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Methi Murgh ~ Chicken with Fenugreek leaves

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Methi Murgh with Tomato Coconut Rice ~ Our Sunday meal

Today I have another methi based post. :)

I cannot rave enough about today’s recipe. Outright delicious! Chicken and methi complement each other really well and I’m eternally grateful to the origins of this recipe. The key to this recipe is in the caramalized onions that are pureed along with curd forming the base of this creamy dish. An ideal do-ahead lunch/dinner party fare.

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Fresh methi, Menthu kura, Fenugreek leaves

Methi Murgh Recipe

Recipe source: My recipe files

Prep: 15 mts, Cooking Time: 40 mts

Serves 5-6 persons

Cuisine: North Indian

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Ingredients:

1 kg chicken, washed and cut into medium sized pieces

1 cup packed fresh methi leaves, add little salt+sugar+water, keep aside for 15 mts and squeeze out water

2 large onions, sliced, saute in a tbsp of oil till brown and cool

1 tsp green chilli paste (2-3 green chillis)

3/4 tbsp ginger garlic paste

1 tomato, pureed

1/4 cup yogurt/curd

large pinch turmeric pwd

3/4 tsp red chilli pwd

1 tsp coriander pwd

1/2 tsp cumin pwd

garam masala pwd (2 cloves, 1″ cinnamon, 1 elaichi)

salt to taste

7-8 cashewnuts, soak in warm water and make paste

2 tbsps oil

1 Make a paste of browned onions and curd (yogurt). Keep aside.
2 Heat 2 tsps oil in a cooking vessel, add the methi leaves and saute for 7-8 mts or till they turn crisp. Remove and keep aside.
3 Heat the remaining oil in the same vessel, add ginger garlic paste and green chilli paste and saute for 3-4 mts. Add turmeric pwd, red chilli pwd, cumin pwd and coriander pwd and combine.
4 Add the tomato puree and cook for 3 mts. Add the onion-curd paste and cook for another 3 mts.
5 Add the chicken pieces and combine well. Cook on medium high flame for 3-4 mts. Reduce flame, place lid and let the chicken cook till three fourth done.
6 Add the cashewnut paste, garam masala pwd and sauteed methi leaves and combine well. Add few tbsps of water if necessary at this point of time. Cook till the chicken turns soft and you get the gravy consistency of your choice. It should be a thick creamy gravy.
7 Turn off heat and serve hot with white rice, biryani, flavored rice or rotis.

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Methi Murgh ~ Chicken with Fenugreek leaves Recipe

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 40 min
Main Ingredients: methi chicken fenugreek leaves

I cannot rave enough about today’s recipe. Outright delicious! Chicken and methi complement each other really well and I’m eternally grateful to the origins of this recipe. The key to this recipe is in the caramalized onions that are pureed along with curd forming the base of this creamy dish. An ideal do-ahead lunch/dinner party fare.

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By • Dec 16th, 2009 • Category: All Recipes, Green Leafy Vegetables, Indian Chicken Recipes, Indian Curry Recipes, Indian Non-Vegetarian Recipes, North Indian Recipes

  • Hari

    Nice Recipe. The combination of chicken with methi always comes well. Thanks Sailaja garu.

    Hari

    • Sweta

      Amazing recipe, my hubby who is a foodie loved my methi murgh. Thank u.

  • Kavita

    Sailu Garu, that just looks absolutely delicious. gotta try it soon :)

    Kavita

  • swapna

    ahhhh sailaja garu…..mouth watering dish.bowl ni foto lo nundi theesukoni thinalani vundhi.

  • http://gaurigharpure.blogspot.com Gauri

    lovely recipe.. will try this asap

  • http://sourashtrakitchen.blogspot.com Radhika Vasanth

    WOW… no words to describe how delicious it looks.

  • rani

    Wow sailu….thank u very much for this mouth watering recipe. adigina ventene post chesinanduku…. I’m feeling very happy. Even though…I dont eat chicken….the curry is looking very tempting. I will make it for my kids. And sailu….ur idea of adding methi in chicken is very good and it is also healthy …I think. Becos…as chicken is said to increase heat in body….at the same time methi balances as it has cooling properties. I hope…I’m right. Bye sailu….and sailu thanks a lot…at last u have updated KZ.

