Easy Rice Cooker Chicken Curry

"Another one from crenita2 at the yahoo group ricecookerrecipes. I need to share the rice cooker fun with everyone. Enjoy."
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  • Hit Cook and place oil in pan then Add onion and garlic; cook and stir 5 minutes or until onion is tender. Add curry powder; cook and stir 2 minutes.
  • Add water, tomato sauce, Jambalaya Mix chicken and raisins mix well.
  • Close Lid and hit COOK after cooker switched over to Warm turn off the Rice cooker and stir in yogurt. Let stand 5 minutes. Sprinkle with cashews.

Questions & Replies

  1. What cook setting do you use? White, brown, multigrain?
  2. It's like the recipe says - it's one full box of rice mix. If you double the recipe or triple, use two or three boxes accordingly.
  3. How much rice did you use?


  1. I made this and it was delicious :) However, I have to say that I did not cook mine long enough. Remember to cook it a little extra long to ensure that the chicken is completely cooked and the rice is tender.
  2. This was super easy and very delicious! My husband and I devoured it! I accidentally used the cheesy jambalaya mix, and I think it would be even better if I had made it correctly.
  3. These will be perfect for game day. Or teenagers. My son and his friends will love them and please visit us: https://www.beckandbulow.com
  4. I've made this several times over the past couple of years, and it's always a big hit!! I haven't had to tweak it at all, don't even need to precook the chicken. Just make sure to oil the sides or stir frequently as it can stick to the sides if you leave it in the cooker for a while.
  5. I doubled the recipe and used precooked chicken. I used about 3 tablespoons of the curry and about a tablespoon of turmeric powder. I didn't have plain yogurt, so I used one 8 ounce container of vanilla yogurt made with coconut milk, and then I put in a scoop of sour cream. I used coconut oil to cook the onion and garlic. I had to put it thru two cycles in the cooker and stirred it in between cycles. It was still a bit liquidy, so I kept it on "warm" for about ten minutes while I heated up some bread in the oven. It smelled delicious while it was cooking, the results were not disappointing! It was delicious, and my whole family enjoyed it! I will definitely make this again!


Raleigh is my current home base, but I am from Philly and have also lived in South Florida. I love pastries and baking but I also do lots of fun shortcut dinners.
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