Quick and Easy Chicken Curry

What's On the Menu? Chicken Curry
Quick and Easy Chicken Curry

Quick and Easy Chicken Curry

This basic Chicken Curry is extremely simple, and yet quite elegant. I have served it at dinner parties many times and received lots of compliments.

Just having the word "Curry" in the title of a recipe somehow makes it seem exotic, doesn't it?

But making a Curry dish is simple. It's just a matter of adding some wonderful Curry Powder in a sauce and serving with some Rice. I like to add a few Raisins into the Rice and add Chutney on the side, like they do in India and Thailand and other Asian countries I have visited. I have included some sources of Curry Powder and Chutney too, so no need to even go shopping!

This is one of my Quick Gourmet recipes! 


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6-8 large pieces of Chicken
2 tbs. Butter
3 tsp. Curry Powder
1 Apple, chopped fine
1 Onion, chopped fine
1 can Cream of Mushroom Soup
1 cup real Cream or Half and Half
Salt, Pepper, Paprika
Optional: Raisins, Chutney, Rice

Directions for Easy Chicken Curry
Quick and Easy Chicken Curry

Melt the Butter in a medium saucepan and saute the Onion, Apple, and Curry Powder until the Onion is transparent. Then add the Soup and the Cream. Don't cheat and use Milk; the Cream makes a big difference.

Now butter a baking pan and arrange the Chicken in it, then Salt and Paprika the Chicken.

Pour the Sauce over the chicken. Bake uncovered at 350 F degrees for one and a half hours.

Great served with Raisin Rice and Chutney on the side.

You Can Buy Curry Powder 
and Chutney Online!

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