Whoa! This is crazy-delicious!
Curry and watermelon...never thought of these two ingredients together but more than willing to give a go!PS we missed you guys...
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this is wild! Can't wait to try.
Wow, how creative! I bet the combo of spicy and sweet is fantastic!
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This is the first time I see watermelon in Curry and be cooked.:)Would like to try sometime. http://bendabenda.blogspot.ca
I'm a new follower, so happy to see a new post! This sounds interesting :)
Cute! Tried it with a very ripe melon instead of watermelon. 7/10. Next time will add some onion too.
what an interesting sauce substitute!
What size watermelon are we talking? A regular grocery store large one or a baby one?
Anonymous — We tried this a couple times and used round watermelons of different sizes. Smaller melons make thicker sauce and smaller portions. Whatever is available to you should work fine. However, we never tried one of those gigantic, oval-shaped ones.
Wow, truly original I really want to try this!
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This is so yummy! I added extra spices (chilli, nutmeg and coriander seed) and red onion, celery and cucumber to the sauce and served it with plain soy yoghurt and hot mango chutney. My date was very impressed!
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That looks amazing!
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[ Smiles ] Your curried watermelon recipe looks easy to follow.
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How many people does this much serve?
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Anonymous: This makes about 2 servings, as do most of the recipes on the blog.
I can't find any watermelons right now in France. With what other fruit can I substitute it?
Thank you :)
Hi Anonymous,Tomatoes will work well in this recipe. We also think that strawberries may work, but we have not tried this yet. It would be a daring experiment.Hope this helps.
Mine tasted like chai tea with your recipe,but I added more salt and 2 red onions+ sprinkle of seasoned salt.I used only 2 big garlic cloves and teaspoon of olive oil,without tofu which I replaced with homemade almond silky cheese(mix of almond milk and thickener).I don't know what kind of curry spice do you use,maybe it has salt and different composition of spices?Mine has:tumeric,mustard,coriander,black pepper,garlic,chilli,ginger.So with this correction it turned out very tasty.Served it with cooked oats.
Hi! I'm the Anonymous from France that commented before, I did it with mango and it was amazing! thanks!
We read every comment received (except spam), and we try to respond to direct questions within the week. If we take longer to answer a question, it's usually because you've suggested something for the recipe or posed a problem, and we are gathering ingredients and re-making the recipe to double check its effectiveness. Thanks for the comments, and happy cooking! —The Vegan Stoner