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Indian Chicken Stew: extremely delicious, rustic, healthy and nourishing stew under 20 minutes using holistic/healing Indian herbs and spices like ginger, cloves, cardamom. Perfect for cold/cough or everyday chicken dish
It’s been a while since we noshed on some typical Indian style – homecooked meal.
So I’m planning to make my Mom’s Nourishing Indian Chicken Stew which is a simple yet comforting dish.
It has a light base and uses healing spices to quickly energize the body.Growing up in India, I used to love weeknight dinner, as that was a time where everyone would sit together for dinner.
Talk about the rest of our day and gorge on mom’s homemade chicken stew with lots of rice and maybe some fresh yogurt dip called ‘raita’ – yes, that’s perfect comfort food for us!
This Indian Chicken Stew was also one of the first chicken dishes that I’d learned to cook from mom.
I always admire her knowledge of spices, ingredients, and her ease, comfort in cooking with them and I simply wanted to cook like her.
Those were the days when in the afternoon after all her work, she used to sit with her cooking magazines/books.
And I used to cling to her like a lil monkey and observing her going through each and every recipe…
Marking ingredients/spices which need to be ordered from special stores (usually International ingredients).
To date, we discuss / facetime about a new ingredient/spices that I found and ways to use them.
Yes, that’s one of our favorite moments that the men in the family fail to understand 😉 …
my Dad n D are always wondering WHY that odd-looking ingredient resulted in 20 mins of exciting chat …hehehhe!!!
Okay, before I forget, let’s get back to the nourishing Indian chicken stew which is basically chicken cooked in a mild yet a very flavorful runny gravy/stew.
We have used spices such as clove, cardamom, mace, nutmeg, cinnamon which heals our tummy and is nourishing for our system.
Off-course, there’s garam masala too without which our Indian curries/stews are incomplete.
Hope you give this recipe a try soon and enjoy it as much as we do 🙂
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