I've never made the perfect one. There's always an ingredient missing so each one I've made is a little different but they are always popular. In fact, I am known for it. Delicious & so easy. One pot cooking is my favourite.
I was initially inspired by the Hari Krishna one & they do not use garlic or onions & there's is a mung bean.
I will try & give an idea of measurements but I just guesstimate. The great thing is you can vary it depending on what you have in the kitchen.
1 -2 tins/cups lentils- there must always be lentils but sometimes I add chick peas as well
1 tin chopped tomatoes
1 tin coconut milk
fresh ginger chopped fine or grated, heaps of it say, 1/3 cup & ginger powder
sugar to taste(palm sugar is best)
1 x medium sweet potato
1 x potato
1/3 of a large cauliflower
chop veggies fairly small
Fry dry spices first with fresh ginger in the oil
add veggies & continue for a few minutes
then all wet ingredients & oregano & level desert spoon sugar(you can leave sugar out if you prefer)
Bring to the boil, then high simmer for 20 mins. than low simmer for an hour(you don't have to do it for that long but it' s better)
Serve with some basmati rice, you won't need salt because of the soy & season with pepper if you like.