What a Fabulous Dish! I made this last night, and my boyfriend said it's the best dish I've ever cooked for him! He couldn't stop complimenting the dinner! I did double the cayenne pepper and curry powder as previously suggested, and also added the yougurt and cilantro to the simmering pan versus serving them as a garnish. Thanks so much for a keeper!
Excellent and easy. Has a wonderful flavor all its own, not a typical curry. Raisins give it a nice hint of sweet amid the spice. My wife loved it. Definite keeper.
For as easy as it was to prepare, this was a pretty good curry. I mean, it's not going to replace my proper "take forever to make" curry recipe, but as the name suggests, it was good in a hurry :)
Super easy! I cut the cayenne down to 1/8 tsp for my kids, who fear spicy food, and added a cup of frozen peas as a veggie. The tomato paste & raisins made it a little sweet, which probably would be offset if I had included more cayenne. Everyone asked for seconds! Will make again.
I've made this recipe 3 times, and both my husband and I love it! I also put the cilantro and yogurt directly into the sauce as others have mentioned. A perfect amount of spiciness when paired with rice. I made this along with sugar snap peas cooked in a bit of oil with garlic, ginger, salt and pepper.
I have made this recipe several times now, and it's always a favorite! We skip the raisins and add lots of veggies like mushrooms, extra onions, corn or broccoli. Thanks for posting!!
Loved this recipe! I used dark raisins instead of golden, but followed the recipe exactly otherwise. It was delicious! I will be adding this to the regular dinner rotation.
Definitely a 5-star recipe. Next time I make this, I will probably skip the salt in the flour due to the saltiness of the chicken base I used for my broth. Bought madras (hot) curry powder and it was soooo good. Did not use the raisins - I just don't like fruit in meat dishes; did not use the cilantro because I forgot to buy it; and forgot to add a dollop of yogurt and it was still superb! I served it over white rice cooked in coconut milk. Perfect!
That was AMAZING!!!! - I followed the recipe exactly except I made it a bit lower in fat and Sugar: I used 1/4 cup sultana raisins instead of 1/3. I also used cooking spray instead of the oil. Lastly, as recommended by the others, I added the coriander and yogurt during the simmering phase along with some Mushrooms. SOOOO GOOD - Going to be in my cookbook for sure!