Chicken Stew Recipe – How To Make Chicken Stew – Curries And Stories With Neelam

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Chicken stew is a rich and hearty meal that has a broth base and is filled with pieces of chicken and assorted vegetables. Stew is considered a one-pot meal as only one pot is used to cook it from start to finish. It can be cooked for several hours on the stove or in a slow cooker.

½ kg chicken
1½ tbsp coconut oil
4 tsp vinegar
Water to cover
2 carrots 2 potatoes
Handful of green beans
2 bay leaves
1″ piece of cinnamon
2 star anise
4-5 cloves
3-4 green cardamom
1 large onion
Handful of curry leaves
1″ piece of ginger
2 green chillies (optional)
2 tsp black pepper
200 mls coconut milk
Pinch of garam masala (optional)
Parsley to garnish

Take a pressure cooker and add water, chicken thighs, white vinegar and salt to it. Close the lid and cook till one whistle is blowed.

Take a sauce pan and heat oil in it. Then add bay leaves, cinammon, star anise, cloves, green cardamom and sliced onion and cook till the onion is soft. Once the onion is soft add curry leaves, ginger, green chillies, salt and black pepper to it. Now add potatoes, carrots and beans to the saucepan. Then add the pressure cooked chicken pieces to it. Drain the water the chicken was cooked in and add pour half of it in the saucepan. Add the coconut milk and stir the mixture. Put the lid on and cook for approximately 10 minutes. Take the lid off after 10 minutes and top it all off with Garam Masala and parsley.

Give it a stir and chicken stew is ready to be served!

Make this easy and healthy recipe at your home and share your experiences with us in the comments section below. HAPPY COOKING!



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