  • Swapna

    Why do you soak methi in salt+sugar water?

    To reduce the bitterness of methi leaves.

  • http://maninas.wordpress.com/ Maninas

    Looks scrumptious!

  • http://www.divya-dilse.blogspot.com Divya Vikram

    Looks so appetizing!

  • http://kavithabhargav.blogspot.com Kavitha

    The dish is looking very good. I am a eggetarian. Can we replace any vegetables for this?

    Sure you can. Both eggs and mixed vegetables will do. If using eggs, lightly saute them in 2 tsps oil and follow rest of the procedure. If using mixed vegetables, saute them with enough ghee+oil for 7-8 mts and remove. Follow rest of the procedure.

  • Priti

    Thanks Sailu. Wish you had blogged about the tomato coconut rice as well. Sorry I am a very greedy fan of your posts. You made my christmas and new year party planner easier. Thanks a million once again.

  • Supriya

    Nice recipe. I tried your chettinand chicken recipe. Initially others in my house were not too keen on eating a chicken recipe with curry leaves tadka, but then the taste changed their mind. It was finger licking good!!
    Next I am going to try your Holiday/Rum Cake. I notice in the above pictures you show a Tomato-Coconut rice. I would love to have the recipe for it.

  • mrudula

    Hello Sailu,
    The recipe sounds fab.. i m vegetarian.. can i replace chicken with paneer?? pl reply soon becoz will prepare accordingly in the coming weeknd!!! thanx in advance…

    take care,
    mrudula.

    Yes, you can use paneer. Saute paneer in oil till lightly browned and follow the above recipe.

  • Anitha

    Hi Sailu garu..

    Wow..What a fantastic site. I am your great fan. I am a beginner in cooking and this site is of real great help. keep continuing this good work. The chicken looks amazing. Will definitely try this weekend. Can I add spinach instead of mehthi. Once again..thanks!!

    Anitha garu, You can use spinach too but then it will go in a totally different direction in terms of flavor. Methi lends a unique flavor to this recipe.

  • Mini

    Hi Sailaja.,

    Wonful recipe yet again.My Mom-in-law is an extensive user of methi leaves .. So when I was staying at their place, I ve learnt to use methi as much as I can. May sound funny, but I use methi even in pappu chaaru that we make everyday. My mom used methi only in dal or when she made gobhi methi which is her special dish. Yeah I used it in Chicken curry but that was a simple chicken curry with a tomato gravy. Your curry as usual looks very delicious…will try soon. Thanks a bunch. By the way I came across a nice site recently .. may be U already know abt it.. But just thought U might enjoy it as much as me…its vahrehvah.com. I like the ‘video collage’ very much. I am sure, you must be knowing all the recipes listed..but just thought u might enjoy watching them,..Thank You.. Take Care.

  • http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/ AshaLatha R K Prasad

    WOW! What an awesome pic to match the awesome prep….. I love the way u have presented it rather captured the awesome prep…. The beautiful bright colors on the background…with the richness of the delicacy itself… It is totally tempting….. Gr8 Going!!!!!!

    Ash….
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

  • Anu

    Hi Sailu,

    I am a regular of your blog. I tried the chicken methi today and it was excellent. Thanks for sharing your time and recipes.

    • diwakar

      yeah good, its mouth watering.

  • http://cilantro-cilantro.blogspot.com/ Cilantro

    Lovely recipe and lovely presentation.

  • http://www.meesosweetandspicy.blogspot.com meeso

    Perfect flavors, looks delicious!

  • kranti

    hi sailu
    i tried to make chicken twice but somehow those spices didnt blend well with chicken. i made it with rice, rice was good but chicken tasted just soft and no taste. i cooked twice but i am missing something. can u correct me on that. we like chicken i am eager to make it best.

    Kranti, which recipe are we talking about here? Didn’t quite get you.

  • Rama

    Ms Shailu Garu,

    Why do you add cashew paste? Is it to make the gravy thick or to reduce the spiciness/ effect of chillies and Garam Masala. Instead I feel you should add coconut and Khus Khus paste. That gives a different taste.

