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.
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 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.
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 Indian chicken curry takes about 20 minutes to prepare. The slow cooker does all the rest! You just need to add the fresh spinach and yoghurt about 15 to 20 minutes before you are ready to serve.
Put this delicious chicken coconut curry on before you leave for work and come home to a very tasty result. Serve with some fluffy white rice and naan bread.
Your favourite Indian curry has never been so easy, thanks to this slow cooker recipe! Try it once and you'll make it time and again.
Right, I'm going to have to level with you here: I've never been to Kashmir. Hell, I've never set foot in India at all. Which is kind of a shame, you know? So really I've no way of knowing how authentic this dish is. I suspect it’s not very authentic to be honest, however, it is very delicious. I've made it less authentic (probably) by adapting it from a recipe I found ages ago. I was part way through preparing the ingredients when a flatmate called to say that we’d have two extra people for dinner that night. So I needed to find a way to make it go a littler further. I decided to supplement a curry that was mostly chicken by adding mushrooms and butter beans. Both designed to soak up the lovely spicy flavours. Although I've made it made times since, I've never left either ingredient out since.
I love curry but I've always been far too impatient and busy to sit over a pot for multiple hours. But slow-cooked curries taste great and require so much less effort. No need to marinate, barely any skill required and tastes great. I normally make this for meal prep and create boxes with steamed white rice for my week's dinners.
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.
Chunks of chicken are slow-cooked in a creamy coconut curry with potatoes and red pepper. It's delicious garnished with raisins and a sprinkling of desiccated coconut.