I absolutely love authentic curried chicken and I believe its a meal where you can’t go wrong…whether you make it on the stove top, in the oven, or in the crock pot curry chicken is usually a winner.
I got up early yesterday am in preparation for my day and prepped my chicken because I knew I was going to have a long day and I was not going to be in the mood to prepare food once I got home.
So after my wondrful workout, I was ready to sit down and thoroughly enjoy my meal that while may have taken ALL DAY to cook, it was delish !
Check the recipe here…
-1 large pack of chicken wings (I used to small packs; 1 pack of 6 and another pack of 7. I cleaned them well and broke them down into wing portions)
-1 large garlic clove minced
-1 spring of a green/spring onion
-4 small red potatoes chopped
-2 containers of chicken broth
-1/2 cup of Jamaican Curry Powder (There is a difference between Indian Curry and Jamaican Curry)
-Scotch Bonnet peppers or sauce. (If you use the peppers, you only need 1 very finely chopped, if you use the sauce, just a few dashes will do fine)
-Crushed Red Pepper
Step 2: Cut your onions, potatoes, garlic and ginger.
Step 3: Add veggies (pictured above) to crock pot and then remove chicken from fridge and add to crock pot as well.
Step 4: Add green onions.
Step 5: Add your Sea Salt, Crushed Red Pepper Flakes and Pepper to pot.
Step 6: Mix 1/2 a measuring cup of Curry Powder and 1/2 a cup of chicken broth.
Step 7: Stir well.
Step 8: Add mixture to crockpot.
Step 9: Mix well.
Step 10: Add a few dashes of your secret weapons…scotch bonnet sauce and a few dashes of Tabasco cause. Note, if you want to use scotch bonnett peppers as opposed to the sauce you ONLY NEED ONE !! Trust me when I tell you.
Step 11: Put top on crock pot tight and cook on low for 8 hours.
Step 12: Once you’ve allowed your meal to fully cook, check it out and take the top off for a bit, turn your crock out off and unplug it.
Step 13: Last but not least…serve and enjoy ! Often times curry chicken is served with rice and peas, I opted not to make any rice as I’m doing a health challenge and trying to stay away from carbs, but you can always sub for wild rice or my new fav…quinoa.