I cooked this yesterday and I think it was the best curry I've ever cooked. I really would have been pleased with that if I'd been served it in a restaurant. Lovely!
I had all ingredients on hand so decided to make this curry using thigh fillets cut into cubes. The only change I made apart from cutting the chicken into cubes was to half the chilli. The heat is now perfect and it is a very tasty curry. I was surprised at the sweetness of this curry as I normally have to add extras like fruit chutney or marmalade to sweeten to my liking. A tasty curry and it makes me feel better about myself knowing I made it from scratch rather than opening a jar.
Absolutely delicious! Went down a storm! Wouldn't say its complicated, but if you don't enjoy cooking probably not for you, however I loved the process, the aromas coming from each pan! A must-try for anyone looking for the perfect Karahi :)
what a delicious curry! Such deep flavours ! Will definetely make this again and again !
This is the Karahi recipe I've been searching for, for years! Wonderful flavour and very definitely worth the effort. Like the other reviewer said, not too hot, but perfect if you like spicy flavour without the gagging for water effect. Also, Karahi is supposed to be a milder flavour and my kids (4 & 6) love it. I've simplified repeats by basically making up a batch of the spices, so I can create the base much more easily and use this in my slow cooker for about 6 hours... just throw everything in at the same time. The amazing flavours just improve. I've also added both spinach and cauliflower on different occasions to improve the overall vege content. First time I've actually liked cauliflower! I want to try the base sauce with lentils and also with prawns.Many thanks, wish you'd post more recipes!
Good, a little complicated and not very hot though. I added some dried red chill peppers and fresh green chili peppers, and then it was perfect!