Peanut Butter Chicken Curry

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We guarantee this will be a new family favourite! It's really easy to make and uses a lot of ingredients you will already have in your cupboards and is all cooked in one pot so there's less washing up, which is a win for us! It has a rich and creamy sauce with a lovely nutty flavour and is a really comforting and low-calorie alternative to ringing for a takeaway.

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Peanut Butter Chicken Curry

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I loved it, it was so creamy.
I forgot to put the vegetables in but it was still lovely, I could always add them at a later date. I did use thigh and chicken breast. Also I had garlic bread with it.
Peanut Butter Chicken Curry with Broccoli & Cauli rice
Mushrooms make a great alternative to courgettes, they keep their texture and soak up all the lovely flavours. Served with Broccoli and Cauliflower rice and added a Warburton's Naan to scoop up the sauce.
Cannot wait for round 2!
Added a little water to the ingredients to make it a little more ‘saucey’. Easy to add in extra veg. Love, love, love!
Yummy 😋
Added fresh coriander & fresh chillis for a bit of a kick 🌶️
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I'd dice the chicken into fairly small pieces. It seemed to make it a lot more moist than if it was in large pieces.
A lovey mid week meal, easy to make in the slow cooker.
We used leftover shredded chicken from a roast and added this to the slow cooker at the same time as the spinach & courgette to warm it up and absorb the flavours.
Pinch of wow!
Used smooth peanut butter and a little extra coconut milk and it worked really well. Lovely creamy sauce and tender chicken pieces
This recipe was really nice and not overly nutty in taste.
I added a few flaked almonds to the top of my finished curry to make it look fancy. This curry would taste nice with a side salad and the PON onion bhajis. I will be putting my left over peanut butter curry Into the PON samosas for my lunch next week
Nice but mild
I didn’t find it very spicy so will double amount of siracha next time
Full of flavour
I added some extra sriracha sauce, as I thought it needed some more kick, but it might have gained more heat during cooking.
I changed the chicken to Quorn for a meat free delight
All of these recipes are so easily adapted to be meat-free using Quorn
Easy and delicious, you’ll never settle for a takeout again
Others in household are not keen on visible veg so I blitzed the sauce before adding the spinach. A masterpiece.
Comfort food as a hug...
To thicken your sauce, peave the lid off for part of the cooking process... I added coriander as a garnish with a slice of lime for those who like it extra zingy...

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