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Chicken- Coconut milk Curry

Chopped onions-----1/4cup
Coconut milk-2cups

chopped ciliantro---2t.s
Cumin seeds--------Few
Cumin powder------1ts
Coriander powder--1ts
Garam masala------1/4ts
Dry coconut powder--2ts
Salt-----------------To taste
Chilli powder------1/2t.s

1. Take chicken cut it into medium size cubes by removing extra fat and wash it.
2. Take a pan heat it add oil.
3. Add cumin seeds, after they splutter add onions and little bit of salt which aids to cook onions faster.
4. After the onions are half cooked add gingergarlic paste and turmeric and cook it until raw flavor of garlic            
    goes away.
5. Add chicken and cook it untill 80% done by stirring it in constant intervals.
6. Now add chopped tomatos and coconut powder and cook it until tomatos are completely cooked.
7. Add red chilli powder, cumin powder, coriander powder,Coconut milk, salt and garam masala.
8. cook for 5 min in simmer by adding coconut milk if you want gravy.
9. After the curry is cooked garnish with ciliantro and serve it...goes well with bagara/ plain rice/chapati.

Hope you like my recipe.


  1. Lovely chicken curry. Lovely preparation.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  2. Nice creamy gravy !! chicken and apple is interesting combo !!

    Ongoing Event - CC-Roti Pachadi/Chutney

  3. I liked your blog very much. Chicken curry with coconut milk looks delicious, yummy and tempting. Wonderful presentation.
    You are welcome at my post-

  4. i love chicken curry with coconut milk... my mom makes in this way.. :)snap is too tempting :)

  5. This looks great - creamy, spicy and delicious!

  6. Creamy and yummy curry...

  7. A very yummy and tempting treat...

  8. Same pinch...even I make similar chicken curry with coconut milk

  9. deepthi, do you have a recipe for andhra chicken dry roast. I used to have it in andhra hotels in bangalore and I'm searching for a recipe...

  10. This looks absolutely delicious DD! I seriously think i might give this a go, as you may have been able to tell from my blog we are a curry lovin' household and this looks too good to ignore and easy too! Gorgeous recipe, thank you, and thank you for your lovely comments on my posts too :) Makes my day!

  11. Chicken curry is one of my favorite chicken recipe and I love making it for dinner. Thanks for sharing another idea for me.
    non veg preparation


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