Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Sri Lankan Chicken Curry

Ingredients:

  • Chicken 1/2 kg
  • Onion 2 big
  • Garlic 1 Tbsp
  • Ginger 1 Tbsp
  • Green chilly 4
  • Red chilly 4
  • Crushed clove 2 to 3
  • Coriander pdr 3 Tsp
  • Turmeric pdr 1/2 Tsp
  • Semi thick coconut milk 1 cup
  • Thick cococnut milk 3/4 cup
  • Lime juice of 1/2 lime
  • Ghee 1 Tbsp
  • Salt
  • Oil

Heat little oil in a pan and saute chopped onion, ginger and garlic. When it becomes light brown, transfer it into a kadai with ghee and stir it. Add turmeric pdr, coriander pdr, crushed clove and salt into onion and saute it. Then add chicken and stir it till it turns brown. Add red chilly, green chilly and semi thick coconut milk. Reduce the heat and cook it. Then add the thick coconut milk and boil it. Finally add the lime juice and transfer it to a serving bowl.

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67 comments:

  1. Lovely click Tina....Sounds so easy.....yummo!!!!!!!

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  2. Your clicks are always so beautiful...and the dish is very tempting.....

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  3. Love to have with peas pulao...........

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  4. srilankan saynam varum ethu kandittu...nannayitundu tina..

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  5. wow! good one..used only clove as spice..should be very tasty...

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  6. wow so beautiful click...sounds really good..

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  7. chicken looks very yummy and creamy...wonderful click da

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  8. Creamy chicken curry! Looks yummm...pass me some pls! I'm waiting! ;)

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  9. superb click teenu..jeevichirippundo???

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  10. Very Easy recipe.... gueess i have to give it a try :)... nall adipoli aayitu undu :)

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  11. nice click dear.....kandittu muzhuvan kazhikkan thonnunnu

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  12. Hi!
    lovely chicken dish!

    kind regards,
    Poorna.

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  13. Sounds so simple &delicious!!!

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  14. The curry looks marvellous...nice recipe!

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  15. sounds grt8...looks yumm & creamy..

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  16. First time here... wonderful blog.. Nice clicks.. :)

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  17. i love srilankan dishes...they r real good...its almost like kerala cuisine....urs came perfect...

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  18. oh im so dying for that curry and a bowl of rice...and im a happy girl

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  19. oh I would love to have this with some lacy appams!

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  20. This curry also contain not many spices, like my Chinese curry. I must try one day, Thanks for sharing.

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  21. Chicken curry sooper....pinne light box onnumilla,athenthanennu polum ariyilla,Nalla light itte edukkum.thats it...planning to buy a digi SLR ,deal nokki kondirikkuva...Thanx for the B'day wishes..

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  22. A must try...have never tried a Sri Lankan dish !! thanks for sharing !

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  23. Creamy delicous curry. Would love with plain hot rice.

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  24. so creamy and yumm..adipoli Tina..

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  25. That's so ridiculous,lovely click tina.I have started eating chicken again,should give it a try.Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  26. Mouthwatering Chicken Dish...Looks creamy and Yummy!

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  27. Creamy and yumm....Thanks for the lovely recipe Tina.

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  28. wow!! Looks easy as well as tasty!

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  29. Kothiyavunueeee...Great click. Wish to taste some.

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  30. I guess the look is very Srilankan..... The look, the color the texture..... EVERY THING about this prep is so adorable..... Very creamy & yummy....

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  31. The Chicken Curry looks fabulous dear. I want to have that with Dosa.

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  32. Srilankan recipes are always awesome. Great to learn one from you. Chicken curry looks so delicious dear.

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  33. Very different and rich curry dear...yummy and tempting :)

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  34. Your curry looks delicious! Thanks for sharing quick and easy recipe:)

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  35. adipoli click..Looks super yummy dear!!!!

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  36. Ceylon style chicken curry looks creamy and rich.:)

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  37. somehow you make me mouthwater whenever I peep in here!!!
    this curry sounds rich and creamy, must be hot too, as I've heard srilankans love spicy hot food :) nice recipe!!!

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  38. loved the creamy creamy look...very mouth watering dish....

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  39. It looks so very flavourful and yummy!

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  40. Delicious! Some rumali roti with that will be perfect.

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  41. u r an awesome food photographer...this dish looks amazing...

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  42. nammude Kerala chicken preparation pole undallo ethu, sounds very easy too...

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  43. Hey Tina,chicken curry looks yummy. I was very impressed by your cakes and their decorations.
    Adipoly Blog ketto?????

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  44. oh.ithu vare vere evideyum kanatha cuisine ayirunu Srilankan..adipoli ayitundy :)

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  45. Srilankan Chicken curry looks delicious
    very simple recipe, have to try sometime...

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  46. Hey Dear, collect the sunshine award from my space
    have a good day!!!

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  47. Looks so delicious ,and easy to prepare too.

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  48. I am going to have to make this. It sounds FABULOUS!!

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  49. Chicken curry looks delicious and spicy. Wonderful picture.

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  50. Curry looks nice and pics is beautiful..

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  51. i have been besotted with this cuisine for a while now..

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  52. wow.this looks so creamy..very tempting indeed..you know tina the other day i was going thru some magazine clippings that my mom send me and in one of the magazines i saw ur mushroom cutlets's pic. i dont know if u are aware of it...it was in the january issue of ayurarogyam magazine...i know its the same pic coz it has that carrot flower in it..something that was really unique in urs..i will scan and send u the pic to ur email..

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  53. Happy Easter.....Kaipuniyum.........Njan pandde Nottam ettu vechhirunna Blog aanu, Adi poli Blog alle.........EASTER inu entha paripadi?Hope you made Appam & Stew for your family? Have a Great day

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