Chicken Curry – Purkan Gosht

purkan gosht chicken curry

Flavoursome chicken full of North Indian aroma. This is a mild curry paste that we have developed to allow you to taste Indian food without getting vast amounts of heat. If you wish to spice it up adding a little chilli powder (about 1 or 2 Tsp) and a couple of fresh chillies will add some more heat without destroying the flavour.

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Flavoursome chicken curry full of North Indian aroma and a subtle heat.

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purkan gosht chicken curry
Yields1 Serving
Prep Time5 minsCook Time40 minsTotal Time45 mins
 2 Tbsp vegetable oil
 3 Tbsp purkan curry paste
 400 g chopped tinned tomatoes
 5 large tomatoes, roughly chopped
 100 ml water, swilled into the tomato can
 500 g chicken breasts, chopped into large pieces
1

Place the oil to a Karhai and bring to a high heat.

2

Add the curry paste and stir into the oil for 30 Seconds until very aromatic.

3

Next add the chopped chicken and cook until well coated with the paste and cooked on the outside.

4

Add the fresh tomatoes, canned tomatoes and water, cover and bring to a boil. Simmer for 30 Minutes. The chicken curry should now be nice and thick and the chicken ready to fall apart.

Ingredients

 2 Tbsp vegetable oil
 3 Tbsp purkan curry paste
 400 g chopped tinned tomatoes
 5 large tomatoes, roughly chopped
 100 ml water, swilled into the tomato can
 500 g chicken breasts, chopped into large pieces

Directions

1

Place the oil to a Karhai and bring to a high heat.

2

Add the curry paste and stir into the oil for 30 Seconds until very aromatic.

3

Next add the chopped chicken and cook until well coated with the paste and cooked on the outside.

4

Add the fresh tomatoes, canned tomatoes and water, cover and bring to a boil. Simmer for 30 Minutes. The chicken curry should now be nice and thick and the chicken ready to fall apart.

Chicken Curry – Purkan Gosht
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