Chicken Tikka Curry

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  1. Gypsi

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    1 Onion
    1 green pepper
    1 yellow pepper
    2 tins chopped tomatoes
    Asda Tikka spice 2 tbls
    Chill Power 1 tsp (or more if you like it hot)
    Garam Masala 1tsp
    Ginger 1tsp
    Corriander ground
    Corriander Fresh

    Chop onion finely and fry in fry light till soft,do the same with the peppers.

    add the tomatoes and all the spices,let it simmer for about 10-15 mins.

    then add either fresh chicken or quorn chicken and let it simmer until chicken is cooked.

    midway cooking add some fresh corriander.

    make a mint sauce to go with,
    using natural low fat yoghurt mixed with some mint sauce!
     
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    ooh yummy thank you :D
     
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    nice will definetley have to try this 1! 4 sure
     
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    Very Easy (EE) Chicken tikka massala abot 1/2 a sin per portion

    Hi All I made homemade chicken tikka massala last night and its ace. Tastes like take away?


    Chicken Breast Raw and cut into chunks
    2 tbspns Pataks tikka massalla Paste ( i got lemon and coriander one its 1syn for 1 level tablespoon)
    Average tin chopped toms
    100 ml natural yougurt

    fry 1 onion in frylight add paste stir in add chicken seal it. add tomatos simmer 20 mins and then add 100ml natural yogurt,

    its lovely I added some extra chilli powder to heat it up a bit more.

    Serve with rice...yummy!!
     
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    i am going to try this tonight. how many syns per serving?
     
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    Sorry for dealy only just come on site, about 1 syn only the curry paste is synned, so depends how much of it you eat

    you can have quite alot for 1syn though


    carla xx
     
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    Those two recipes sound lovely. I am definetly going to try those sometime soon.

    Thanks for sharing them xxxx
     
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    i made the top recipe friday night, it was really good, although i didnt have the tikka powder and i added more chilli !, it made around 3-4 portions and was really simple and very very tasty and totally free on EE !

    one thing though id say this was more like a rogan josh that a tikka as tikka is generally marinated in yoghurt and spices first, but that aside it was a lovely dish, next time ill try it with only one of the peppers and one tin of tomatoes as i like a drier sauce, maybe i didnt let it reduce enough, but it smelt so good i wanted to eat. well done to th OP !
     
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    How do you get the curry not to curdle when you add the yogurt? I tried this recipe on Fri night and it split, lol.. Any ideas? x
     
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    did you add the yogurt to the hot pan? maybe take the pan off the heat and add the yogurt after a minute or so, so it's not boiling hot?
     
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    I did, while it was on the heat.. prob that did it. I'll put some of the curry into another pan for myself, before adding the yogurt this time, also got some coconut essence from Ebay, so will try that with it too :). Thanks for that Woodsy. x
     
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    Hi

    I am hoping to make this, but couldn't find any tikka spice! does anyone know which spices are needed?

    Thanks

    Katie :confused:
     
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