Thursday, May 19, 2011

Butter Chicken.


1 medium size onion
700 grms chicken fillets
1 425 can coconut cream.
1 cup natural yoghurt.
1 - 1.5 tblspns thai curry paste.
1 - 1.5 tblspons tomato paste.
1 tspn garam masala.


dice onions and chicken fillets.

place all ingredients in crock pot and cook on high for 3-4 hours or low for 5-6 hours.

You can fry the chicken first but I just throw it all in the crock pot. The chicken is a bit drier this way but everyone here still enjoys eating it.


Nancy said...

Can I just say that anything that has butter and chicken in it......IS FOR ME!!!!

Sue Elvis said...

Therese, I am going to print this out and make it. We all love curry. Thanks for the recipe. But where's the butter?

Therese said...


if you fry the chicken before, it is in butter and oil. I don't do that though.

Sue Elvis said...

Now I understand! Thanks Therese. I think I'll leave that step out too. I'm a bit lazy and like a quick method.

A Bit of the Blarney said...

I am so excited! My daughter has been looking for a Butter Chicken recipe since she was living in England nearly 6 years ago. Apparently there was an Indian take-out that had a tasty offering. I think this is it! Will be trying it and sending it on to her! Thank you !!!!! Cathy

G'day said...

Nice recipe. thanks for sharing. Check out butter chicken recipe video by Chef Jeet Sidhu –

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