Traditional Indian Chicken Curry

Emily: "It had a lot of flavor! Very authentic. My only s…" Read More


  • 350 grams skinless chicken thigh
  • 1 cup onion
  • 2 tablespoons oil
  • 5 slices ginger
  • 3 cloves
  • 1 tablespoon chicken curry powder
  • 1/2 can chopped tomatoes
  • 200 milliliters water
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    Sodium3% DV75mg
    Fat32% DV21g
    Protein31% DV16g
    Carbs2% DV7g
    Fiber8% DV2g
    Calories280Calories from Fat190
    Total Fat21g32%
    Saturated Fat4g20%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat190
    Total Carbohydrate7g2%
    Dietary Fiber2g8%
    Vitamin A10%
    Vitamin C20%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Daisy J. 2 months ago
    No flavor i would not make again
    Coral Blais 3 months ago
    It was edible. I’m still new dabbling in making Indian cuisine. I’ve made a couple dishes so far, but this was... underwhelming, to put it nicely. Not a lot of flavor at all and I even doubled the curry, plus added extra garlic and ginger
    Emily 3 months ago
    It had a lot of flavor! Very authentic. My only suggestion would be is to use more curry😁
    Brian Midgett 4 months ago
    It was a little plain. If I use this recipe again, I'll have to add some more spices.
    Laura Evers 5 months ago
    I love Indian Curry, and its a much lower calorie affair than Thai curry (which I also love). This recipe is perfect, I don't have access to an international food market so has to use the McCormick curry powder. Which is fine except it has a tendency to get a little bitter so I used sweet potatos in the curry to cut the bitterness. I needed to use up some baby bella mushrooms before they went bad, so those got added, and I also used chicken broth in place of water for the same reason as the mushrooms. We loved it, took no time to make and you can just add more water to the pan as the potatos soak up the liquid in cooking. Served it with a large handful of shredded spinach on top. Delicious!!
    Jessica Seats 5 months ago
    exc3llent my kids loved it
    Ian H. 5 months ago
    Bland, tasteless and won't be made again in this house. Very disappointed!
    McCowan 5 months ago
    The instructions on this recipe are a little confusing, but overall the concept is good. Based on the reviews I went with 2 tbsp curry and added some cayenne pepper as well. Pretty good but needed the additional kick.
    Annalise A. 6 months ago
    a few smalls corrections needed in recipe. However, with use of chicken stock (Knorr) in the water I love this curry. I also added peas.
    Brenda Y. 7 months ago
    I followed the idea of it but had to increase the spices alot. Added onion and garlic powder with some chicken boulion and cyanne pepper. I used powder clove, just a pinch. A a small spoon of sour cream.
    Amy Boutwell 9 months ago
    Oh my gosh...we loved this! I put 2 Tbs of the curry paste it had some nice heat and put it over Jasmine rice....Happy Valentines Day! It was as good as any restaurant we’ve gone to plus it made my house smell wonderful!
    Kathleen Joyner 9 months ago
    This was the WORST dish ever! Had no flavor - I doubled all the spices and added garlic and onion spice along with fresh. Tripled the curry. I wouldn’t waste your time making this.
    Mary Camryka a year ago
    Hate always having to switch to AP
    Sierra a year ago
    Easy to make but very bland in flavor
    Julie M a year ago
    VERY unfortunate. Barley any flavor
    Bryan Daumit a year ago
    It was pretty good but I’ve had similar dishes I liked a lot more. I’ll try adding a few more spices next time, it was a bit bland.
    Jazmin Pieres a year ago
    Delicious!!!! I was lucky I’ve had all the ingredients
    Mohammed Bazarah a year ago
    it's very yummly and easy to prepare.
    rachael B. a year ago
    It was really good. The directions were vague in some aspects, but was able to work around that and still produce an awesome supper. The whole family loved it. I did add seeded jalapenos to the dish...and doubled the curry powder.
    Voxel Heart a year ago
    Pretty good. Instructions could have been more clear however
    Tamm a year ago
    Very tasty. Would do it again.
    S a year ago
    simple to make with added veges like potatoes and carrots, yum!
    Paige a year ago
    It was a nice curry but needed more flavours and Greek yoghurt
    Bami Folaranmi a year ago
    beautiful!!!! definitely going to be a family favourite
    Super easy- served over cauliflower rice... might add potatoes and eggs for tomorrow’s breakfast
    Syd a year ago
    It was really good! Not like the butter chicken Ive had before but still really good and I will be making this again!
    Katy a year ago
    Very good, will make again. i added a can of coconut milk and it was perfect.
    lisette a year ago
    Delicious!! Used curry spices and chicken buillon instead of the chicken curry spice recommended for the recipe. Added 1 additional table spoon of curry for a bold flavor (we love curry). Added 2 table spoon of greek yougurt and used 2 tablespoons of cornstarch diluted in very little water to thicken the sauce.
    Ricardo Dias a year ago
    Simple and easy chicken curry, full of flavor. I will definitely do it more often.
    Christina a year ago
    Flavor is great. Add salt to adjust seasoning at end. Next time I want to blend the “curry paste” in food processor prior to adding chicken and tomato.