This was never going to go well. . .
1 kg skinless, boneless chicken breast halves (I used half a kilo chopped chicken thigh and adapted from there)
2 tsp salt (I left it out)
1/2 c cooking oil
1 and a half c chopped onion (I used half a fennel bulb)
1 T minced garlic (I used a jar)
1 and a half tsp minced fresh ginger root (I used a jar)
1 T curry powder (I used chilli powder)
1 tsp ground cumin (I left it out)
1 tsp ground tumeric (I left it out)
1 tsp cayenne pepper (I left it out)
1 T water
470g crushed tomatoes
1 c plain yogurt
1 T chopped fresh coriander (I used dried and powdered)
1 tsp salt (I left it out)
1/2 c water
1 tsp garam masala (I used my own mixture)
1 T fresh lemon juice
Should I even bother typing the method? Looking at the ingredients above, I can see why this didn’t… resemble… the original recipe.
It was edible, but nothing special.
TJ liked it, presumably because his aim in life is simply to keep us guessing. (Oh, and because I once again set aside some plain butter-fried chicken for him.)
Next stop: Banana and cinnamon donuts