Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Slow-Cooker Chicken Curry Recipe

Slow-Cooker Chicken Curry

I love Indian and I usually use simmer sauces to make dishes at home.  Last week I received this recipe in my inbox from Kraft and had to give it a try.   It's a winner, winner chicken dinner!  My family and I loved it!   My youngest asked for seconds, and my husband can't wait for me to make it again!  

If you like Indian, you should give this one a try!

Here is the recipe (slightly adapted):

3  Pounds Boneless/Skinless Chicken Thighs (you can use chicken breast)
1  16 oz jar of Salsa (I used Taco Bell Mild Thick and Chunky)
1  Onion Chopped
2  Tablespoons Curry Powder
1  Cup Sour Cream (fat free, reduced fat or regular - I used reduced fat)

Lightly spray crock-pot with cooking spray.  Rinse thighs and place in pot.  Mix salsa, onions and curry powder then pour over chicken.  Cover and cook on high for 4 1/2 to 5 hours.  Once chicken is done, remove it from your crock-pot leaving the sauce behind.  Place chicken in a dish and cover to keep warm.  Add one cup of sour cream to sauce, mix and serve over chicken and rice.

*A side of Sweet Mango Chutney (I love Patak's)  would go great with this dish!

So simple and so good!

Only FIVE ingredients...happy dance!

Thanks so much stopping by!



Natalie said...

Ooh that looks great - going to have to try that... Hubby cant do anything too spicy but I think even mild this will be yum.... Thanks for sharing this receipe xx Nat

Mary ~ said...

Hi Nat - I was surprised, it was so good! Not hot at all, I actually think it would be better with more heat! When I make Indian, I usually have a small side of plain yogurt to cool down the heat...and always with sweet mango chutney...which I didn't have in the house tonight - I love layers of flavor......Hope you are well, love you new project, it's awesome! Xx back @ ya - Mary

Anonymous said...

nice idea. thanks for sharing...

Drea said...

Yum! I love Indian food! I am always looking for a good recipe and I think this is one I might even be able to get my husband to try. Thanks for sharing it.

Mary ~ said...

Drea - it's really good and so simple to make! Congrats on finishing your baby blanket - it's adorable, I love the colors and fabric you used...too cute!