Good. I used nonfat yogurt without any problems.
Chickpea Curry with Yogurt
GayleR Posted: 02/14/11
JasonM Posted: 05/15/09
This was just exploding with lots of exotic flavors. It was 100% worth the extra effort to seek out the whole spices called for. I used fat free greek-style yogurt instead of whole milk yogurt (by accident, actually), but the texture of the greek yogurt made up for whatever might've been lost by the lower fat content. It was very flavorful and creamy. We will definitely make this again.
annbrag Posted: 09/13/11
My family really enjoyed this. Even the kids. It was delicious. We omitted the pepper and it was perfect.
KCSeattle Posted: 09/09/11
This dish is delicious!!! Easy to make and made the whole house smell amazing.
Theresa00 Posted: 08/15/12
I have made this dish a number of times now and am thrilled with its fool-proof results that just burst with flavor every time. Also it is the first curry I have ever made that did not call for "curry powder" which can really vary in taste depending on what blend you get. It is now my go-to recipe for any event when I expect vegetarians in the house....but omnivores like it too!
lovemysouschef Posted: 06/12/12
I was so disappointed in this dish after reading all these wonderful reviews! It held such promise with so many wonderful spices, and it smelled great as it cooked and had a great texture. However, the flavor was seriously lacking. I tried adding salt, pepper, more garam masala, more tomatoes, etc., all to no avail. Again, it had great texture but very little flavor, especially considering all the tasty ingredients. I won't be making it again.
Heidelind1 Posted: 04/09/14
I made this twice. The first time I followed the recipe exactly and was not impressed. I made it again last night and this time added more salt and pepper (so simple) and that made all the difference for me. My husband repeatedly mentioned how much he liked it. And yes, even my four year old ate it, although it took some effort to get him to try it.