Don't opt for an Indian takeaway balti chicken curry - make your own with any one of these delicious recipes.
Chicken curry stir-fry in balti pot, or flat-bottomed wok, with peppers and onion. Goes well with naan. I find it easier to prepare the curry sauce first and allow it to cook slowly on low heat while I prepare the remaining ingredients & begin the stir-fry, so I've organised the recipe into two parts.
This is a healthy, low fat, quick chicken balti with plenty of spice. Goes well with warm naan bread, if you don't feel like cooking rice.
This quick and easy curry uses simple storecupboard ingredients to make a satisfying meal.
I like balti curries as for me they are a blend between Chinese stir fries and Indian curries - they are not really of course! Here's my take on chicken balti. It is actually not as bad as the list looks as it is really a case of putting all the ingredients together in a wok to stir fry.
A very tasty curry with a little bit of a kick in it . . . more chilli, more kick . . . make it to your own requirements. Check my garlic naan recipe out for an accompaniment.
This is a Balti-style aromatic curry, that can be made with beef, mutton or chicken. You can find Karahi/Fry Gosht curry mix in most supermarkets. Enjoy with rice, chapatti or naan bread.