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Slow-Cooker Chicken Curry

Slow-Cooker Chicken Curry recipe
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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.
20 min
8 hr 20 min
10 servings
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I also used breasts and substituted 1 t. basil for the curry, since my husband doesn't like curry. Used a medium salsa, so it was a little hotter than I expected, but we like hot! Simple, and good!
I love this recipe. So good and very easy to make. I added some cubed potatoes to the dish and one time added some baby carrots. We also eat this with Naan or tortillas. Each time I make this it is a big hit.
This was very easy to make, and despite the small number of ingredients, it had a very authentic curry taste. I used skinless drumsticks in place of the thighs, and they turned out very well after just 8 hours.
I'm not a huge fan of curry but thought I'd try this because it sounded easy. I was pleasantly surprised! The flavor is excellent!
so simple to put together in the crock pot and wallk away. great curry flavor. loved it!!
I also used chicken breasts and baked them covered with foil instead of thighs and in the slow cooker. It was very good and my family really liked it -- but we love curry. And speaking of curry the heating tip was great to know about.
This was very good and easy to make. I used boneless chicken breasts straight from the freezer and mixed up the ingredients before I left for work. When I got home I made rice to go with it and a salad of tomato, cucumber, and red onion with mint for a decidedly middle eastern flavor. Daughter rated this dish a 4...she said it was because she didn't say "OMG this is so great!" when she first tasted it, but still it WAS excellent.
I baked it in the oven and used breast meat and legs...Very tender and my husband really liked it.
It was really easy especially since I was able to find boneless, skinless thighs. And surprizingly even my 11 year old liked it.
Everyone loved it! Easy!
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