Chicken Curry
Chicken Curry

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Chicken curry is a dish originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is common in the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, and Great Britain, as well as in the Caribbean. Curried chicken simmered in coconut milk and tomatoes makes for a mouthwatering hint of the tropics!

Chicken Curry is one of the most well liked of recent trending foods in the world. It is simple, it’s fast, it tastes delicious. It’s enjoyed by millions daily. Chicken Curry is something which I have loved my whole life. They are nice and they look wonderful.

To begin with this particular recipe, we must prepare a few components. You can cook chicken curry using 15 ingredients and 15 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Chicken Curry:
  1. Take 1-1.5 kls of Chicken Thighs (washed well)
  2. Get 1-2 carrots
  3. Take 1 medium to large potato
  4. Take 1 big red or green bell pepper
  5. Make ready If bell pepper is not available 3 "siling haba" will do
  6. Get 1 Curry powder (if you find not enough, add half or 1 pack)
  7. Make ready 1 can coconut CREAM
  8. Make ready 1 head garlic
  9. Prepare 1 big thumb size ginger
  10. Make ready 2-3 onions
  11. Make ready 2-3 tomatoes
  12. Take 2-3 leaves bay leaf
  13. Prepare 2 tbsp brown sugar
  14. Prepare 1/4 cup water
  15. Get 1/2 crushed black pepper

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Instructions to make Chicken Curry:
  1. Sautee chicken with very little oil. Mix from time to time but not all the time. Cover to cook well,and so heat would not escape.
  2. Add ginger half way of the chicken sauteeing.
  3. At this point you may add a little bit more canola oil. Add onions and tomatoes after a 1 to 2 minute interval. Continue sauteeing.
  4. Put curry powder after sauteeing and chicken is half done cooked.
  5. Add little water about 1/4 cup to let the ingredients combine and not get burnt.
  6. Check your heat temperature that it is not too high. Slow to medium cooking is recommendable as not to burn the sauce. (remember it has only little water, so it burns easily.) Watch your pot! Mix from time to time.
  7. Add coconut creme. Mix well.
  8. Add 1 to 2 tbsp patis. Taste to check saltiness and the blend of ingredients. (this is an important procedure - To taste)
  9. Let it simmer not boil. (FOR 20 MINS.) Again mix from time to time and taste how flavors are developing.
  10. Check the doneness of chicken by poking with fork. No blood should come out. And of course chicken should be tender.
  11. Add potatoes and carrots on a 3 to 4 mins interval. Make sure not to overcook the CARROTS.
  12. Add bell pepper or siling haba.
  13. Add 2 tbsp brown sugar. Mix well with ingredients.
  14. Add a half teaspoon pepper.
  15. Continue to simmer about 3 mins. Taste if satisfied. You may add sugar or patis accordingly. Then viola ready to serve.

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