium-high heat until the onions begin to soften.
would throwing in some potatoes mess up the recipe up?<br />
Hey, I just want to say that this is really good I made the cauliflower lentils with goat. And my family loved it. Can't wait to try another one of your recipes.... Thanks
I started making your recipe and then I realized I didn't have the tomatoes for it. I can tell you it definitely needs tomatoes. But I made a big enough pot of it that today I just added a can of tomatoes, being far to lazy to go through the process of making the roasted tomatoes... anyways, I turned it into a soup instead. Which I can say was delish. Thanks!
This was<strong> very</strong> tasty and definitely on our 'make again' list. I used some curry paste as well as the spices you mentioned and, as I didn't have any roasted tomatoes, I substituted sun-dried. It worked out wonderfully!<br/>
Lately, we purchased one of them <em>tajine</em> thingies, for the cooking of Middle Easterny sort of foods. I dunno what sort of arcane alchemic processes occur under that conical porcelain lid, but the results are mega- tasty. This recipe should work dandily in such a vessel.<br/>
I didn't have any cauliflower, so I used potatoes and mushrooms instead. It turned out pretty good. Yummy.
Wouldn't gee (butter) be more appropriate than Canola oil?
Definitely more authentic, but the lipid profile isn't as beneficial. I'm trying to tweak my diet where it doesn't matter- the taste difference between ghee and canola oil in this recipe is marginal, so I'll save ghee for things that I can taste the difference in, like paratha.
loos great, seems pretty authentic compared to recipies i use for curries. only one thing- your Afghani friend's mom probably never cooked a curry in her life. curries are Indian (and Pakistani), not Afghan. your friend liked it because it's not the usual western bland food ;-)
Well, she didn't call it a curry, and her mother uses individual spices including lots of fresh tumeric. I'm certainly taking a few creative liberties. Bland western food is unfortunate, and now unnecessary. ;)
I tried your recipe and it was very good.
Awesome! I'm glad you liked it.
Hmmm looks delicious! I should try it out some time!

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