easy chicken curry recipe

easy chicken curry recipe
chicken curry recipe
easy chicken curry recipe

easy chicken curry recipe

Hello everyone,

Want new flavors, want a different touch in your cooking, want a culinary escape in this cold weather… Head to India for a very spicy chicken curry that will make you sweat in this cold weather. It must be said that I find that Indian cuisine and very spicy Mexican cuisine always find their place in my kitchen in winter. In addition it pushes us to hydrate ourselves well, hihihihi one thing that we do not do well in this season, hihihihihi!

When I first made this dish years ago, I waited for my husband’s reaction with my eyes and ears wide open. He who loves chicken curry a lot and often ate it in takeaway dishes from his favorite restaurant, he liked the recipe so much that since then he doesn’t buy chicken curry anymore, he even gave me a good note by telling me your curry and a thousand times better, because it is not sweet like that of the restaurant…. yesiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.

Serve this delicious chicken curry with naan cheese or pita bread.

chicken curry

Curry for me has become a spice that should never leave my drawer, and there is also the curry paste that I often buy to make biryani or many other curry or dhal recipes:

Indian cuisine is one of the best cuisines I have discovered in over 15 years, which I keep exploring, and keep wanting to hold “The recipe” for each dish, I often go to a Indian restaurant and each time I ask for a different dish, and each time I go home to look for the recipe. I find plenty of them, and I try them almost all of them until I manage to find exactly the same taste as the one I tasted at the restaurant, and I admit it’s not always a success!

Like for example, for 1 year now I’ve been looking for the recipe for the dish “Aloo palak” based on spinach and with a few pieces of potatoes, although I don’t really like the spiciness, but this dish I I often order at the restaurant, I eat it and I cry, and I go home to redo the dish whether it’s following a recipe from YouTube, or on blogs, but I never got the right result!! sniff sniff

chicken curry
chicken curry
chicken curry

chicken curry

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Preparation time 20 min

Cooking time 50 min

Total time 1 h 10 min

type of dish dish, full dish

Kitchen indian cuisine

for the marinade:

  • pieces of chicken of your choice
  • 150 ml natural yogurt
  • 1 vs. tablespoons vinegar
  • 1 vs. tablespoons ginger grated fresh
  • 1 vs. tablespoons garlic grated
  • 1 vs. tablespoons masala powder coriander powder, spicy powder, fennel seeds powder, cardamom powder, cumin powder, fenugreek powder, clove powder, black pepper powder
  • prepare the marinade one night before or at most 6 hours before cooking the dish.

  • wash the skinless chicken, place the pieces in a large bag or large bowl with the following ingredients: Yogurt, ginger, crushed garlic, masala powder and vinegar.

  • massage the chicken pieces well with the marinade, cover and place in the fridge.

  • The next day, in a large saucepan over medium heat, sauté the onions for 2 minutes in a little olive oil.

  • then add the ginger, bay leaf, cardamom, cinnamon, salt and pepper and cook for at least 3 minutes.

  • Add the chicken and crushed red peppers and mix well for about 5 minutes.

  • Now add the tomato puree and garlic paste, then cook until you start to see the juices and the sauce starts to thicken, then add the water.

  • simmer over low heat for 45 to 50 minutes (add water as needed without basting too much).

  • Serve the dish with homemade naan

chicken curry

So if you think you have the right recipe for this dish, I’m waiting for you to give it to me, and in the meantime, I’ll give you some Indian recipes that I’ve tested and approved:

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