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Slow-Cooker Chicken Curry

Slow-Cooker Chicken Curry recipe
photo by:kraft
If you think chicken curry is too complicated to create in your kitchen, think again. This slow-cooker version is juicy and prepped in 20 minutes.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
8 hr 20 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
4/12/2013
Should specify boneless chicken. I added garam masala to mine for more flavor. I messed up and added the sour cream at the beginning, but just thickened it up with cornstarch at the end. My family loved it. My 2 year old even enjoyed it. Surprisingly close to restaurant curry - my husband agreed.
posted:
3/21/2013
Seriously good, and I am STUNNED at the depth of flavor achieved with so few ingredients. Like another poster, I would never, ever have considered using salsa as a base for curry! We loved this as is, but I think next time I may try adding a tiny bit of sugar, and using coconut milk instead of sour cream. Seriously, thanks for such a fabulous recipe!
posted:
2/20/2013
Made this for the first time, my husband loved it! Made it three times within two weeks, per his request. Very pleased
posted:
1/22/2013
Super easy and very flavorful! I used chicken breasts and cooked on high for like 2 hours and they were done. Very good!
posted:
1/3/2013
I have made this several times using dark, white & a mixture of both meats. I prefer dark but remove the skin & fat before cooking.
posted:
1/2/2013
Wow, ridiculously easy, and really good. Whole family liked it. Add more curry than called for. Don't forget to heat the curry in the microwave before adding it.
posted:
11/28/2012
I used leftover Thanksgiving dark turkey meat. Loved on ingredients I wasn't sure of the taste. It was just like Tandori chicken you might find at an Indian restuarant.
posted:
11/6/2012
This is my absolute favorite recipe from Kraft!! The sauce is soooooo delicious! I use fresh, medium-hot salsa instead of jarred salsa, and my curry is heaping tbl's!! First time I prepared it, I was expecting that it might go in the trash because I NEVER would have put salsa & curry together. Now, I make it approx. every-other week!!!
posted:
11/2/2012
LOVE IT! Follow the recipe - add a little extra curry if you want it spicier. I used Medium salsa. This is soooo good!!!! Tastes like the Indian restaurant I go to, and I never thought I'd be able to match their taste. YUM. Thanks Kraft!
posted:
9/27/2012
Beyond yummy! I made this for dinner tonight! The best crock pot dinner I have ever made. I just made a couple changes/additions based on the comments that I read through. I used chicken breasts, not thighs. I doubled the curry, we love curry in this house, is was not too strong. I also added two potatos cubed and 2 cups frozen spinach. I served it over Basmati rice and with Naan bread. I was a bit worried with using salsa in an Indian dish but it tasted wonderful!
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