I would like a chicken curry recipe for home, not too difficult, medium hot any ideas?
saute onion, garlic, pepper and ginger into skillet and then when done , put the curry powder and put to medium temp, then cook for two minutes
add the chicken, after five minutes add the cooconut milk, let it simmer for a medium temp
add little salt to taste, put parsley when it is cooked if you want
mild chicken curry
You can spice this one up if you like - it is pretty mild as is. Add a couple of fried chilli peppers.
Put Onion , Tomato , Curry powder , Garlic , Ginger , Chilli and Oil in blender to make fine paste .
Cook in first full fire and when start boil add Chicken and leave for slow fire . When oil comes up on top that means it ready .
Finish with Garam Masala and Garnish with fresh Coriander and served with Rice
Enjoy your meal
here's an easy & popular chicken currry:
For a quick curry what I generally do is marinate the diced chicken in garlic, ginger, chilli, coriander-cumin powder, tumeric, garam masala and lemon juice for at least a few hours (preferably a day) before using the typically bland store-bought paste recipe.
Fry chopped onion and optionally chopped red pepper in veg. oil for a minute or two. Add Patak's curry paste (Rogan Josh is good) and heat for a bit more. Add stock, and a bit of apple sauce and a handful of sultanas. Simmer for 20 minutes, stirring regularly.
If the chicken you're using is raw, add chunks of it immediately after you've poured in the stock. If you're using leftover cooked chicken, add it five minutes before the end.
A couple of minutes before the end, add a couple of ounces of ground almonds - it thickens the curry and adds a subtle nutty flavour. A tablespoon of natural yoghurt and/or a bit of creamed coconut is also good.
Serve with rice.
Had a curry like this tonight as it happens - YUM. And I've written a hub extolling the virtues of Patak's pastes if anyone's interested.
Aromatic Indian Chicken Curry Recipe
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Make-An- … cken-Curry
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