Reunite With the Family With a Home-Cooked Chicken Curry

Although the BRIC Interiors team has recently had to work from home, the on-going virus is not stopping us from working much harder to ensure projects and deadlines are met. Besides work, being at home can be a perfect opportunity to enjoy and realise what matters the most in this time of uncertainty. Recovering from your busy schedule, doing some chores around the house and taking this time to spend with your family and reuniting has never been more important. Get the family involved with activities you can do at home from cleaning the house, playing board games, or even cooking.

Although the media has bombarded us with so much news regarding the virus, take this time to turn the negative into something positive. Here at BRIC Interiors, Design Director Bally Taylor shares her delicious curry recipe for everyone to try at home. Indian curry is a perfect comforting food best served with naan bread or rice, which every household adores. However, her secret recipe for making the best curry is none other than cooking it with your loved ones. Someone can be washing the vegetables, while the others could be cutting the onions, getting the seasonings ready, and gathering the utensils. Eating dinner is much better when knowing that everyone took part in cooking the dish.

Chicken Curry Recipe

Serves 4-6

Cooking time 1-1.20 hours


▪ 75g butter

▪ 2 large onions, finely sliced

▪ 3 t-spoons of cumin seeds

▪ 1 ½ t-spoons of salt

▪ 4 green chillies finely chopped

▪ 2 tbsp of freshly grated ginger

▪ 2 Garlic Cloves crushed

▪ 2 tsp of Garam Masala

▪ 2 tsp of turmeric

▪ 2 tbsp of tomato puree

▪ ½ can of chopped tomatoes

▪ 1 Chicken stock cube

▪ A handful of fresh coriander, finely chopped

▪ 2 chicken breast cut into medium-sized cubes (skinless), 6

chicken thighs with bones (skinless)

▪ 2 cups of water


▪ A thick base pan is required on high heat.

▪ Place the butter in the pan to melt, being careful not to burn the butter.

▪ Add the 2 large finely sliced onions

▪ Add 3 tsp of cumin seeds, allow the cumin seeds to pop add the onions and continue to cook them until they, caramelize or turn golden brown

▪ Add salt

▪ Add 4 green chillies

▪ Add the 2 tbsp of grated ginger

▪ Add the 2 Garlic cloves

▪ Add the 2 tsp of Garam Masala

▪ Add 2 t-spoon of turmeric

▪ Stir for 2 minutes

▪ 2 tbsp of tomato puree

▪ Add ½ can of chopped tomatoes

▪ Add 1 chicken stock cube

▪ Stir for 5 minutes, until all the spices have been mixed in well.

▪ Add the washed chicken cuts and cook for 5 minutes to allow the chicken to blend in with the spices

▪ Add the 2 cups of water

▪ Reduce heat to medium, cover and simmer for 40 to 45 minutes. Give a stir every 5 minutes.

▪ Spoon onto serving plates and sprinkle with fresh coriander. Serve with naan or basmati rice.

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