Traditional home made chicken curry
Traditional home made chicken curry

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Join us If interest sponsors can call participate along with Us.!! A traditional North Indian (Punjabi) curry dish. An aromatic and spicy combination of chicken pieces and potatoes cooked in a tomato based stew. This is a great curry that you can easily adjust the "heat" to your own preference.

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To get started with this particular recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can cook traditional home made chicken curry using 15 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.

The ingredients needed to make Traditional home made chicken curry:
  1. Take 750 gm boneless chicken
  2. Make ready 2 cup finely chopped onion
  3. Get 2 tb spn ginger garlic paste
  4. Take 1 chopped tomato
  5. Take 1/2 cup whipped yogurt(no lumps should be there)
  6. Get Cooking oil
  7. Prepare 3 tb spn desi ghee
  8. Prepare Spices: 1 bay leaf, 1 black cardamom, 1" cinnamon
  9. Make ready 1/2 tb spn turmeric powder
  10. Take 1 tb spn red chilli powder
  11. Make ready 1 tb spn coriander powder
  12. Get to taste Salt according
  13. Take 4 tb spn chicken masala
  14. Make ready 1/2 tb spn garam masala
  15. Get 1 cup chopped coriander leaves

Cooking curry requires grounding various herbs and spices with a mortar and While this is not practical in the modern home kitchen, use the excellent quality store-bought curry powder is the next best option. This is the chicken curry which we make on most of the occasion, when there is parties, functions or regular weekends. It is so basic, the spice which we add is store bought chicken masala powder. If you cannot find that add a mixture of chilli powder, coriander powder, cumin powder and garam.

Instructions to make Traditional home made chicken curry:
  1. In a pan took some oil. In hot oil add bay leaf, cradamom, cinnamon. add the chicken and fry it until water goes off from it. (Med heat)
  2. Take out the chicken in a bowl or plate.
  3. Add some more oil in the pan and heat it. Add chopped onion and fry it well. When it turns into golden in color add red chilli powder, turmeric powder, coriander powder & 2 tb spn salt (as pr the taste) and cook it for 5 mins. (med heat)
  4. Add fried chicken & desi ghee and mix it well. Cook it for 5 mins. (Med heat)
  5. Add ginger garlic paste and cook it for 2 mins. Now add chopped tomato and cook it for 5 more mins. (Med heat)
  6. Add yogurt and mix it well and cook it for 10 mins.
  7. Add 1/2 cup water and add chicken masala, garam masala and 1/2 tb spn salt and mix it. Cook it for 10 mins.(med heat)
  8. Now switch off the gas. Add chopped coriander leaves.
  9. Chicken curry is ready to eat.

It is so basic, the spice which we add is store bought chicken masala powder. If you cannot find that add a mixture of chilli powder, coriander powder, cumin powder and garam. Pepper Chicken Curry - Spicy Madras Style Pepper Chicken Curry made with freshly ground black pepper and spices, usually served as an accompaniment for parotta, pulao, ghee rice or nei soru. Traditional versions make the curry from scratch using garam masala, cumin, paprika, and coriander. I like coconut milk in my chicken curry.

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