5 Reviews

Delicious! It was a bit unexpectedly on the mild side, maybe because of the yoghurt, so first I thought it was quite bland except for the cayenne which I used, too. But after some bites the other flavours came through, too, and I really loved it. I had leftovers which we had the next day, and it proved to be even better after standing one day :) Thanks for sharing!
Made for New African Tag Game.

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Mia in Germany March 26, 2012

Wonderful curry. Made as written, using a combination of cayenne and paprika. Added a handful of quartered prunes near the end. Thoroughly enjoyed for Zaar World Tour.

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Leggy Peggy July 11, 2008

This curry was excellent. I made it as stated, except I used boneless chicken thighs. The spice was just right for us, not too hot, and great flavor, thanks! Made this for ZWT4 for the Chic Chefs.

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Midwest Maven June 26, 2008

Very good. I put 1/2 cayenne and 1/2 paprika instead of choosing 1 tsp of either. I had chicken backs in the freezer and used those. Made for ZWT4 for the Chic Chefs.

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bigbadbrenda June 25, 2008

This was fantastic, amazing flavours and just so yummy. It's very similar to a recipe that I had from my Indian cooking class but without the yoghurt. I didn't use chicken, I used lamb but it didn't make any difference, it was still tender & very tasty. I also doubled the spices but then that's just me, I'm a spice nut. I just loved how the onions came out, beautifully flavoured and so gorgeous, I could go on all night about how wonderful this was. I'd give it 6 stars if I could! Thanks.

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LilKiwiChicken June 24, 2008
Kalya E Khaas (Traditional South African Chicken Curry)