4 ways to make chicken curry from scratch

Chicken curry is one of my favourite curry dishes in the world.

It is a simple, comforting dish that is great to share with friends or family, and you can even serve it as a side dish to rice or stir fry with your favourite curry sauce.

However, it is also a great recipe to try with some extra spice if you want to really kick up the flavour.

You can add a few spices to the chicken curry, but I prefer the addition of chilli powder.

Chilli powder adds a nice savoury kick to this dish, but there are other spices that are a nice add-in.

Here are 4 more spices that you can use to add spice to your chicken curry recipe: Garam Masala (garam masala is a spice that is traditionally used to make a spicy Indian sauce.)

Garam masalas are often served alongside rice in a curry, and this is a great way to add some of the spice to the dish.

You could also add a little curry powder to the mix to get some extra heat.

Here’s how to make homemade garam masalam.

1.

Heat the oil in a frying pan and add a handful of garlic cloves.

When the garlic cloves get fragrant, add the chicken.

Cook on a medium heat for about 10 minutes, stirring frequently.

2.

Add a couple of cups of water and let the chicken cook on the same flame for another minute or two.

When you get the chicken to a nice browned colour, remove from the heat.

3.

Add 1/2 cup of chopped ginger and cook for about five minutes.

Add another cup of water if the chicken is too dry.

Stir the chicken with a fork and serve.

4.

Add some chilli and garlic powder to make your own garam Masalam.

To make this sauce, you will need to use one small jar of chillies and 1/4 cup of fresh ginger.

I use a little bit of extra ginger for the sauce because I like the aroma and flavour.

If you prefer to use a smaller jar of hot chillies, you can also use one of the larger jar.

I used to use two large jar jars, but now I use just one large jar.

You will need a jar that is at least 3cm wide.

You should also use a clean spoon and a bowl to mix the chillies with the ginger.

If the chilli is too bitter for your taste, you could add a splash of water or a little more chilli flakes.

If it is too sweet for your tastes, add more salt and pepper.

For a more savourful version of the recipe, you may also like to add a couple more chopped chillies.

5.

Serve this chicken curry with some rice or rice and vegetables like tomato, onion, and some spinach.

The chicken curry is very hearty, but you can easily switch up the spices in your chicken and rice.

For example, you might add a small amount of turmeric, ginger or chilli.