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here is a good recepie that i found and it works great.


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here we go i try to write what i cook the chicken curry

i put heat some vegetable oil for two minutes

then i put the chopped 2 medium sizeonions in the oil

i let them saute

in the mean time i chop 2 tomotoes, about 4 large green peppers. i mixed them up and add about a cup of water in a bowl

then i add to the same bowl, 2 spoon of red peppers, I spoon of oregano, 1 spoon of garlice powder, 1 spoon of ground cinamon, couple of bayleaves, 1 spoon of salt, Half spoon of tumric and i do use cuple of more spices too

just empty the bowl in the saute onion and stir them about 5 minutes

after that u can add the chicken and stir them about 10 minutes

i do exactly like that and it is great

not one complain

abby n sheryl

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Does anybody have a simple recipe for chicken curry for a novice-intermediate cook? I am trying to wean my husband from beef and make him eat more lean meat and fish.. So please share some recipes that are not too elaborate. Thanks

Try my version of Shrimp Curry but you can also do it in Chicken. When my husband tasted it, we have curry every week. :blush: Hope you'll like it too.


2 tbsp peanut oil

1/2 cup Chopped onion

2 tbsp minced garlic

2 tbsp fish sauce

2-3 tbsps of Curry paste(if you dont like too much hot, just put 2 tbsp)

2 med carrots, cut into cubes(1nch size)

2 med potato, cut same as carrots

1 large red bell pepper, cut into strips

2 tsps. light brown sugar

1 can Coconut milk (or evaporated milk)

1 lb of Chicken, cut it in whatever size you like and boiled it until tender

3 tbsps basil(dry or fresh)

3 tbsps cilantro leaves (dry or fresh)

* In a large saute pan, heat the oil over the medium - high heat.

* Saute garlic until a little bit golden brown, add onion, carrots, potato and stir fry until soft.

* Add the curry paste & cook, stirring, until fragrant for one minute.

* Stirring, add the fish sauce and boiled chicken, then the coconut milk or evaporated milk and sugar and bring to a boil.

* Simmer until thicken slightly.

* Remove from the heat and stir in the basil and cilantro.


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Two large onions, cut fine and sauteed in small amount of oil (until caramelised).

Two tomatoes, cut fairly fine--add after onions caramelised


  • 1 tsp (5 mL) salt
  • 1 tbsp (15 mL) chilli powder
  • 1/2 tsp (3 mL) turmeric powder
  • 1 cup (250 mL) water
  • 4-6 chicken-legs
to onion-tomato mix; cook until chicken is tender.

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