Curry Chicken

We (Mr Low, Fifi & me) have cooked dinner yesterday.

Our menu of the night:
– Curry Chicken (Healthier version I guess, replacing coconut milk with yoghurt, used Olive Oil too)
– Sambal Clam (Lala)
– Boiled vegetables with Oyster Sauce


The rough recipe of our curry chicken (Serving for 4-5):
– Cooking oil (in our case we used Olive Oil)
– Any part of the chicken (accordingly)
– Potatoes (optional)
– Yoghurt, 2 to 3 tablespoon
– Coconut Milk (optional)
– 2 Tomato, pasteurised (Grind 2 tomatoes)

Spices (Group):
– Lemongrass, 1 stalk
– Cumin Seeds, 1 teaspoon
– Cinnamon sticks, 1/2 – 1 stick
– Green Cardamom, 3-4 seeds (peel open)
– 4-5 Cloves
– 2-4 Star Anise

– Chicken Powder, 3 Tablespoon
– Chilli Powder, 4 Tablespoon (according to your preference)
– Tumeric Powder, 1 Tablespoon (always 3/4 lesser than the chilli powder)

Need to be pounded (need to be pasty):
– 2 coves of Onions (To be pounded separately)
– 1/2 cove of garlic
– 1/2 piece of ginger

Boil potatoes to soften it. (If you want to add potatoes into your curry)

  1. Heat up the oil, add in pounded Garlic & Ginger, and the Spices (Group).
  2. Stir-fry till the spices start to emit smells.
  3. Add in tomato paste and pounded onions, stir-fry till onion turn golden brown.
  4. Add in all the powders and yoghurt, turn to low/medium fire and let the oil leave the pan.
  5. Add in coconut milk and chicken meat, let it set for 15-20 minutes. *Stir every few minutes to prevent it from getting burned and sticked on to the pan).
  6. Add water accordingly
  7. Once it’s boiling, add in the potatoes.
  8. Enjoy! You may buy some breads to dip into the curry. Yummy!

P.S.: We found our curry a tad too spicy for our tongue. So this is the revised version of our recipe, however we do have a little chillis in our everyday food. So those who can’t really take spicy food, you might wanna reduce the chilli and turmeric, chicken powder even more.


2 thoughts on “Curry Chicken

    1. Hi Belindq, nope it doesn’t. It actually tasted quite good, because yoghurt has a hint of sourness in it which accentuate the curry’s taste. give it a try. 🙂 but if you want your curry to smell more fragrant, you can add coconut milk on top of the yoghurt. but not so healthy anymore.

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