When thinking of a curry recipe to make, you may automatically reference an Indian curry recipe. However, curry recipes are famous all over the globe, from the Caribbean to Thailand and everywhere else. On one hand, it is known that Indian dishes are the best when it comes to curry. So, here are two exclusively special curry recipes that will be sure to surprise (in a good way!)
Chicken Curry (Murgh Karhi)
This is a pretty simple curry recipe. Start with sprinkling two spoons of salt on chicken breast.
- Heat four tablespoons of oil in a non-stick pan on high flame. Cook the chicken moderately in the oil in portions until its golden brown. Take the golden brown chicken breast out of the pan and set it aside on a plate.
- Take a pan and heat it at medium flame. Add garlic-ginger paste and onions in the oil remaining in the old pan that was used to cook the chicken breast. Stir the onion until golden and translucent (this will take around 5-8 minutes.) In the onion mixture, add curry powder, turmeric, chili, coriander, tamarind powder, cayenne, and water (as required) but don’t make the paste watery. Cook it for 3-5 minutes on a low flame.
- In the curry, add yogurt, fresh low-fat cream, tomatoes, minced cilantro, and salt as per the taste. Add the cooked chicken breast into the pan. Add chicken broil as well in the pan, as it will give a tangy taste to the curry. Slowly pour water in the mixture and keep stirring (prevents lumps), bring to boil, and then flip the chicken so that the sauce can coat everywhere. At last, sprinkle cilantro and garam masala over the chicken.
Sri Lankan Veggie Curry
This curry recipe is chili spicy with the richness of coconut milk. This curry recipe is vegan, easy, and under 600 calories.
- Start by dry frying the spices in a frying pan at a high flame, until they are a little dark in color. Soon enough, turn the flame off and let it cook. Add rice to the pan and cook it until the color changes to pale gold. As for a quick tip: mix all the spices in a blender or coffee grinder and whiz it into a fine powder.
- Heat oil in a large pan. Add onions and ginger-garlic paste. Cook for a few minutes and then add curry powder, coriander and turmeric powder.
- In the end, add coconut milk and cook for some time. Then, add cauliflower and beans. Stir it all until tender.
- You can add a garnish of coriander, nonsweet yogurt, crushed batty or juice while serving it if you’d like.
Curry recipes are everyone’s favorite because they are spicy, colorful, soul-soothingly delicious, and easy to cook. Many homes and cultures all around the world have a famous curry recipe. These two exclusive curry recipes are just absolutely necessary to add to your own, personal menu.