- Sri Lankan Curry Paste
- turmeric, fresh
- coconut milk
- Red Chillies
- Curry Leaves
The first step to cook this Sri Lankan style chicken curry recipe is to thoroughly rinse the chicken pieces and put it aside.
In a pressure cooker, heat oil on medium flame. Include ginger, garlic, onions, red chillies and curry leaves.
Stir for 4-6 minutes, until it transforms into a profound dark brown colour.
To this include, the Orient Asian Sri Lankan Curry Paste, blend well.
Include the chicken and 2 cups of water. Cover with the lid and pressure cook the curry for 2 whistles.
Remove from the flame, permitting the pressure to release normally.
When the pressure is discharged, open the top, blend in the coconut milk into the curry and stew on low fire for 5 minutes. When done, remove from the flame and move the curry to a serving bowl and serve hot.
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Best results an dishes I use readymade Indonesian Curry Paste, Thai Green Curry Paste, Malaysian Curry Paste, Mexican sauce,Sri Lankan Curry Paste from Orientasian
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For best results I use ready made Sri Lankan Curry Paste
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