- Chicken1 Kilograms
- Onion1 medium
- Tomato1/2 small
- Red Chili powder1/4 Teaspoons
- Ginger1 Teaspoonsfinely chopped into small pieces
- Garlic1 Teaspoonsfinely chopped into small pieces
- Coriander leaves1 Teaspoonsvery finely chopped into small pieces
- Turmeric powder4 Teaspoons(mild-3)
- Fennel powder2 Teaspoons
- Oil1 Tablespoons
- Salt2 Teaspoons
- Cut the chicken into small pieces. Marinate with 2 tsp of turmeric, 2 (mild-1) tsp of red chili powder and 1 tsp of salt for about half an hour
- Take half of the cut onions, 1/2 small tomato, 1 (mild-1/2)tsp of red chili powder, 1 tsp of fennel powder and 2 green chili. Grind them together in a blender and keep it ready
- In a pressure cooker add rest of the onion, tomato, rest of the (2) green chili cut into small pieces, 1 tsp fennel powder, 1 tsp turmeric and 1 tsp red chili powder and fry well into a paste and adding little bit of water when ever it dries up or begininig to stick.
- After about a minute add the coriander leaves, ginger and garlic already finely chopped kept aside and mix it well.
- Wait for one minute add the ground paste of onions, tomato, red chili, turmeric, fennel powder and green chili and mix them to the curry
- Now add the already marinated chicken pieces and mix them really well. Keep mixing for about a minute.
- Add about 2 cups of water. Close the lid of the pressure cooker and put the weight on. Wait for it to cook well.
- Leave it for about 5 minutes after the steam adn turn off.
- Let it simmer and cool down for about 3-5 minutes. Remove the weight and then the lid and serve hot with whiterice, idli or Dosa
Indian CHICKEN YELLOW CURRY This is a very spicy and chili hot stuff. You can follow the instrcuctions for adding or reducing red chili powder and green chilis according to your taste buds. If you are a seasoned spicy eater go for the regular recipe. If not follow the mild version of it in the side.
This is a general recipe for plain yellow spicy curry. In order to make this enjoyble you need to add one of the items and make it that curry.