If you love curries and have been making curries with ready-made curry sauce, you must try this chicken and peppers curry.
I promise you, it’s easy to make, and it doesn’t require so many different spices and herbs and whatever.
Many years ago, before I married my husband, I did try Indian/ Pakistani dishes at several restaurants in Indonesia and Japan. But I was not too keen on having them.
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I used to find the spice aroma so strong that it killed my appetite. Maybe because the chefs at those restaurants used hundreds of different spices that they became overpowering. I don’t know.
Because ever since I got introduced to Pakistani home foods by my extended family, I now love my curries.
Similarly, I love Indian foods now. I have many Indian friends who kindly introduce their traditional food, and all taste amazing.
So I suppose it all depends on the recipes and the chefs! 😀
Anyway, I’ve now learnt that not all Pakistani foods use many different spices. In fact, most of the home food uses the same spices.
And this chicken and pepper curry recipe are the same. It doesn’t use many spices. It’s also pretty straightforward to make it.
You just have to make the masala which is the spicy sauce first before you actually cook the chicken.
Check the recipe out and try. I’m quite positive that you’ll be intrigued to make 😉.
I do hope you find this recipe interesting and that you’re now thinking to try it. When you do, please let me know what you think about it by leaving your views in the comments below.
Feel free to share the post and to pin it in your Pinterest. Before you go, don’t forget to check my other recipes that you may love too.
- Not-too-spicy chicken kebab patties.
- Pakistani lamb keema matar: lamb minced meat with green peas curry.
- Pakistani Dahi baray recipe.
- Mung bean curry: Pakistani whole mung bean dal.
Thank you and all the best.