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Chicken Tikka Masala


Another quick one I'm afraid. We are preparing to say to goodbye to hubby's sister and family this weekend as they leave for New Zealand.

I made this last night for dinner and it was a complete hit, very tasty, with minimal effort. Great when time is short.

Ingredients: serves 4
2 Onions, sliced
Thumb size piece of ginger, peeled and sliced
2 Red Chilli's, sliced
3 Chicken breasts, chopped
1/2 280g jar of tikka paste
1 can coconut milk
1 tin chopped tomatoes
Salt and Pepper

Method:
Step 1: Fry onion, ginger and chilli's for 10 minutes until soft
Step 2: Turn up heat and add chicken and tikka paste, then add coconut milk and tomatoes and season generously. Bring to the boil then simmer with lid on for 20 minutes
Step 4: Serve with rice

A little picture of Lowen in her new winter hat!!



Comments

  1. Lowen is a beauty! Great quick supper.

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  2. Beth, Lowen is SO cute!!

    Another great dish.

    Maria
    x

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  3. Great looking curry. Lowen is so cute in her hat!

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  4. Awe Lowen is such a cutie Beth!

    Lovely looking masala :)

    Rosie x

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  5. She's adorable - what a cute picture!

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  6. What a little cutie. I am sure she will be a foodie adventurer:D

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  7. Lowen is so cute--wish I could find a hat like that in my size!

    The CTM looks lush :D

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  8. You've been tagged! come over to see what.

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  9. Lowen is SO adorable. I love that name and the hat too!
    The masala also looks great!!

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  10. I love chicken tikka masala, and yours looks yummy.

    I hope your sister-in-law enjoys her new life in New Zealand. A friend of ours moved there a few years ago, and he loves it.

    Lowen looks lovely in her new hat.

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  11. Oh she's so cute!
    I love a good curry, this looks delicious.

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