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Slow Cooker Chinese Chicken Curry

Slow Cooker Chinese Chicken Curry

This Slow Cooker Chinese Chicken Curry was utterly delicious. It's not too hot, so the kids could to enjoy it and I could leave it going in the slow cooker all afternoon, filling my house with a yummy smell. We were hungry by tea time that's for sure. I served it with some basmati rice and poppadoms.

Slow Cooker Chinese Chicken Curry


| Serves: 4 | Prep Time: 10 Minutes | Cook Time: 4-6 Hours on Low | Total Time: 4-6 Hours |


  • 2 Onions, chopped
  • 2 Garlic Cloves, chopped
  • 2 TBSP Curry Powder
  • 2 TSP Light Brown Sugar
  • 300ml Chicken Stock
  • 2 TBSP Soy Sauce
  • 5 Skinless Chicken Breasts, cut into chunks
  • 3 TBSP Cornflour
  • Chopped Spring Onion and Red Chilli to Garnish


  • Step 1: Heat some oil in a frying pan, add the onions and garlic and fry for 2 minutes. Stir in the curry powder and fry for a further 30 seconds. Add the sugar, stock and soy sauce and bring to the boil. Remove from the heat.
  • Step 2: Toss the chicken pieces in the cornflour and lay in the bottom of the slow cooker, pour over the curry sauce, and cook on low for 4-6 hours. 
  • Step 3: Season and serve with rice.

| Author: Beth Sachs | Date: 4th March 2009 |


  1. I'm loving my slow cooker too and always on the look out for new recipes. This curry looks great!

    Lowen is just tooo cute ;o) and that tractor looks like so much fun!


  2. This sounds really tasty, always looking to broaden my slow cooker horizons! Is great to come home and find dinner all ready for a change! :)

    Would have loved a tractor like this when I was a little girl too, no Barbies for me!

  3. Some of my tastiest dishes are the least photogenic

  4. Still looks great to me! I LOVE my slow cooker!

  5. I love slow cooking too - the chicken looks great.

    Your daughter is great, I love her tractor.

  6. Hi- Just stumbled upon your blog. I am so glad I did. So much good stuff here. I love crock pot recipes. She is so precious,what a cutie !!

  7. Curries are never very photogenic, but they taste superb anyway, so who cares. Personally I think this looks great.

    Lowen looks so cute on her tractor.

  8. I just bought a slow cooker. £9 at Argos - bargain! The chicken must have been so tender.

  9. Hi Beth, your blog is really nice! I bought a slow cooker and i'm starting my experiences with it. I liked this recipe, just a question: when do you add the peas?

  10. Normally add peas an hour before serving :)


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