Hi, Ray here again.
Curry time again so once more I scan through the Curry Focus recipes. This time I was immediately attracted by the word “Easy” in the Easy Chicken Curry Recipe. And it looked an easy dish to prepare.
Out of the freezer came a couple of chicken breasts and I picked up some tomato paste and a bottle of cream when I was in the supermarket.
There wasn’t too much to do after cutting up the chicken, garlic and ginger.
I stir-fried the chicken for 5 minutes until it was well sealed.
Then I stir-fried the garlic, ginger and spices. I had to keep everything moving around the frying pan so that it wouldn’t stick.
Then in went the tomato paste, cream, chilli powder and salt.
A gentle simmer for 5 minutes before adding the chicken and simmering for 20 minutes.
I put the rice into the microwave not long after the chicken started simmering and chopped up the fresh coriander.
When it was all ready, the easy chicken curry was served on the rice with a garnish of fresh coriander.
The dinner guests soon devoured the curry. The overall opinion was that it was creamy and that the sauce was a bit runny. The curry had a great taste and there was a bit of a bite from the spices. Half of the dinner guests didn’t really like creamy curries but half did. Overall the curry rated 6 out of 10 and the heat rating was “medium to hot”.
The curry lived up its title. It was a very easy curry to make.
So if you like a creamy curry then why not try out the recipe? You’ll love the result.