5 Reviews

This was so tasty. I omitted the cumin and didn't have any bay leaves but it still turned out beautifully. My kiddies gobbled it all up! (that's why I omitted the cumin, for them) I did add about a cup and a half of water to the cooking mixture to create an au jus worth mopping up with the roti which I made from another recipe. Thx for the great recipe pdogg! :) — Feb 22, 2006 Edited to say that instead of adding water I covered the pot for the final simmer and the "au jus" turned out beautifully, thx again!

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LuckyMomof3 March 21, 2006

Made this, loved it, the only change I made was I added a small hot pepper to my chicken curry. I love spicy food. I used to eat roti as a child and missed it. This was easy to follow. I was able to freeze some roti for later use. You can heat up the roti in a microwave for approx 1 min. It comes out nice and fresh. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe.

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jcc324 June 10, 2015

I haven't made it yet but it sounds delicious

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colourmebadd August 10, 2012

Awesome recipe. Tasty, juicy and amazing! It was great on rice. Next time I make it I will go to the local store and pick up some roti shells to serve it on.

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Camden Cook December 19, 2008
Chicken Curry and Roti