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20160707_193820

Mauritian Teeka Tropical Chicken Curry

I made this using a spice blend made by a friend of mine who started a little company making a lovely little range of spice blends. He lists a wide range of ingredients on the packet, few of which I had, so I made my own version from what I had in the house. I was so impressed with the end result and can’t recommend his spice packets enough.

He is a family man so, like a lot of us, he doesn’t make a fortune, it is more a labour of love for him at the moment. It would be nice to see it take off for him as he is a great guy with a really big heart and young family. The type of people we should be spending our money with when possible rather than big corporations.

Click on the image below to go to his site to see a list of stockists. You can also buy directly from him via his site too.

Spice Devils did not pay me any money etc to write this review nor to post this recipe. I do it because I love his product and he is a nice guy.

 

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Ingredients

Allergens : Gluten Free
Chicken Fillets - 6
Tomato Passata - 2 x 500g packs
Baby Potatoes - 500g
Red Pepper - 1
Onion - 1
Milk - 100ml
Fresh Coriander - Big Bunch
Garlic Cloves - 2
Rapeseed oil - 3 tbsp
Chicken Stock Cube (optional) - 1 I (I didn't use one)

Instructions

1
Getting Ready.. You will need - 1 large heavy bottomed port, 1 sharp knife, 1 chopping board and 1 wooden spoon or similar.
2
Dice the chicken into chunky cubes, then do the same with the pepper and onions.
3
Peel the potatoes and finely chop the garlic
4
Heat the oil in the pot then add the chicken, onions, garlic and potatoes, cook for 1 minute then add the spice packet, stir really well to coat everything in the spice.
5
Add the tomato passata and milk, cover and simmer for 40 minute, removing the lid for the last 20.
6
Chop the coriander and add half, stir then taste and serve if happy.
7
It is best served with basmati rice, if you do then sprinkle the remaining chopped coriander over the top if not then sprinkle it over the top of the curry
8
You can add a chicken stock cube if you feel it is needed, I didn't add one
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