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.
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!!!
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.
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.
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.
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.
This is a rich tomatoey curry, with a lot of taste and a proper kick. The recipe has evolved over time and has become a real favourite in my family. I cook it in advance and freeze it in foil takeaway trays. You can add more yoghurt and reduce the tandoori masala powder if you prefer a milder curry.
This flavourful slow cooker chicken curry requires just 10 minutes of prep to result in succulent chicken in an aromatic medium-heat curry sauce.
Chicken tikka masala slow cooked to perfection in the slow cooker. It doesn't get easier than this! No extra steps, just chuck it all in and wait for delicious results.
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.