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Old 10th June 2012, 16:56   #1 (permalink)
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my indian chicken curry

step 1

chop 3 large onions and fry in a liberal ammount of olive oil until soft.
chop 2" or 25 grams of ginger and full bulb of garlic.
add to softened onions for 5/6 minutes.
add 750ml of water and bring to boil,turn down to gentle boil for 20 mins.
leave to cool.

step 2
in a seperate pan put 2 large spoonfulls of olive oil heat then add 1 teaspoon of paprika,desert spoon of tomato paste and mix.
add 1 tin of chopped tomato's cook for 15 mins then allow to cool.

step 3
blend all ingredients of step 1.
rinse blender and blend ingredients of step 2

You now have the base ingredients to most indian curries.

Now the curry

step 1

put 2 large spoons of olive oil in a frying pan, add 1 teaspoon of turmeric and 1 ladel of step 1 mix. then fry diced chicken. you can repeat this a few times as chicken can be stored in fridge for 3/4 days.

step 2

put 1 large spoon of olive oil in frying pan and add good pinch of dried fenugreek leaves,1 teaspoon of ground cumin and half teaspoon of chili powder quickly add 3 ladelspoons of step 1 mix followed quickly by your required ammount of chicken.

step 3

add 1 ladel of step 2 mix and stir for 2 mins.
add half teaspoon of garam masala stir for 1 minute.
stir in 1 desertspoon of ghee if you have it.(it does make a good investment for authentic taste)
add a sliced fresh tomato.
add fresh coriander on top and serve.


step 1 mix will keep for a few days in fridge or 4 weeks in freezer.

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Re: my indian chicken curry

thanks for that
i bet its really good too
can you make ghee yourself....i was once told its clarified butter
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Sounds good,
I make a lot of curries, doing an egg and spinach tonight.
Ive never used olive oil in a curry before i use ghee or veg oil normaly.
Is there any cooking reason for using olive oil.
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Re: my indian chicken curry

i used to use veg oil for years until an asian friendtold me to try olive instead. i did and i found it a better flavour so stuck with it.
Shirley. i have never attempted to make my own ghee but yes it is clarified butter.
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Oh what time shall we come round for dinner, it sounds damn yummy, you will have Miss Moneypenny salivating, she loves a good curry, and is not far from you, lol.

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