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):

Ingredients:                                                    
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)

Directions:
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!

Cheers!

5 comments:

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.
Drea
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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!