    I followed the recipe (from my recipe files) which is of North Indian origin to the ‘T’. Cashewnut paste lends richness and creamy consistency to the dish.

  • Madhu

    Hello Sailu Garu,

    I tried your recipe it came out good. But i didn’t get the same colour of yours? I used kashmiri chilli powder..
    Do I need to use any other chilli powder for bright color?

    I am not sure why you have not been able to achieve the same color. I guess, it depends on the other factors like how well the onions are caramalized, turmeric pwd, chilli pwd and color of tomatoes. I have used home made chilli pwd using red chillis that are used to prepare pickles.

  • http://sailusfood.com sailu

    Rama garu,

    I followed the recipe (from my recipe files) which is of North Indian origin to the ‘T’. It lends richness and creamy consistency to the dish.

  • http://kavithabhargav.blogspot.com Kavitha

    Sailu,

    Prepared the dish with paneer in the morning and blogged it (http://kavithabhargav.blogspot.com/2009/12/methi-paneer.html) immediately. Thanks for the wonderful recipe.

  • Stars

    Hi Sailu, Thanks a lot for this awesome recipe. We tried and liked it a lot! I need your advice on making another dish that was utter flop when I tried. I marinated Chicken breast pieces in curds, lemon juice, chilli powder, dhaniya powder, graam masala, Kasoori methi, salt for 1 full day. Then I took it out of fridge and fried it on wide open pan on high as lot of water was oozing. I continued frying on till the water evaporated and then lowered the flame and closed lid thinking that the flavors will set in and the oil might separate. But not only did oil disappear but also the chicken pieces became extremely dry! I was very disappointed. Can you suggest how to get soft and tender chicken pieces? Is there any ground rule that always helps to get soft chicken pieces?
    Appreciate your advice!
    Thanks.

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      Stars, you need to use chicken with bones when you prepare such dishes. Breast pieces will not work. To get soft chicken, marinate for at least 4-5 hrs and do not over boil the chicken.

  • Tara

    Hi Sailu

    I also did not get the color strangely. I was wondering if the quantities (such as a tsp or tbsp) used in your recipe are measured using a measuring spoon or do you just eye ball them? The reason i ask is a tsp of anything measured using a measuring tsp is very little when compared to the spoons we use in india. I would really appreciate if you can let me know.

    Tara, most of the recipes are by way of ‘andaz’. I will do a post on tsp and tbsp and cups used by me. I have had many readers asking me the same query.

  • Tamenthi

    Hi Sailu

    I am from Malaysia and I love reading food blogs and trying out recipes. I want to try the methi-murgh, however we dont have fenugreek leaves here. What can I subsitute for the leaves. Thanks for all your lovely recipes and should I try your recipes, I will certainly post a comment.

    Meanwhile, happy new year to you and all your readers.

    Tamenthi

    Happy New Year, Tamenthi. You can use dry methi leaves called Kasuri Methi. Use about 5 tbsps for the above recipe. The use of dried methi leaves in the above recipe will differ in flavor compared to fresh methi leaves.

  • http://seemabbas.blogspot.com&www.seemaali.blogspot.com Seema

    Hi Sailu,

    Happened to reach your blog as I got the reference from Shilpa’s Aayis Recipes. Your blog is simply fantabulous. I am a mother of twin girls and am grateful to have chanced upon your Kids Zone site too… I extremely appreciate your effort in putting up these blogs together, admire you for the patience you are having in answering almost all the queries of your readers keenly. I even checked Suvastra site. You are an all rounder!!!

    I tried the Methi Murg recipe and it was simply awesome. I would like to post the recipe in my blog with your kind permission. Will try more of your recipes and let you know. Keep up the good work.

    Thank you for your very sweet words, Seema. Sure you can post the recipe, blogging is all about sharing. :)

  • SamathaShekhar

    Dear Sailu,

    I tried this recipe and it turned out awesome, myself and my husband both loved it so much and did enjoy the dish very much. Taste is wonderful i just fall short of words to explain how nice it was. “Rangu Ruchi Chikadanam anni sarigaa saripoyayi” Thanks for the recipe.

