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Singapore Style Chicken Kurma

Singapore Style Chicken Kurma
Oh there is nothing like having chicken kurma and of course I am talking about Singapore Style Chicken Kurma here not normal chicken kurma here in India.Another recipe of my hometown from my kitchen to yours....

Serving Size: 4


1 chicken cut
3 stalk lemon grass smashed
2 star anise
3 cardamom pods
2 onions slice
3 tbsp Kurma powder
3 cups thin coconut milk
Red chillie split
Green chiles split
2 pandas leaves or u can use panda essence
2 tomatoes chopped
1cup thick coconut milk
Salt to taste

Preparation Methods:
Mix sufficient water with the Kurma powder to form a paste. Remove the seeds from the cardamon pods. Heat oil in sauté the lemon grass,star anise,cloves,cardamom seeds and the sliced onions. Add the Kumar paste and sauté until fragrant. Add the chicken and mix until well coated with the spices. Then add the salt both chillies, panda leaves or essence, thin coconut milk and chopped tomatoes. Simmer till the chicken becomes tender. Finally stir in the thick coconut and allow to cook for 5 minutes. Dish up and serve with rice.


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Look yummy! Never cook Kurma before, must try one day.
Sravs said…
Chicken Kurma looks super delicious !!

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Aarthi said…
YUM YUM.Totally awesome...Thanks for the recipe dear.will try soon..

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KrithisKitchen said…
New to me.. looks like a fusion of many flavors.. what are the ingredients of the kurma powder..
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Torviewtoronto said…
delicious chicken looks wonderful

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