Friday, May 4, 2007

Swapan's Friday's chicken curry

Swapan and his two colleagues live upstairs for 6 months while working on a software project for a big Danish financial company. On Fridays he makes a big pot of chicken curry, enough to eat then and a couple more times during the coming week. We've been talking about how he makes it, on Friday I was invited to dinner.

Swapan marinated
2 kg. - 4,5 lbs. - of boneless chicken
for about 15 minutes in

3-4 tbsp. chili powder
3-4 tbsp. ground turmeric
3 tbsp. ground coriander
2 tbsp. salt
2-3 tbsp. vegetable oil, mustard if possible.

While the chicken was marinating, he fried
2-3 large coarsely chopped onions and
1,5 tbsp. garlic paste
(1 green chopped chili goes in now if you like it hotter)

in a pot, that was big enough to fit the chicken. When the onions were golden, he fried
2 big potatoes, peeled and cut in big pieces
with the onions for a minute, then added the chicken and fried everything for a couple of minutes.
When the chicken started giving off liquid, he added
3 glasses of water
and finished the curry in the pressure cooker, they've brought with them from Bombay. That took 10 minutes, in a pressure-less pot, it will take about 20. We ate it with rice and mango chutney. Mmm...
dansk

9 comments:

Aparty said...

Dada, it looks delicious!

Uday said...

abhey saand...hamein to kabhi nahi khilaaya...ab kya Danish ladkiyon ko patane ka plan hai lagta hai...keep up the good work...

sujoy said...

Titu, The chicken curry looks yum !!....when do i get to eat this????...

Apala said...

Good job :-)

shayan said...

hey i am going to buy some chicken this weekend and try it out ..

pompi said...

Titu, at this rate u will soon touch 200kg!!!! But it sure looks delicious. Pompidi

Bidula said...

Bangaali murgi rannay, gorom-mosla aar bhaloo ghee pore, dhoney guro pore, amon to baper jonmey suni ni.
Rumpa

Babu said...

Swaty jiggesh korchhe aada kothaye. Aada naahole ki hoye?

pratap said...

unless i try t cant say abt taste.. but it looks yummy.... with so much of fat .. i wonder pooler bear learned cooking from you or what!!