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The recipe is a little vague at times but is not very difficult. Great prep time and quality. Would add cumin for increased spiciness.

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spiceoflif3 July 27, 2010

This was so quick to make and very easy to put together. I really like the technique on heating the sugar before adding the chicken, very unique. I think if I make this again I would add some chopped carrots and peas just to make it more of a complete meal. I also couldn't get the curry to thicken up however it was still very yummy. Thanks so much Jenny Butt for posting your recipe.

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Chef floWer April 13, 2010

This was SO easy to make! I used 2 tablespoons of curry powder & found it was too much for me & the kids, my husband loved it though. I must have used too much water I think because even when I mashed up some of the spuds, it was still very watery. If I make this again, I would definitely try it with a roti bread wrap, or with beef instead of chicken.

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delnz99 February 02, 2006

I knew this would be something my husband would like - and I was right, the aromas had drawn him out of the side garden and into the kitchen. I had to play with the recipe a little even though my darling likes a spicy currey the rest of the family are cowards. I used 2 tblspoons currey powder which I found too hot (I know I'm a baby)and had to use the coconut cream suggested in your meat currey recipe to cool things down. Next time I will use only 1 tblspn currey powder, 1 tblspn salt and 3 of sugar. Thanks for sharing Jenny, it was a lovely dinner.

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Catherine Robson January 02, 2005
Jenny's Chicken Curry