    I did try a few of your other recipes including Chegodilu, Gobi Manchuria, Aloo Methi, Tomato Chutney to name a few and all were successes. Never had any flop shows. Thanks to you and keep up the spirit.

  • shirley

    hi .. i tried this, it wasn’t so tasty as ur usual andra non-veg recipes..

  • Nikitha

    hi sailu..i have tried this sailu..it came out very well….thank u so much.

  • Swapna

    Sounds very nice… will give it a try soon. Thank you for the recipe :)

  • hema

    sailugaru, methi chicken try chesanu..It came out well. I followed exactly as you mentioned.

    Me recipes chala baguntai ..Nenu chala try chesanu meevi. Epdu upset avvaledu results tho.They always came out well.

    Keep posting many more

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  • shilpa

    hi sailu garu,
    tried out the recipe looking at the tempting photo and the dish turned out really tasty .thanks for the recipe.
    shilpa

  • http://www.chachiskitchen.blogspot.com saju

    There is a copy of this recipe, pictures and all on this forum
    http://www.friendskorner.com/forum/f22/methi-murgh-chicken-fenugreek-leaves-170883/

    some of my recipes are there too, I have asked the administrator to remove them.

  • smitha

    Hi Sailu,

    I tried this recipe and i am happy with the outcome. its just that i did not get the same color and was a little disappointed by that…and i cooked in medium heat rather than the low you mentioned and the chicken did not cook properly….i will give it one more shot…please let me know about the color variance though….

  • Swetha

    Hi Sailu, great recipe! I made this last week and it was really good. Nice picture! On my blog I posted a very Easy Chicken Fry and also Spicy Tomato Rasam to go with it. Here is the link
    homemade-south-indian-food.blogspot.com/search/label/Easy%20Chicken%20Fry

  • deepthiraju

    hi sailaja……i tried out this recipe n it was absolutely delicious n different from the regular chicken curry…thank u …waiting for more recipes!!!

  • padmaja

    hi sailaja i tried this recipe yesterday and it came out good.thank u for posting good recipes.

  • Malini

    Sailu garu
    Good! I tried it today and it came out just like the pic you posted. I think its the cashews that thicken the gravy – im going to try and use cashews in other veg recipes also to thicken it. thnx for the recipe.
    rgds
    malini

  • Divya

    Just prepared this dish yday ..first one I’m trying from your blog which I came across recently. Its the awesomest chicken curry I’ve ever made!!! came out so fantastically delicious ..I licked my whole plate clean at the end.. just couldn’t have enough :)
    Thanks a ton.

  • Virun Vasanth

    Sailaja garu wat a mouthwatering recipe madam. Aiyooooooo. Its awesome to see itself. M going to try tis tmrw itself. I have tried all ur chicken recipes, all had been super hit. Delicious. Pls tell me how to prepare chilli chicken with green chillies. Its a request. Awesome work by u.

  • Gangka

    Hai Sailu Garu;

    It looks really delicious but where can I get the methi leaves? I’m from Malaysia. Please let me know.
    Thank you. Today I tried your Butter panner recipe. And it turned out very well even though I didn’t use blender. This is the first time I cooked panner. I got it from supermarket. I like it but the cubes became slightly bigger when I cooked. It’s not that hard. Is all the panner should be frozen?

    Thank you again;
    Gangka.

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      They are fenugreek leaves, Gangka garu.

      • Gangka

        Dear Sailu Garu;

        Is there any substitute for fenugreek leaves? In case, if I couldn’t get them…Please suggest. Thank you.

        Gangka.

        • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

          You can use dry fenugreek leaves called Kasoori Methi. Use about 4-5 dessertspoons of dried leaves for the above recipe.

  • rati

    hi sailu,

    can i try this dish with boneless chicken, do i need to precook the chicken first. pls advise.

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      Chicken with bones works best for this dish, Rati. No need to pre-cook the chicken. Follow the recipe.

  • SHYAM AKKISETTI

    hi sailu,
    your recipe looks fantastic.today am doing hyderabadi dum biriyani…want to make this as the curry to go with biriyani…hope it comes fine.got to go and look for fenugreek leaves..am staying in kl,malaysia…keep posting new recipes..

