This is the quintessential north Indian style chicken curry, with the onion and tomato based gravy. It is a simple home-style version, but the texture and bright appetizing color make it suitable for company as well.
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Ksabelis , 1 weeks agoI left out the heat due to 2 toddlers eating it and added the heat back by eating it with sambal oelek. It was still delicious! I also only used 1 tsp of salt, added peas and simmered it longer (2 hrs?) in a Dutch oven. I had trouble with the onion mixture burning while I was cooking the chicken (not enough liquid in the pan) and had to transfer to a second pot (Dutch oven). Next time I'll just cook it in a Dutch oven. Planned on freezing the leftovers but couldn't resist eating it again the next night!!
Marc9852 , 2 months agoMake this at home and skip the Lunchtime Lunch buffet!
mogriff1 , 3 months agoVery good dish! This was my first time making Curry chicken and it wont be my last....using this recipe of course! I didnt have green chilies so I used green peppers and added chili powder. I only had 3 oz of greek yogurt so I added 5 oz of sour cream to it. All of the flavors worked well together. My hubby enjoyed it....he said he felt like he was dining at an Indian restaurant! I brought a serving in to work the next day for a coworker who is an avid Big Ove user, and he said would not change a thing! Maybe next time I'll add green peas to it. A+
kmchebli , 3 months agoVery tasty! I left out the chilli and used a bit more herbs. I also added a knob of butter when the chicken was browning.
Brokk66 , 4 months agoI've made this 3 times. I use olive oil and substitute the cilantro with scallions. Even the kids love it!
JackGustafson , 4 months agoThis was delicious. Easier to make than I thought and the spices were just right.
BrianDawn , 5 months ago
jasonwiles , 6 months agoJust finished making this tonight! Incredible!! Reminds me of my curry recipe and really came out great. May throw the finished product in my crockpot next time, just to let the spices mix for longer. . Great recipe!!!!
Tempor , 6 months agoGood recipe but I will leave out the cayenne pepper next time as it was too hot for the kids.
tep4jc , 6 months agoDefinitely good.
fdeane08 , 7 months agoDelish!! Loved it! I had to fight my boyfriend off to get some, he ate the rest of it
paulfitzpatrick , 8 months agoExcellent, easy to make definite keeper
Uwe74 , 8 months agoAn absolute winner. No fail recipe I think. Have made this twice now. Only change I made was to add more masala for stronger taste. Thank you!
Timunission , 8 months agoThis was delicious will definitely cook this again....instead of adding the chicken (as I was cooking for a vegetarian as well) keep the chicken (breast in this case) separate, marinade it in the left over yogurt, curry powder, cayenne pepper, tomato puree, salt and pepper. Stick it under the grill on a medium to high heat for 6 minutes each side, pour the sauce on top when its on your plate...garnish with lemon wedges....beautiful!!! Any sauce left? Freeze it, remembering to defrost thoroughly and warm up very slowly when you want to use it again
Jasminedye89 , 9 months agoColor ended up more yellow orange than red. I added more spices for extra kick and it STILL turned out bland tasting. :(
janf59 , 9 months ago
Hatcherdm , 9 months agoBest flavor yet of the Indian recipes- only reason I didn't give all stars was my fault--I didn't have chicken thighs so used breasts instead, and they were a bit dry. Great dish
Firebyrd , 9 months agoAbsolutely one of the finest flavored curries I've eaten. It's great with the Naan bread that's linked at the bottom, too!
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