Today I'm going to post one of my favorites recipes ever. I really like spicy food and even more it is Indian style. This is a curry vindaloo style, it is so full of flavor and delicious you will get addicted to it. This recipe takes a little bit longer then the usual recipes I post here in the blog, but trust me, it is worth every minute you invest in it. I love it and cook it at least 3 times in a month.
Please let me know what you guys think of it in the comments!
2 medium onions
4 garlic gloves
1 chili pepper
Fresh ginger (the size of your little finger)
Handful of Parsley
1 table spoon of butter
2 boneless and no skin chicken breasts
4 table spoons of curry
1 vegetable cube stock
1 table spoon of corn starch
5 table spoons of balsamic vinegar
1 table spoon of honey
1 1/2 cups of water
What takes longer in this recipe is to chop everything up, so get it prepared and then the rest is easy. Chop everything in small pieces, except the tomato and the chicken that you will cut in medium cubes.
In a large pan in medium heat, add the butter and a little olive oil. Cook the onion with the garlic, chilli pepper, ginger and parsley. Let it cook for around 10 minutes or until the onions get golden. Don't forget to keep steering so it doesn't burn.
Add the chicken in the pan and let it cook until it start get all white color, at this point, add the curry, vegetable cube stock, corn starch, salt and black pepper. Let it cook a little bit more, steering constantly so it doesn't burn in the bottom until golden.
Once you notice everything is well done, add the balsamic vinegar, tomatoes, honey and the water - the water should be enough to cover the chicken, in case it is not enough add a little bit more of water. Let the pan start to boil and then change the heat to low heat. and let it cook for around 45 minutes steering occasionally so the curry doesn't get stuck in the bottom of the pan and burn. In case the sauce start to dry out with the time, add more water to level it up.
Try the sauce once is done just to make sure you have enough season to it, if yu need add more pepper or salt.
This recipe goes perfect with some good white rice. Trust me, you will cook it again in the future, it is addicting and plus leave an awesome scent in the house. <3