  • Deepa Ranjith

    Wonderful recipe. Slurpppp….

  • Pritha

    Hi Sailu,

    Your methi chicken looks great. But why do you want to cut down on the bitterness of the methi leaves? Isn’t that what adds to the flavour? I do a methi chicken too but differently. That too is delicious.

  • Sarita

    Hi sailu

    I love your site.

    Most of your chicken recipes are for 1 kilo chicken
    I buy 1 fresh chicken, deskinned and cleaned.
    It weights approx 1.5 kg. We do not get any other size from the shop I buy from.
    Does this mean I have to double the quantity of ingredients/spices
    *****
    I am not sure what caramalise onions mean
    My understanding is
    when they are transparent – they are called golden brown
    caramalised means dark brown? are they to be partially brown or fully brown. I am worried I may burn them. Just how do you know when they are carmalised.

    Thank you for your patience

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      Sarita, you do not have to double the ingredients, just slightly increase by ‘andaaz’ (eyeball). If recipe calls for 2 onions, use 3. Caramelizing onions is sauteing them beyond the ‘transparent’ stage but not black. They have to turn brown. I have put up a picture of caramelized onions in Hyderabadi ChickenDum Biryani post.

  • Amateur

    Hi Sailaja,

    I have been following ur site for quite some time now…however never actually tried ur recipes…yesterday i tried ur Methi Murgh recipe (with a few tweaks to adjust our taste) and it turned out awesome…me and my hubby thoroughly enjoyed it..thanks to u..would like to mention (though its a known fact by now)…ur recipes obviously rock…btw the pictures are really tempting and appealing..love them all
    keep the good work going…all the best!!

    Samidha

  • Shonu

    Hi Sailu,
    I have tried many recipes and it turn out good.I planning to try out this recipe but I do not want to add yogurt.Could you please tell me with which ingredient I should substitute it.

    Shonu

  • http://www.newsflash.in/ Sujata

    Your recipes make me hungry.

  • Nupur

    Hi! Am trying out this recipe today. I need to know about the paste you mention with curd and onions. Do i need to blend it or just mix it? I didn’t understand the term ‘paste’. Sorry! Also i tried the chicken manchurian…the taste was great but the chicken pieces became hard…wonder why! Waiting for your reply…

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      Blend the curd and onions to make a paste.

  • Preeti

    Ohhhh this looks very delicious, gona give it to my mom to try this weekend. Sailu, Iv tasted Chicken with Capcicum and it tasts yummy…. but iv never got a recipe with that combi, can U share a recipe with this combi plz…

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      Here’s a recipe using capsicum and chicken – Capsicum Chicken

  • khushi

    check this out also
    yummyfood-khusi.blogspot.com/2010/11/methi-chicken.html

  • kiran polavarapu

    Hi Sailaja garu,
    I have been cooking your recipes for a while now( I learnt a lot of cooking from your site to be frank ).. But this methi chicken is definitely cream of the crop for me… It came just so awesome, that I couldn’t refrain myself from commenting… Thank you sailaja garu thank u soo much :) keep posting keep posting good tips and recipes!

  • sanjay

    Awesome recipe ..Turned out perfect with wonderful flavors .. looking forward to other recipes. Thanks

  • Dina

    Hi Sailu,

    I have a question about ur recipe.When u say caramalised onions,do i have to saute the onions in low flame till its soft & caramelised or do i have to fry it till is brown and crispy(just like we do for biryani)?

    Thanks for the recipe anyways.

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      You fry them a little less than you would for biryani. They do not have to be very brown and crispy. But you need to fry them really well.

  • http://www.flickr.com/ashasusan Asha

    Hi Sailu,

    I prepared this and it came out so delicious. It is really a winner with rotis. Like you responded in one of the comments, it is North Indian to the ‘T’ – which sometimes I find it quite tricky to make on my own. Whatever I make tends to be invariably southie in flavor. so I was quite excited by the results of this. The methi does lend a distinct taste.
    Thank you for sharing the recipes and such detailed instructions.

  • Sri

    Hi Sailu,

    I had tasted this dish in a restaurant just a week back and it was yum…Could not get the taste off my mouth…have been searching for the recipe and here it is!Thanks a ton for this mouth watering recipe..will try it this weekend for sure!

