A traditional Punjabi curry that we grew up eating weekly and was passed down to my mum by my nan. It's saucy and contains lots of tomato, garlic and ginger and tastes fantastic whether mild or very hot. It's usually eaten with rice or hot chapatis and a veg dish like saag (spinach) or a potato curry.
If you prefer chicken with bone, you can make this dish with thighs or drumsticks.
Serve with yogurt/raita and a chapati and some pickle. Also great with rice.
Easy to follow instructions leading to a great tasting curry. It's easy to adjust the "heat" by varying the amount of chilli you add so it's suitable for everyone. We cook this on a regular basis both for ourselves and for friends. It always goes down well and somehow gets better every time we cook it. I would not hesitate to recommend this recipe. - 06 Jan 2017
So easy to make and amazing taste! I've made it when I received a couple of friends who are massive indian foodies, and they loved it too! I'll recommend it to everyone! - 26 Jan 2017
This is the best curry recipe I've found for the homemade chicken curry I grew up on! Will be making this again! Thank you! - 24 Jan 2017