Eatmee Recipes Chicken Curry is a popular Indian dish that provides a healthy and hearty meal or snack. The chefs at Eatmee provide an easy Chicken Curry Recipe below, but if you’re too busy to cook, don’t fear!
Eatmee’s Nasi Ayam Chicken Curry, Chicken Curry Express, and Chicken Curry Cold Stone provide similar but slightly different recipes.
How to make Eatmee Recipes Chicken Curry
- Chicken (boneless, skinless, cut into small pieces)
- 3-4 teaspoons curry powder
- 1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder
- 1 small onion (sliced)
- 2 cloves of garlic (minced)
- 1 tablespoon oil (not olive oil) – can substitute butter or ghee if you want!
Step 1: Heat oil in a saucepan over medium heat. Add onions and garlic. Cook until translucent, about 3-4 minutes.
Step 2: Add curry powder, turmeric, and chicken to the pot. Mix thoroughly to coat the chicken in the curry powder mixture.
Step 3: If using canned coconut milk (which is thick), add 1/2 cup of water so that the consistency isn’t too thick for a curry.
Step 4: Stir to mix thoroughly and bring to medium-high heat.
Step 5: Bring the curry to a boil and then simmer for about 15 minutes until the chicken is cooked and the juices thicken. (This step is optional as you can always add more water/coconut milk if you wish.)
Step 6: Add diced chicken back into the pot and mix thoroughly. Serve with steamed rice, naan bread, or flatbreads.
Nutrition facts of Eatmee Recipes Chicken Curry
- Calories: 623
- Fat: 34.15 grams
- Carbohydrates: 10.5 grams
- Fiber: 1.22 grams
- Net carbs: 8.9 grams
- Protein: 53.
Health Benefits of Eatmee Recipes Chicken Curry
Coconut milk is a superfood in keto because it contains medium-chain triglycerides and good fats that provide quick energy. According to several studies, coconut oil is also good for heart health and can reduce bad cholesterol levels.
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Easy 5 Serving Ideas for Eatmee Recipes Chicken Curry
1. Serve this Chicken Curry over steamed rice and top with chopped cilantro.
2. Make a Curry Salad by mixing shredded cabbage, hard-boiled egg, green onions, and some diced chicken in a bowl. Serve with extra curry to flavor the salad.
3. Use the leftover curry to make an awesome chicken soup or create a delicious Chicken Zoodle Soup!
4. Add some more flavor with diced tomatoes and onion to create chicken taco bowls!
5. This recipe can be easily adapted to make a vegetarian, vegan, or dairy-free Chicken Curry!
Eatmee Nasi Ayam Chicken Curry Recipe
Eatmee Recipes Chicken Curry and flavorful Eatmee Nasi Ayam Chicken Curry features rice cooked in chicken broth with chunks of chicken breast.
It’s flavored with cumin, turmeric powder, cloves, ginger, and of course… cayenne pepper. This dish is quite mild and is suitable for those who don’t like spicy foods.
Can I Freeze It?
Most curry powders are shelf-stable for a long period, about six months or so. As long as the curry powder is made in a clean environment and is free of bacteria, you should be able to freeze it. Be sure to store the curry in an airtight container and place it in the freezer.
How to store?
To store homemade curry, you can use an airtight container and place it in the fridge. Ensure the curry is covered because it will pick up any smell around it. Be sure to use your curry for the best taste and texture within about one week.
When to use it?
You can regularly enjoy Eatmee’s Nasi Ayam Eatmee Recipes Chicken Curry as a meal or snack. It pairs well with steamed white rice, naan bread, or flatbreads.
Is It Gluten-Free?
Most spices are not gluten-free, but you can use a gluten-free blend instead of regular flour. You should also ensure that your coconut milk is gluten-free (the main ingredient in both curries) and your rice can be made on a non-stick cooking surface.
How Does This Recipe Work?
Chicken provides protein, and fresh ginger root helps soothe an upset stomach. Turmeric powder also contains anti-inflammatory properties and can help aid in digestion. Garlic is great for detoxing the liver and keeping blood pressure in check.
Is It Suger-Free?
The curry powder used in Eatmee Recipes Chicken Curry contains sugar. If you’re on a sugar-free diet, you can substitute a sugar-free curry powder, although some flavors may not be as strong.
Can I Make This Recipe with Other Ingredients?
The ingredients in Eatmee Recipes Chicken Curry are generally gluten-free and suitable for any diet. However, if you have food allergies or sensitivities, some things may not work.
Eatmee Nasi Ayam Chicken Curry Recipe is a popular recipe that’s spicy but not too hot. The meat is tender, and the flavor is so good! I like how this dish turned out because it’s not too hot, the flavors are great, and it goes with regular white rice.