  • Winter

    Sailu, thankyou for sharing this magic recipe with all of us. I tried out this weekend and my familu just sweeped it away and I really wondered where did the curry go :-) . Looking forward for more of such recipes.

    Winter

  • Viloshni

    Hi Sailu – I am South African of Indian origin.My and my husbands family came from Andhra Pradesh about a 130 years ago.During this time the cuisine eaten by us has changed quiet a bit and we only cook a few Andhra dishes.I am so glad to have found your site so that I can now practice some authentic Andhra cooking which my Telugu forebears have brought years ago.

  • Bams

    Hi Sailu,

    As i told you earlier, I tried this on Monday and it was awesome!! It was a very big hit. All of them are a fan of it now. I will be making it very frequently. Mouth watering recipe!! Thanks for the post.

    Thanks
    Bams

  • Salma

    I tried the chicken methi on sunday meal and it was excellent. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Looking for more recipes.

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  • http://notoriousexperiments.wordpress.com Dee D.

    That looks delicious! So tempted to try this out :)

  • Sirisha

    This took a tad-bit of prep time, but the results were well worth it.
    Enjoyed the dish, and menthi kura is definitely growing on me!

    I am not a keen blogger myself, but am definitely a foodie. I really, really liked this methi machi dish from Avisha at SimplySindhi recipes, and have a feeling you might like it to. Do give it a try if you can Sailu!
    http://www.simplysindhirecipes.com/2009/05/methi-machi/

    Thanks!

  • Tamenthi

    Hi Sailu

    I tried the methi chicken yesterday, and it came out great. I will be making it again soon for my guests. I added the dry methi leaves together with the cashew paste and did not fry it. I guess the fresh ones need frying. You bet will try your other recipes. Thank you once again. God Bless.

    Tamenthi

  • Prasanthi

    Hi Sailu,

    I tried out the methi chicken yesterday… it was a blast.. the recipe is simple yet gives out loads of flavor. Instructions were accurate and easy to follow – so thank you for the great website and the great recipe… I will be trying out all your other recipes soon…

  • chethana gopal

    a very nice recipe. I tried it and it was liked by everyone at home….thanks for such a wonderful recipe….

    chethana

  • Anu

    I made it for the first time following your recipe.. Came out absolutely delicious. Thanks so much. Plannning to replace chicken with paneer for my vegetarian friends and see how it comes out.

  • Anu

    I made it for the first time following your recipe.. Came out absolutely delicious. Thanks so much. Plannning to replace chicken with paneer for my vegetarian friends and see how it comes out.

  • Anu

    I made it for the first time following your recipe.. Came out absolutely delicious. Thanks so much. Plannning to replace chicken with paneer for my vegetarian friends and see how it comes out.

  • Anu

    I made it for the first time following your recipe.. Came out absolutely delicious. Thanks so much. Plannning to replace chicken with paneer for my vegetarian friends and see how it comes out.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_7WY76PPHAXZA5JM7FVG5GAAQCU Chris

    Hi Sailu,

    Thank you for posting this marvelous recipe. This reminds me of my mothers home cooking back in India.

    With Love,

    Chris

    http://www.slice-o-matic.net

  • Anonymous

    Thankyou very much for this amazing recipe, My mom made this on my birthday yesterday and it was loved by all ….. everyone was shocked when I told them that it was homemade n not ordered from a hotel. I like it a lot, its really very good. Thanks again

  • Anonymous

    Thankyou very much for this amazing recipe, My mom made this on my birthday yesterday and it was loved by all ….. everyone was shocked when I told them that it was homemade n not ordered from a hotel. I like it a lot, its really very good. Thanks again

  • Phil

    Hi Sailu

    thanks for all your hard work on you have done for our benefit, your site is excellent
    I intend to make this recipe but I have a nut allergy..could I leave out the cashew nut paste? would it suffer in flavour a lot?

    best regards

    Phil

    • Anonymous

      You are most welcome, Phil. You can leave out the cashew paste. You can use melon seeds about 1/2 tbsp soaked in a tbsp of milk or water. Grind to a fine paste. If you do not have any melon seeds just follow the recipe omitting cashews. The curry will still taste good without cashew nuts. Do leave your feedback on your experience. :)

      • Simon

        Or poppy seed paste:)

  • Denny

    hi Sailu,

    I just tried this curry and it was awesome. Thanks for a wonderful recipe.

