Fruity Chicken Curry with Asian Stir Fried Vegetables – Edward Hayden & Derval O’Rourke
Enjoy Edward Hayden’s recipe for an easy to make, fruity chicken curry with Asian Stir Fry, recently made with our Brand Ambassador Derval O’Rourke at Savour Kilkenny.Edward says: “I simply love a curry but it is so difficult to get a good one. This recipe is delicious and creamy and is ideal for those cool days. I like to serve this with freshly cooked cauliflower rice. As with all curries this is perhaps even better on the second day.”
- 4-6 chicken fillets-cut into chunks
- 3 cloves of garlic-diced
- 1 red chilli-finely diced
- 1 medium sized onion-sliced very thinly
- 1 teaspoon of tomato puree
- 2 dessertspoon of mild curry powder
- 1 rounded dessertspoon flour
- ½ teaspoon of turmeric
- ½ teaspoon of ground cumin
- Pinch crushed chilli flakes
- 7floz/200ml pouring cream/coconut milk
- 18floz/500ml boiling hot chicken stock
- 1 tablespoon mango chutney
- 8oz/225g Green Isle Asian Stir Fry Vegetables
- Preheat a medium saucepan and add to it a little oil. Not too much-just enough to stop things from sticking.
- Add in the sliced chicken and cook for a couple of minutes until it is sealed all over. At this stage season lightly with a little salt and pepper.
- Next add in the sliced onions, diced garlic and chilli and allow them to cook quite gently until they are softened and glazed with the meat juices. This stage should take about 2-3 minutes.
- Now is the ideal time to add in the tomato puree and allow this to coat the chicken-this will give the curry a developed taste and flavour as well as helping with the formation of colour.
- Next add in the curry powder together with the flour, turmeric, cumin & ginger and allow them to coat all of the contents of the pot and to dry up any juices. You will get a wonderfully fragrant aroma in the kitchen at this stage. The chicken stock can go in now and allow this mixture to come to the boil at which stage you can add in the pouring cream or coconut milk and again allow it to re-boil. I normally reduce the heat at this stage, add the Asian stir fry vegetables and allow the curry to cook gently for 15-20 minutes. It is important to let it cook for a while to cook out the “gritty” taste of the curry powder
- Taste and season as is required, adding the mango chutney at this stage. Serve the curry steaming hot with some freshly buttered cauliflower rice and some naan bread if required.
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