Ok, so this was one of the easiest curries I've ever made! Plus, me and my husband quite enjoyed it! My husband is Indian too, so he is a tad pickier than most about his curry. We really liked this one because it had more of an authentic flavor to it than other recipes we have tried. The only difference from the usual curry that we are accustomed to is that it has almost no heat to it. Usually the curry we eat it has some serious spice to it, but this is extremely mild...like no heat. So if you do like spice, then you will want to add some cayenne pepper, or anything else you think would taste good to add heat to the dish. We still enjoyed it without the spice though so it was all good. :) I did leave the raisins out, however, because neither me or my husband will eat them, I used 6 chicken thighs instead of breast halves (I like the meat better myself), and I added about 1/2 tsp of onion salt as well. Lastly, I did not do the last step of adding instant rice to the slow cooker at the end. Instant rice and curry just don't mix, in my opinion. So I just cooked my meat and gravy on low for 8 hours and about 30 minutes before it ended, I made my own jasmine rice in a separate rice cooker. You can decide which method you prefer. I hope you enjoy this recipe! It is seriously easy, no need to be intimidated, which curry can often induce. And the meat was so tender, I could barely keep it together to serve it on my rice! Very yummy, indeed.
Makes 6 servings.
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 8 hours on LOW or 4 hours on HIGH plus 20 minutes on HIGH