It's amazing how much you can lift a good old vegetable stew by adding the right spices. I tried curry for this one because I wanted to warm it up, but this is wide open for experimentation. There's also no reason why other vegetables couldn't be added or substituted, but I think the tomatoes are essential here. Don't worry if it looks like way too much vegetables when you start cooking: they quickly soften and settle into their juices. If you're not in a hurry, leave it to stew longer on low heat to get even more flavour out of them.
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Ahh I liked this one a lot
It is a good and simple comfort food type of recipe
Here in the U.S. that vegetable is known as "zucchini".
BTW, I didn't know what it was either until I did a web search. Search engines are handy for answering questions like these.
I like to add a bit of cumin and paprika.
It also goes well with aubergine/eggplant...