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South Style Chicken Curry With Coconut Milk

In summer month a light chicken curry is a delicious treat. So I cook this simple South style chicken curry. It is less spicy but very scrumptious. I am sure you all will like it. So enjoy a summer delight South Style Chicken curry with coconut milk.

Preparation time :  15 minutes
Cooking time : 30 minutes
Serves : 4 to 5 

Ingredients :
500 grms chicken 
1 coconut milk (thick)
½ cup coconut milk (thin)
2  onion finely chopped 
1 tsp ginger paste
1 tsp crushed garlic paste
8 to 10 fresh curry leaves 
1 tomato  cut into chunks 
1 tsp red chilly paste  or to taste
pinch of turmeric powder
3 green chilly silted
1 tbsp  butter
2 tbsp  oil 
2 pinch  sugar(optional)
a pinch garam masala
salt to taste
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Methods of Cooking:
Heat oil in pan and then add chopped onion, garlic and ginger. Fry till the onion are translucent then add the curry leaves, red chilly powder, turmeric powder. Fry a little then add butter and the chicken pieces. Fry the chicken pieces with the masala. Now add coconut milk, green chilly, salt and sugar. Cover and cook till the chicken pieces are well cooked. Then add the tomato cubes. Cook for another few minutes. Add pinch of garam masala. Put off the flame. Cover and give few minutes standing time. Serve either with rice, chapatis or appam.

Happy Cooking!


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