Here’s a simple yet delicious chicken curry recipe that’ll fit nicely into the low-carb portion of your bodybuilding lifestyle.
Heat the olive oil in a pan on medium-high heat.
Add your chicken until the ‘pinkness’ is gone
Now add the tomatoes, broth, wine (water) and curry powder
Bring it all to the boil, then reduce heat.
Cover and let simmer for 20 minutes (the mixture will reduce in size)
Now add your cream and simmer for a further 5 minutes. This thickens up the sauce
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billy_miller 1y agoBrilliant recipe! I'm a young noob when it comes to whipping up anything other than a micromeal! I found this easy to follow and the end result was a brilliant munch for myself!
setyrrell 1y ago
LaTriciaM 1y agoThis is SUPER good!!!! My two picky eaters ate this and loved it. Second time around I added some multi colored frozen bell peppers. Yummie!!
LaTriciaM 1y agoSUPER DELICIOUS!!! I added much more curry. ALL 3 of my children ate it. Definitely making again
aib123 1y agoLove this as a good base recipe! I spice it up with garlic and onion powder, garam masala, and turmeric, along with seasoning the chicken with salt and pepper before cooking. I also add a cornstarch slurry to help thicken the sauce. Super yummy!
jwhitty213 2y agoIt was a bit watery, but still delicious. I followed the other reviews and seasoned my chicken first with salt, pepper, garlic, and curry powder. The rest was done to the letter.
Lomel 2y agoWill try again. My husband loved it. I served it over quinoa and we both added extra curry, salt and pepper to taste.
thepattonian 2y ago
STbre 2y agoGreat, but you need to season meat while browning, it brings out flavor. I added tomatoes with green chilies for extra spice.
julesqkennedy 2y agoI added yogurt instead of cream, raisins, some cloves, and twice the recommended wine to get a taste I really like.