Stop food waste by- only cook as much as you need. Also, carefully flip the pieces after 10mins so they cook evenly. These monkeys had their routine unless the weather was bad, they came, that is, until the day my man decided to cut certain trees in the garden. just search soya meat to find the recipe. If you’re a person who likes to eat your fish very tender and just done, then skip adding fish in the first step. Sometimes even more frequently. Using Tamarind juice– follow instructions given above on the ingredients list. Save the marinade remaining in the bowl for later use.\n\nMake sure to combine all the ingredients well over low medium-fire for 3-5 minutes.\n\n\n\nLet the chicken continue to cook over medium heat to release its natural juices for 5 minutes.\n\n\n\nOnce all the liquid evaporates, slightly pan sear the chicken if that is your preference, just add a tablespoon of oil to do this.\n\nPour 1\/2 cup of water to the remaining marinated liquid, collect all the spices and pour into the chicken curry.\n\n\n\nAdd this into the chicken curry, reduce heat.\n\nCover with a lid and slow simmer for 10-15 minutes.\n\nCover the pan with a lid and leave to simmer for 10 minutes over medium fire.\n\nYou will notice a thick, sauce-like consistency as the water reduces.\n\nUncover the chicken curry after 10 minutes, pour the coconut milk, taste and season with salt if necessary.\n\n\n\nCover and slow simmer for further 15-25 minutes until gravy thickens.\n\n\n\nOptional cooking step-5 minutes before removing the chicken curry from the stove, add 1 teaspoon if dark roasted curry powder(optional) to give the Chicken curry a more intense flavor.\n\nServe warm with your favorite rice and curry dishes.\n\n\n\nSri Lankan menu plans you can try with Sri Lankan curry.Sri Lankan menu plan 1\n\nSri Lankan menu plan 2Sri Lankan menu plan 3\n\nHave you made this recipe?\n\nPlease don’t forget to rate the recipe on the recipe card so other readers find it helpful and show me your recipe by tagging me #islandsmile178 on Instagram. And Also want to skip coconut milk!! If you want to taste Sri Lankan food at its best then try this slow-cooked chicken curry recipe. As you know by now, I like to write little bits of things that happen in our corner of the world. You might find my post on how to cut up a whole chicken if you’ve never done it before. how fast the meat will defrost depends on the size and weight. you can also make the curry with a combination of chicken leg and thighs. Don’t use too much though it would over powder the fish and coconut milk flavors. A sprig of curry leaves Place a large bowl of water in your kitchen sink, fill with water and place the chicken within this bowl of water, make sure the meat is completely submerged. Pumpkin is available all year round , it is delicious, low in calories and gives you a good boost of vitamin A. Regards Thank you for the amazing recipe Required fields are marked *. In the list Of ingredients you’ve missed that troublesome tumeric. For thick milk, use the coconut milk from the package without diluting it with water. Without the chickens flavour we needed to put in some yoghurt too but otherwise followed it to a tee and had a very creamy, authentic srilankan flavour. 1/2 teaspoon Turmeric I also used wild garlic which I found in out garden which was a great extra addition to the recipe. 1/6th cup would be perfect to my taste. 2 large onions, finely sliced Yes, it’s spicy but with the coconut milk gravy and all the other Sri Lankan milk curry dishes combined, it’s fair to say that anyone can enjoy the dish without the usual scare of spicy food. 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