Chicken Tikka Masala


A delicious, medium spiced creamy curry finished with yoghurt

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Preparation Time: 30 Minutes + 24 Hours to marinade

Ingredients

Chicken Breast (cubed)    200 grams 400 grams 600 grams
Red Pepper (diced)    50 grams 100 grams 150 grams
Onions (diced)    50 grams 100 grams 150 grams
Tomato Paste    10 grams 20 grams 30 grams
Yoghurt (natural, unsweetened)    10 ml 20 ml 30 ml
Vegetable Stock Cube    3 grams 6 grams 9 grams
Chilli Powder    1.5 grams 3 grams 4.5 grams
Paprika    1.5 grams 3 grams 4.5 grams
Dried Ginger    1.5 grams 3 grams 4.5 grams
Garam Masala    1 grams 2 grams 3 grams
Garlic Powder    1 grams 2 grams 3 grams
Dried Coriander    1 grams 2 grams 3 grams
Turmeric    1 grams 2 grams 3 grams
Cinnamon    1 grams 2 grams 3 grams
Water (boiling)    10 ml 20 ml 30 ml
Vegetable Oil    7.5 ml 15 ml 22.5 ml
Fresh Coriander (chopped)    3 grams 6 grams 9 grams
Method

1. Combine all the spices and heat in a hot frying pan for one minute. 2. Add the tomato paste and corn oil to the spices to form a marinade. Rub this mixture into the chicken breast pieces, cover and leave in the refrigerator over night. THE NEXT DAY 3. Fry the chopped onions and peppers on a medium heat in a frying pan for ten minutes. 4. Make up the stock with the boiling water. 5. Add the stock and half the yoghurt to the vegetables. 6. Add the marinated chicken and gently simmer for 25 to 30 minutes. 7. Just before serving, stir through the rest of the yoghurt and sprinkle with the chopped coriander.

Serving Suggestion

Serve with steamed basmati rice.

Medical Diets

    Gluten Free

    Dairy Free

    Wheat Free

Beliefs

    Vegetarians

    Vegans

Occasion

    Picnic

    Party

    Sunday Lunch


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