By JoyfulCook on February 17, 2006
Photo by Ingy
Photo by Ingy
"A tasty Northern Indian Curry - not too hot, and easy to prepare--extra chili or hot sambal can be added by the individual--if they are hot heads!!"
Serving Size: 1 (242 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I only had chicken breast meat to use, but it worked fine (kept a close eye so the chicken didn't overcook). We LOVED the flavor of this curry and will be making this recipe regularly. Thank you, Joyful, for a great recipe."
"This was fantastic! I altered the recipe slightly, only due to what I had available. I only had about 3 tablespoons of plain yogurt (bad planning on my part) so I used that plus a few tablespoons of heavy cream. Instead of adding 2 tomatoes, I used a can of diced tomatoes (including the juice). I lost a little bit of the curry color from this, but the flavor was awesome! I served this with rice and a big chunk of rustic bread."
"We absolutely loved this! It is mild, yet very tasty! Will definately make again. Thanks for a wonderful recipe!"
"Delicious! Great balance of flavours and it had a wonderful aroma while cooking.I also liked the idea of using whole chicken thighs to give the flavour plenty of time to develop without overcooking."
"Super delicious. We didn't have turmuric though, and it was still good. Blending the ingredients creates a kind of Curry Pesto which was nice. We added some veggies to the recipe as well at the end to make it a meal."
"Curry has become a real favourite at our house - this recipe got high fives! Other than using a combination of corriander/parsley mix I made as posted. Love garam masala and used the full teaspoon of chili powder. This was great served with Basmati rice. Made for the Auz/NZ Swap."
"I found this much less time-consuming than my other curry recipes, but it equalled in taste. My version was very green in colour - perhaps the result of too much coriander? Thanks for posting a great recipe (^0^)"
"This was my first curry and I loved it!!! Next time, and there will be one, I will add some chilies for more heat. This was easy, fast, and full of flavor. I served w/ corn raita, jasmine rice, naan, and roasted green beans. Thank you so much for an excellent recipe!!!"
"This was an excellent curry. I did add 2 serrono chilis to the onion mixture to kick up the heat a bit and found the mixture rather thick, so I thinned with a bit of evaporated milk which yielded the perfect texture. Thank you JoyfulCook for sharing the recipe."
"the best chicken recipe I have made in a very long time. was great with couscous. I also used canned tomato and it was still pretty. thank you again for a great recipe"