Don't order a takeaway - try these chicken curry slow cooker recipes instead! From chicken korma to chicken tikka masala and butter chicken, we have loads of slow cooker recipes from home cooks like you.
A favourite of mine is Indian food, so when my friend made this slow cooker butter chicken, we were head over heels! I don't think I've tasted a better Butter Chicken. This is great to put into the slow cooker in the morning and come home to a house that smells gorgeous. Serve with basmati rice and naan bread.
Recipe by: The Meal Planner
This is really simple with no need to marinate. Can make it as hot as you want - although Jalfrezi is normally medium hot. Just put all the ingredients in the slow cooker and enjoy the smells throughout the house!!!
Recipe by: judek27
This mild, delicately fragrant curry has a rich creamy sauce that sure to be a winner. Serve with plain boiled rice or warm naan bread.
Recipe by: Smars
This delicious curry is simple, low in fat and dairy-free. Sauteed garlic and onions are slowly cooked with chicken in a creamy curry sauce. Enjoy with freshly cooked rice.
Recipe by: frida
A slow cooked chicken curry that will leave a lasting impression. Very tasty and easy to prepare. Ideal for a hearty family meal. Economical and easy to make for a busy household.
Recipe by: Cheeky_cook
A creamy mild curry which can be adapted for the slow cooker as well. Use red, green or yellow curry paste, and serve with rice.
Recipe by: madakege
This curry is so simple to prepare! I had quite a few veggies and spices filling up my cupboards so I just decided to wing it! Any veggies would work and you could use beef or even chickpeas rather than chicken. For a quicker option, you can cook this in a frying pan, but I like the idea of dinner cooking while I get on with my day.
Recipe by: hayley_newcastle
This lovely slow cooker chicken korma is minimal effort and maximum outcome. Great for starting well ahead of dinner and freezes well once cooked. This chicken korma uses a whole jointed chicken instead of just the breast to create a richer flavour resulting in lovely slightly alternative korma.
Recipe by: Barb