But that is the beauty of making curry. Like Aaron says: "Develop your own style. There is no one right way."
He added that the most important thing is that you taste as you go.
It's a surprise every time because you add as you taste.
Add the mixture to the onion and garlic and let it simmer on medium heat for about 5 minutes.
The perfect amount of chili powder gives a kick at the end, not in the beginning.
When the potatoes are soft, add ½ can coconut milk and turn up the heat.
You can add any kind of vegetables to your curry. Aaron usually also adds bell peppers and carrots.
Aaron made the rice in a Korean rice cooker since that is the easy way to make rice in Korea. If long grain rice is easily available to you, then he recommends making that in a pot on the stove top.
Garnish your curry with cilantro and lemon.