Ingredients

How to make it

  • Soak the dried chillies in warm water and de-seed
  • Fry the onions in oil until soft
  • Dry fry the seeds and mace for a minute until fragrant
  • Grind the seeds and mace and combine in a blender with the chillies, the tumeric and vinegar to make a masala paste
  • Coat the chicken with the masala and fry with the onions in a heavy bottomed pot
  • add the chopped tomatoes and water to just cover the meat
  • add the bay leaves and methi
  • add pinch or asafoetida
  • cover the pot and simmer on a low heat for 90 mins stirring now and then
  • add the chopped corriander leaves at towards the end of the cooking time

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    " It was excellent "
    caramia ate it and said...
    You get my 5,I love spicy foods and this is one recipe I wil be trying soon
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    " It was excellent "
    fizzle3nat ate it and said...
    I'd love to try a 'true' curry sometime, but unfortunately I'd have to order away for a lot of the ingredients. I live in Washington State about 150 miles away from Seattle. In the tiny community I live in, we don't have a lot of access to exotic ingredients, and the chiles, methi leaves, and asafoetida would be considered extremely exotic here. But I digress. Your recipe looks wonderful, it sounds warm, fragrant, and spicy. I love chicken thighs. They're so moist and rich. Great post! - Natalie
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  • justjakesmom 10 years ago
    Sounds delicious! I love anything spicy (well not ANYTHING)! I've never heard of kashmiri chiles, but I'm sure I can find them. Also, what is asafoetida?
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    " It was excellent "
    shine ate it and said...
    Wow! My kind of recipe... tons of leftovers! (That is, unless my buddy comes over, in which case this may not be enough for the both of us ;-)

    Kashmiri chilies are one of my favorite chilies to use in Indian dishes... a nice mild flavor, and beautiful color.

    Your debut recipe earned my five! Now, show us some of those photography skills!

    Thank you,
    Ray
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    " It was excellent "
    ambus ate it and said...
    Sounds yummmmmmmy!Gotta try it!Thanks for sharing.
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  • crabhappychick 10 years ago
    Oh, you Brits and your curries! I love them, too, Phil. Just wish I could translate those measurements into something I can understand here in the US. Sounds like wonderful ingredients! Thanks for making me drool, anyway....
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