    Denny @ OhTastenSee(http://www.ohtastensee.com)
    Serve it – Festival Potluck – http://www.ohtastensee.com/2011/10/02/announcing-serve-it-festival-potluck/

  • Denny

    hi Sailu,

    I just tried this curry and it was awesome. Thanks for a wonderful recipe.

    Denny @ OhTastenSee(http://www.ohtastensee.com)
    Serve it – Festival Potluck – http://www.ohtastensee.com/2011/10/02/announcing-serve-it-festival-potluck/

  • Prem

    Hi Sailu,
    This is a wonderful dish (every one of your other dishes I have tried so far have been). I originally tried it with fresh methi. We don’t always get that around here. Dried methi (Kasoori Methi) works almost as well.

    • Laila

      how much kasoori methi do you use?

  • Meghna Raos

    how many teaspoon of garam masala to add?

    • Anonymous

      1/4 tsp garam masala will do.

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  • Harrisharris1984

    You have not included the yoghurt in your method although it is listed in ingredients.
    You have also not given a quantity for this ‘curd’ in the ingredients.
    These points make following the recipe accurately difficult.

    • Anonymous

      Sorry for the inconvenience. Curd and yogurt mean the same.

  • nits999

    We tried this receipe soooooooooo much time this our favourite dishhh now !!!!!! thnxxxxxxxxxxx sailu aunty !!!!!!!!@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

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  • nits999

    We tried this receipe soooooooooo much time this our favourite dishhh now !!!!!! thnxxxxxxxxxxx sailu aunty !!!!!!!!@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

    super like

  • nits999

    We tried this receipe soooooooooo much time this our favourite dishhh now !!!!!! thnxxxxxxxxxxx sailu aunty !!!!!!!!@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

    super like

  • Yummyfoodmadeeasy

    Great recipe! I have discovered fenugreek leaves recently, and I love how it enhances the flavour! Maybe you can try my recipe too!
    http://yummyfoodmadeeasy.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/methi-gosht-meat-with-fenugreek/

  • Yummyfoodmadeeasy

    Great recipe! I have discovered fenugreek leaves recently, and I love how it enhances the flavour! Maybe you can try my recipe too!
    http://yummyfoodmadeeasy.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/methi-gosht-meat-with-fenugreek/

  • Ruchi Sule

    Hi, this is a wonderful recepie… i have made it today… n everyone just loved it!!!! thx for such a great recepie!!!

  • Priya

    Hi Sailu,
    I tried this out, this came out well. I however would want more gravy.. Actually by the time the chicken cooked the masala had dried up. I used the exact quantity of ingredients as you mentioned here. However there wasn’t much gravy.. The taste was excellent.. But my family wants with a little bit more gravy.. What do I do to have more gravy? Do you suggest adding water, if yes when do I add water, or do I boil the chicken separate and then add it along with the chicken soup at the same time when you add chicken to your recipe? Please confirm.

    Thanks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=2004939 Jessica Dalwai

    made this twice so far – came out delicious each time!

  • Workphx

    I just made this with my husband as my sous chef, delicious! Added a few sheets of seaweed for umami. Yum, thanks for the recipe.

  • prachi

    Amazing taste !! Recipe is simple and yet so delicious.Thanks much

  • Phigazi

    Have made this super easy recipe a few times now and it is excellent every time. THANK YOU

  • Sonia

    Tried this recepie today and its delicious

  • sparkar

    Hi dear.

    Thank you for the recipe :). it sounds wonderful so i am going to try it. I have a qs though about the onion. If I have already have caramelized onion, how much should I add? Any idea? Maybe four tblsps or that’s a lot? Also how much garam masala powder? Your help be appreciated :). Thank you again for sharing this with everyone.

  • 21

    Thanks for the awesome recipe….everybody enjoyed it to the fullest..:) loved it!!