I have a VERY large family and there is no way to make a recipe like this (even doubled) without them coming to make sandwiches 30 minutes later. SO....I used this as my base recipe and just after the onions had browned, I added peeled, washed and chopped carrots, potatoes and sweet potatoes and allowed them to cook for about 10 minutes before adding the curry, etc. Because of how much room it took in the pan, I transferred these ingredients to a crockpot and then browned the chicken in olive oil with the remnants of the earlier mixture still in the pan. Once slightly browned I added the chicken to the vegetable and curry mixture already in the crock pot, added a little hot water and then covered and cooked on high for 4 hours. All I had to do following my errands was make rice to serve with it.
(Half the family ate it with Basmati rice and the other half ate it with long grain brown rice!)
EVERYONE was licking their plates clean. TOTALLY making this again! The chicken doesn't make or break it. We have Hindu guests coming for dinner and I'm making it the same way....only without the chicken. THANK YOU FOR SUCH A GREAT RECIPE!
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I have a VERY large family and there is no way to make a recipe like this (even doubled)...