Thursday, November 23, 2017
Gateway to Sikhism
Quick Chicken Curry


serves 1
(14 lb cooked chicken, 100 g
1 small onion
2 cups cauliflower, 500 g
broken into floret
6 mushrooms
3 Tbsp soya sauce 50 ml
5 Tbsp cooking oil 75 ml
1 cup chicken stock 250 ml
curry powder


1 Heat the oil in a small frying pan.

2 Place the chopped onion in the frying pan and cook until the onion becomes soft and brown.

3 Place the chicken, mushrooms, cauliflower and soya sauce into the frying pan and cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.

4 Add curry powder, whilst stirring, until the oil is soaked up by the powder.

5 Place the cup of chicken stock into the pan and simmer till the liquid is reduced, stirring continuously.

6 Best served with brown rice or fried sliced potatoes.

5 minutes preparation, 20 minutes cooking.
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