Saturday, 29 September 2007

Kerala Chicken Curry


Tonight I cooked Seena's Kerala Chicken Curry for my hubby and me.

It was delicious, thank you Seena for such a wonderful recipe.

You are missing out on a lovely meal if you have not yet tried this recipe. It was very aromatic, had a perfect heat of the chilli and just over all packed with flavour. Seena wrote out the her recipe easy for other people to understand.

All credit goes to Seena click here for Seena's Curry Recipe.




Also to go with this lovely curry I made some Wholewheat Chapattis.

We really enjoyed this meal tonight. It goes to show we should all have a go at cooking one an other's recipes, after all blogging is all about sharing our favourite foods together as friends.

Love Jeena x


Here is Seena's Kerala Chicken Curry Cooking




Why not click Seena's links at the top of the page so you can see this delicious meal for yourselves.



We enjoyed these recipes tonight! :)




39 comments:

Seena said...

Mmmmm,emptied pan?

Jeena, what to say, you honoured me, again...thanks dear, am very happy to know that you enjoyed our Chicken curry..

Cakelaw said...

This curry looks delicious - I can almost taste it from here! Thanks for posting this dish.

Vcuisine said...

Thanks Jeena, for trying. I am happy that you liked it and it puffed too. Being NV eater you have chosen the correct spicy dish to go with it. No doubt that you enjoyed both. Viji

Pilar said...

Thanks Jeena for your link. I have also linked your blog in mine. By the way, this chicken curry looks delicious. Be sure I'll cook it for my family.
Hugs from Spain

John said...

Hi Jeena, thanks for visiting my blog. Just had a quick look over yours, very nice, great photos. Looking forward to vist more often, i have now subscribed. Bye for now. John

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

Your curries always look so delicious Jeena!

nicisme said...

Oh how I love curry and this looks gorgeous!
You have some super recipes here - I'll be back often!

Erin said...

Hi Jeena, Thank you very much. Your recipes look delicious too. I added you as well. :)

Cynthia said...

Hi Jeena, thanks for visiting my blog. It's so nice to discover yours. I love the step-by-step demo photos you take that are very instructive and helpful.

Looking forward to seeing you around.

daphne said...

hehe.. That looks like a delicious curry chicken! I can just imagine dipping a piece of bread in it!!

doublepisces(adama) said...

Hello to you Jenna,
I would like to express that I am truly loving your blog. GREAT PICS. This dish looks really yummy. Next to goat cheese, and onions, curry is next. Well its in my top 5. Thank you so much for stopping by my way. Again I would like to mention that I love your pics they are warm and eye catching!!!! I will be back to see what your cooking!!!!

Truffle said...

This looks fantastic. I want to mop up that curry with chappatis right now!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Wonderful! That curry must have been successful by the looks of that empty pan ;-P... Yummy!

Priya Vijai said...

Sounds great Jeena. I will be happy to swap links with u.
Saw ur Kerala curry looks very very yummy .

Steena said...

Thanks for the comment!
Your curry looks *delicious*!
I might have to give it a try :)
Christina

Kribha said...

Looks so delicious. Nice combination of chicken curry and chapattis. It's lunch time and I'm craving for a bite now.

JANET said...

Hi Jeena, thanks for visiting Catfish Bytes. We like curry recipes too, so these look delicious. So glad you like my blog.

Sayangku Ayone said...

hi Jeena...
your kerala chicken curry make me hungry.. it looks yummy

thanks for visiting our cuisine, you have a nice foodie blog indeed

rita bellnad said...

Hi Jeena...I made curry for dinner yesterday, but mine was not so tempting like yours ^_^.
I'll keep the recipe will try it soon.
I've added your link, thanks for exchange

So Simple said...

That curry looks so simple. Jeena I have put your blog in my interesting Blog sites.
It's a good read
Cheers

Prajusha said...

jeena,
chicken curry looks simple and delicious.:)
liked ur step by step style of presentation.

Jyothsna said...

Looks delightful!

Padma said...

Wow that looks awesome, now u have started trying Kerala specialities too! great one!

Rose said...

I'm enjoying your site!

Bake your cake and eat it too said...

I am always amazed at the different types of curries out there. I love curries SO much, especially ones with tons of potatoes

A kitchen scientist & a white rat hubby!!! said...

chapatti and chicken curry!!!..ummmm..cant wait, jeena..just cant wait!!!...me too from kerala, so knows exactly how u feel!!..are u an indian by birth , or british?

Lissie said...

delicious chicken curry! chapathis and chicken curry...what a great combination!!

Sharmi said...

waw you tried kerala recipes too. that is a great attempt!

Seza said...

Wow that looks great. Thank you for the comment on my page the other day. I look forward to sharing recipes with you.

mallurecipes said...

too tempting jeena !!!
chicken cury and roti

Syrie said...

Jeena, I intend on cooking this next week! it looks delicious. Perfect dish for a cold and rainy Vancouver. Thank you.

Misslionheart♥ said...

Oh, that looks *good*

I've added it to my list of recipes to try

I've also added you to my blogroll, thankyou!

Andaliman said...

ahhhh it reminds me of my friend who had been living in Kerala for couple years.

Anyway Can I try some?

lory said...

miam,miam..j'adore!!

Nicole said...

This looks delish! Believe it or not, I've NEVER had curry, but will be trying this dish. Thanks for sharing!

Nags said...

wow! it truly amazes me how ready you are to try out new stuff.. hope to see you back in action soon :)

kittie said...

Wow - thanks, I've only ever had this when eating out, can't wait to try making it for myself!

Anonymous said...

i feel hungry after seeing this site, am alone in portugal, who can cook for me, i ate my curd rice seeing the photos in ur webpage.

unnikuttan_007 said...

Hey, by far one of the best sites devoted to southern stuffs (I have only checked out u r mallu recipes!) I have tried out the Kozhi Varutharacha/Kerala chicken curry and it was a blockbuster!! Btw, instead of water I added same quantity of boiled milk!!! Try it some time. This was a secret I picked up from a kallu shap kitchen in Kumarakom. Again, great job Seena! Many bows!!!