10 Reviews

I only had chicken breast meat to use, but it worked fine (kept a close eye so the chicken didn't overcook). We LOVED the flavor of this curry and will be making this recipe regularly. Thank you, Joyful, for a great recipe.

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Princess Pea June 22, 2013

This was fantastic! I altered the recipe slightly, only due to what I had available. I only had about 3 tablespoons of plain yogurt (bad planning on my part) so I used that plus a few tablespoons of heavy cream. Instead of adding 2 tomatoes, I used a can of diced tomatoes (including the juice). I lost a little bit of the curry color from this, but the flavor was awesome! I served this with rice and a big chunk of rustic bread.

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Ingy January 22, 2007

We absolutely loved this! It is mild, yet very tasty! Will definately make again. Thanks for a wonderful recipe!

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*sweetomato* December 10, 2006

Delicious! Great balance of flavours and it had a wonderful aroma while cooking.I also liked the idea of using whole chicken thighs to give the flavour plenty of time to develop without overcooking.

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Peter J March 12, 2013

Super delicious. We didn't have turmuric though, and it was still good. Blending the ingredients creates a kind of Curry Pesto which was nice. We added some veggies to the recipe as well at the end to make it a meal.

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chefdownunda April 13, 2012

Curry has become a real favourite at our house - this recipe got high fives! Other than using a combination of corriander/parsley mix I made as posted. Love garam masala and used the full teaspoon of chili powder. This was great served with Basmati rice. Made for the Auz/NZ Swap.

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Gerry July 30, 2010

I found this much less time-consuming than my other curry recipes, but it equalled in taste. My version was very green in colour - perhaps the result of too much coriander? Thanks for posting a great recipe (^0^)

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Mellowpuff January 02, 2010

This was my first curry and I loved it!!! Next time, and there will be one, I will add some chilies for more heat. This was easy, fast, and full of flavor. I served w/ corn raita, jasmine rice, naan, and roasted green beans. Thank you so much for an excellent recipe!!!

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Mrs.Jack June 01, 2008

This was an excellent curry. I did add 2 serrono chilis to the onion mixture to kick up the heat a bit and found the mixture rather thick, so I thinned with a bit of evaporated milk which yielded the perfect texture. Thank you JoyfulCook for sharing the recipe.

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BonnieZ January 28, 2008

the best chicken recipe I have made in a very long time. was great with couscous. I also used canned tomato and it was still pretty. thank you again for a great recipe

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fran April 03, 2007
Chicken and Yoghurt Curry