Curry is one of my Favorite dishes and this is the first Curry recipe I ever tried to make It's still my Family's favorite. This recipe can be made in a few hours but is better if made over two days."Nice curry. I must admit that I thought it lacked a bit in flavour and so I added a chicken stock cube and some Worcestershire sauce and it was a lot tastier. Also added cashew nuts. Enjoyed it with some basmati rice and garlic bread, mmmm " - Lalucy23
Yield: 4 Servings Ready in 1 days
favorite of 613 people 359 people want to try
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|4 skinless boneless chicken breasts; cubed|
|16 ozPlain Yogurt|
|2 tspgrated ginger|
|8 clovesgarlic; crushed|
|2 tbspolive oil|
|1 largewhite onion|
|4 fresh green chili peppers; seeded and finely chopped|
|1/2 tbspground cumin|
|1/2 tbspground coriander|
|1 tspgrated ginger|
|1 cancoconut milk|
|Salt; to taste|
Chicken Curry Preparation
1.In a large bowl mix the yogurt, the grated ginger and half the garlic.
2. Mix chicken in with yogurt mixture and refrigerate over night. No less than two hours in fridge.
3. Heat oil in large pan mince and cook onion till brown about 10 mins. (The darker the sweeter)
4.Mix other half of garlic, half the chilies, the spices while waiting for onions to cook. Add to pan when onions are done.
5. This should make a paste. Slowly add in Coconut Milk while stiring. Cook for about 10 mins or until mixture starts to get really dry. (Ten minutes is an estimate depending on how high you are cooking it . The important thing here is for it to become dry, otherwise the end result can come out watery)
6. Add chicken yogurt mix. Heat on medium for 30 mins
7. Use the other half of the chilies on plates as desired.
Also try crumbling Feta into it to make it tangy as well as spicy.
I pour this over Jasmine Rice
If it's to dry you can add a little water to thin it out.
For me This meal is always better the next day after it has sat overnight.
Many people have commented that they will add veggies to this after cooking it for the first time. Please feel free to consider that as an option before making it. We have other food with this that keep us from needing to add veggies but please let me know if you come up with a great way to adjust this. I love hearing what others do to tweak and improve on my recipes for their families.
Some sides could be: Nan (Indian style flat bread), Paneer Aloo, or Saag
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