One Pot Chicken Curry

This is a great dish to rustle up when you’re on the move

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This is a great dish to rustle up when you’re on the move or looking for a Friday night dinner option with minimal washing up.

Ingredients (serves four)
1 tablespoon cooking oil
750 g boneless chicken thighs, cubed
1 large brown onion, cut into wedges
1 teaspoon ground ginger
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tablespoon curry powder
1/4 teaspoon ground cumin
250 ml chicken stock
2 carrots, peeled and sliced
2 large potatoes, washed and cubed
375 ml tin coconut milk (you can use the light variety)
500 g tin canned diced tomatoes, drained
Freshly ground salt and black pepper to taste

Method
Heat oil in a large pot over a medium to high setting. Add the chicken and salt and pepper to taste. Cook until browned, stirring occasionally. Add the onion and fry until slightly tender. Add the ginger, garlic, curry powder and cumin and fry for a further two minutes.

Pour over the stock and stir, ensuring you scrape all the brown tasty bits at the bottom of the pot.

Stir in the coconut milk and add the potatoes. Leave to simmer for five minutes, and then add the tomatoes and carrots. Simmer until vegetables are tender and season further if required.

Enjoy with the friends you’ve met on your journey.





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    22nd Jun 2012
    10:26pm
    Will definitely make this.. have just printed out the recipe, thanks.
    Scottie
    18th Feb 2014
    12:34pm
    This is delicious and has become one of my go-to dishes. I use a low-sodium curry powder and a low-fat coconut milk and it is suitable for low-salt husband and low-sat.fat me.
    Pardelope
    18th Apr 2014
    2:01am
    To replace coconut milk entirely, a dietician recommended (for diabetics and others who need to eat less fat) that you use use coconut flavouring essence with skim milk or low fat evaporated milk.
    debs
    5th Sep 2014
    8:54am
    I also use just coconut essence in the water to make coconut rice
    unicorn
    11th May 2014
    9:21am
    Sounds nice

    30th Oct 2017
    9:30pm
    To replace coconut milk entirely, a dietician recommended (for diabetics and others who need to eat less fat) that you use use coconut flavouring essence with skim milk or low fat evaporated milk.

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