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  1. Vanessa

    You read my mind. I’m totally in the mood for Indian, and was looking for a good recipe. This is perfect!

  2. melomeals

    omg… I NEED this. I shouldn’t be craving Indian food.. I just made a Saag Paneer the other night… looks great.

  3. Ashley

    Made this tonight. I love when something comes up in my blogfeed that I want to make right away. Added some broccoli that needed to be eaten & it turned out great. Thanks for the recipe!

  4. heidi

    Would this work with a can of light coconut milk–it’s already in my pantry. I have everything else, and this sounds SO good! Just recently discovered your blog and have really enjoyed it. Thank you!

  5. Maria

    Do you think red lentils would work instead of tofu, similar to dahl?? Could the mustard seeds be omitted, I only have mustard powder.

  6. shannonmarie (rawdorable)

    You know how I love curry, and peas would be the perfect pop of color in this. Enjoy the holiday :-)

  7. Hannah

    I miss you I miss you I miss you and I’d eat ALL of this forever if it meant I got to move to Kansas City to be with you, even with double the coconut. And you know that’s saying something. ;) xoxoxo

  8. Kaycee @ FitFace

    this looks so.good. it’s too bad my husband would punch coconuts he hates them so much lol. next time I’m on my own for supper.. this is happening!

  9. Chelsea

    I love tikka masala, I’ve been looking for a good recipe for it, will definitely have to try this out, Thanks for sharing!

  10. Katherine @ Green Thickies

    Wow, this tikka masala looks amazing. I used to adore this years ago and I haven’t ever seen a healthy recipe for it before. I love the colour of it, I’m going to bookmark this for making at some point. Thank you for sharing this with Healthy Vegan Fridays

  11. Sarah

    I made this last week and my husband and I devoured it all! Wonderful recipe!

  12. Jess

    I made this and it was absolutely delicious!!!! I couldn’t find seeds for the spices and had to use ground but my hubby and I still gobbled it up! I also fried my tofu in olive oil on the side (seasoned with the recipe spices and Montreal chicken spice) because I wanted it crispy! Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Abigail

    I have to thank you. For months now I have tried cooking recipe after recipe to try to find the perfect tikka masala. They’ve all been good, but none were fantastic. Finally, I have found my answer in your recipe! It was wonderful. Thank you. I ended up using chicken instead of paneer or chicken, and it was great. My husband and I both thank you!!

  14. Ceara @ Ceara's Kitchen

    This looks delicious! Going to be the next meal I cook up when I’m in the mood for Indian food!!

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