Indian Chicken Curry – a quintessential, one-pot and melt in your mouth, Indian curry that consists of bite-size boneless chicken cooked in a perfect mix of onion, tomato, yogurt, and spices. It can be served on any occasion/meal along with your favorite choice of side like bread/rice/roti’s, etc.
This ‘Indian Chicken Curry’ recipe was posted on Feb 2015 and it’s one of my evergreen or goto chicken recipes till date. However, I’ve been thinking of changing the pictures with some new shot as the older pictures were clicked much in a hurry and not so great lighting. So, this time when I made a batch of this curry, I definitely wanted to take some pictures to update here and share with you’ll.
This also makes for a perfect one-pot recipe as everything is cooked in one pot from start to finish. The recipe is very easy and although I’ve used yogurt in this curry but incase, you don’t have yogurt, you can completely skip it. The taste is still going to be amazing, just that it won’t have the creamy golden structure.
Given below is the old post with pictures and hope you try this recipe soon 🙂
Indian Chicken Curry – How to make a basic Indian chicken curry recipe.
It all began during one of my conversation with mom this week and I started craving the simple Indian curry that she makes…cause there’s nothing that comes close to a mom’s cooking, it’s the Best ! And just like most Indian women who have been cooking a particular dish for ages, they just eyeball all the ingredients and every-time it turns out great – no measurements, no fancy gadget but with tons of love 🙂
So we actually face-timed (video call) the very next day and she kept instructing eyeballing everything while I kept measuring and finally prepared her recipe of chicken curry with steamed rice and the best part – was the big contented smile on her face when she saw the finished dish.
Ahh,…that’s what I call the boon of technology.
This infact is the most basic chicken curry recipe in India as it’s made using common kitchen ingredients.
So here’s the easy and delicious recipe which is best enjoyed with steamed rice. But you can definitely eat it with any soft bread or Indian roti.
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