Chicken curry is one of those things that you can make in a ton of ways and is always comforting. So whether you are cooking a meal for unexpected guests or just making a family Sunday lunch, you can always count on good old chicken curry. So we are sharing with you 5 simple chicken curry recipes which get made in minutes and are handy for when you want a delicious meal with minimal effort!
Made with very basic ingredients which are always available at home and in one pot, this pressure cooker chicken recipe gets made in minutes. Chicken pieces on the bone cooked in a flavourful onion tomato and whole spice masala in a pressure cooker. So all you need to do is
This simple white masala chicken curry is mildly spiced but very flavourful. Made with a base of ground cashewnuts, melon seeds, onions and yogurt this creamy chicken curry is perfect with hot paranthas or rotis.
It gets made in a jiffy and packs a punch no matter what you accompany it with. In this recipe chicken on the bone is cooked in a flavourful masala made with ginger, garlic, onions, tomatoes and select spices till the meat is perfectly cooked, succulent and falls of the bone.
The only requisites for this luscious green chicken curry is some chicken (of course!), a big bunch of coriander, grated fresh coconut, a few dry spices, about 20 minutes of your time and a big appetite. You can select from an array of flat breads to eat with this herby green masala chicken.
This chicken curry recipe is perfect for those who are keeping a watch on their weight. Made using boneless chicken and minimal oil, this recipe is super quick because of a secret spice mix used to make it! Serve it hot with some brown rice and salad and you have a healthy tasty meal ready in minutes!
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