Thursday, December 6, 2012

Chicken Tikka Masala

2012-10-10 cooking 61971This is another one from my sis-in-law Julie (who is just about to have her first baby…hooray!) 

Being an Indian food fan (we’ve had to do “India Night” a couple times for “International Nights” cause I like it so much…), I was head-over-heels with this stuff. 

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Grill or cook chicken and discard marinade.
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Then use these ingredients for the sauce:
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Season with the cumin, paprika and salt. 

Stir in tomato sauce and cream.  (Julie sometimes uses more tomato and less cream...)

Simmer on low until sauce thickens (about 20 minutes).
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Then add the grilled chicken into the mix and simmer for 10 more minutes.

Garnish with fresh cilantro and a little plain yogurt or sour cream. 

Serve over hot rice.
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Oh man oh man I need to make this again soon…

6 comments:

  1. I LOVE Indian food, and Chicken Tikka Masala is one of my FAVORITES!!! I will definitely be making this! Thanks!

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  2. Awesome! I put this right into my food rotation from Pinterest for this month but was wondering about it and tada! I'm excited about now for sure.

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  3. This sounds SO good! Our favorite is Slow Cooker Butter Chicken. It is honestly the best thing I have ever tasted outside of food from an Indian restaurant!

    http://www.mealplanning101.com/2008/09/slow-cooker-butter-chicken.html

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  4. Is the bread you served with it Roti/Chapati, or it it a tortilla? The whole meal looks delightful. Do you think you can substitute something else for the cream? I wish I could eat it, but even a little bit doesn't agree with me. I can drink whole milk, maybe that will work?

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  5. This is one of my favorite dishes. Can't wait to try this version!

    For Susan R: I sometimes substitute canned coconut milk in place of cream in recipes like thisand it seems to work fine.

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  6. We are being adventurous and trying this tonight. Wish us luck!

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