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JALFREZI/KORMA CHICKEN CURRY

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Cooking time

Prep: 40 minutes Cook: 2 hours 1 HOUR OR OVERNIGHT IN FRIDGE

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 2

EASY DELICIOUS CURRY

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Ingredients

  • 2 TBSP PATAKS JALFREZI PASTE
  • 1 TBSP PATAKS KORMA SPICE PASTE
  • 3 CHICKEN THIGHS SKINNED & BONED
  • 1 SMALL RED ONION
  • 1 GREEN PEPPER
  • 6/8 CARDAMOM PODS
  • 1/2 TIN CHOPPED TOMATOES
  • 1 PATAKS CREAMED COCONUT SACHET

SERVE WITH

  • BASMATI RICE
  • RAITA
  • NAN BREADS

Method

  1. COAT THE CHICKEN THIGHS WITH JALFREZI PASTE COVER AND PLACE IN FRIDGE FOR 1 HOUR OR OVERNIGHT IF TIME ALLOWS

  2. FINELY CHOP ONION AND CHOP PEPPER IN TO 1/2" PIECES

  3. OVER MEDIUM HEAT USING A PAN OR WOK SPRAY LIGHT OIL ADD ONION, PEPPER & CARDAMOM PODS COOK GENTLY UNTIL JUST GOING SOFT 5/10 MINS

  4. ADD CHOPPED TOMATOES AND CREAMED COCONUT TO VEG UNTIL COCONUT HAS BLENDED THEN ADD THE CHICKEN UNTIL SIMMERING

  5. TRANSFER INGREDIENTS TO A SLOW COOKER COOK ON LOW FOR 2/3 HOURS (IF LOOKING TOO DRY ADD 1TBSPN OF WATER)

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