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I converted this recipe to cook in a lg rice cooker,( no browned onions),it was very easy and dek= Delicious!
I enjoy your recipes, I really do but this is NOT Indian food by any stretch of the imagination!!!
This was my first time making indian curry- it was delicious! i used chicken breasts (1.25 lb), raw slivered almonds, 3+ tbs curry powder and 1.5 of turmeric. i also added 1/2 head cauliflower. the reason it got 4 instead of 5: i used brown basmati rice and had to cook it for an hour! also add 2 more cups of chicken broth. i forgot to rinse it (oops!) so maybe that was the problem? i will make it again.
Wonderful dish. Cooked it for the first time tonight and we love it. I used chicken breasts instead of thighs. Very easy to prepare. I can't wait to eat the leftovers tomorrow.
Wow! This was oustanding! I was intially unsure of how this would turn out with the rice cooked in the same pot, but I should not have worried. The rice, as well as the rest of the dish, was cooked perfectly! My entire family loved it, including my 3 1/2 year old, and my 1 year old couldn't get enough of the rice. Thank you for this tasty and easy to follow recipe! It is now in the regular rotation. :)
Family loved it!
I changed this to 4 servings and made it in my 5 cup rice cooker with no problems. Less dishes to wash! I used two rice cooker cups of rice and filled liquid to the 2 marker of the cooker. I used 2 tsp curry but would increase it next time as it wasn't very spicy. Other changes: used chicken breast cause that's what I had, and left out the butter.
This "IS" the most extraordinary dish. My husband loved it and I of course was so pleased. Just reading the ingredients I wouldn't think of making ONE change. I went to the store and bought more basmati rice because I wanted it to come out perfect, and it did. You're tops. Lolly