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    Default Butter Chicken recipe please?

    Hi all, was just wondering if anyone had a recipe for Butter Chicken I could try?
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    Here's a recipe and a video to go with it mate. Hope it all goes well. EDIT...... Looks like the link is broken. HERE'S a recipe from this site.

    Cheers

    Graham.
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    Thank you so much! I made this last night-it was to die for!!!

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    Well done Karen, I'm glad it went well for you.

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    Butter Chicken Recipe

    Chicken(boneless) - 250 gm
    Onion - 2 big
    Tomato - 1 big
    Butter - 50 gm
    Refined oil - 1/2 cup
    Salt - 1 tsp(1/2 tsp for marination and 1/2 tsp for gravy)
    Coriander powder - 3 tsp
    Kashmiri mirch - 1 tsp
    Green chillies - 2
    Jeera(cumin) - 1 pinch
    Ginger garlic paste - 1 tsp(1/2 tsp for marination and 1/2 tsp for gravy)
    Kashoori methi - 1 big pinch
    Tomato sauce - 2 tsp
    Sugar - 1/2 tsp
    Water - 2 cups(1/2 cup for frying spices and 1+1/2 cup for gravy)
    Cream - 1 cup
    garam masala - 1/4 tsp

    At first slightly and roughly cut your each chicken piece with knife(do not give big cuts).

    Now Marinate chicken pieces with 1/2 tsp salt and 1/2 tsp ginger garlic paste for 1 hour. Now make a paste of onion, tomato, green chillies.

    Add butter and oil and heat on high flame. Reduce the flame and add marinated chicken pieces in it.

    Increase the flame to medium and fry till chicken pieces til start becoming light brown (cover the pan with lid). Do not make it dark brown.

    Now reduce the flame to low and take out all fried pieces from pan. In the same oil in which you have fried chicken pieces make gravy for butter chicken recipe.

    Increase the flame to high and add a pinch of jeera after it cracks add the paste you have made. Now fry the paste on medium flame till becomes light brown.

    Reduce the flame to low and add coriander powder, kasmiri mirch, tomato sauce, kashoori methi, ginger+garlic paste, sugar, salt and 1/2 cup water in it. Stir it, cover it with lid and fry it on medium flame. Occasionally stir it. Fry it until it starts releasing oil.

    Now pour 1+1/2 cups of water and increase the flame to high. Stir it and cover it. When the gravy starts boiling add fried chicken pieces and cover it with lid. Let the chicken pieces cook on low flame for 10 minutes.

    Now reduce the flame and add cream and garam masala in it stir it cover it and switch off the flame. Your butter chicken is ready to serve.
    Last edited by graham flintoft; 15-06-2015 at 07:15 AM.
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    Hi,

    Is the recipe posted above the same one in the link Graham posted? Unfortunately I am unable to open the link
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    Quote Originally Posted by Acholll View Post
    Hi,

    Is the recipe posted above the same one in the link Graham posted? Unfortunately I am unable to open the link
    This is the you tube link Acholll [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvyL0pC2wwA"]YouTube- bc999[/ame]
    If this fails you could always subscribe to the site mate, it 7 quid I think. Not bad for what you get.

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    Graham.
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