Anne's Chicken Curry in a Hurry

A very quick and easy mild curry so very simple to prepare and cook. One day, my wife, Anne, thought that she would conjur up a quick and simple dish that had a bit of flavour without much fuss. She succeeded and we now have this fairly often when we want a change from routine

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  • Heat the oil in a large frying pan and lightly brown the chicken pieces all over. Remove from pan and drain on kitchen paper.
  • Add the curry powder to the frying pan in the remaing oil and stir well to mix. Continue to cook and stir for about 3 minutes.
  • Add the mushroom soup to the curry powder. Put a little cold water into the tin and rinse round then empty this into the frying pan. Mix well and heat until it begins to bubble.
  • Place the chicken pieces into a casserole dish and pour over the soup mixture. Place into the oven (preheated to Gas 4/180 deg C/160 deg C fan).
  • Cook for approx 45 minutes or until the chicken is tender.
  • Serve with Basmati rice. For a nice change, add a tsp of turmeric powder to the boiling water before adding the rice - this presents the rice with a pleasant yellow colour instead of boring 'white'.
  • Enjoy.
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"A very quick and easy mild curry so very simple to prepare and cook. One day, my wife, Anne, thought that she would conjur up a quick and simple dish that had a bit of flavour without much fuss. She succeeded and we now have this fairly often when we want a change from routine"
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  1. ResyopUK
    A very quick and easy mild curry so very simple to prepare and cook. One day, my wife, Anne, thought that she would conjur up a quick and simple dish that had a bit of flavour without much fuss. She succeeded and we now have this fairly often when we want a change from routine
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