As promised, I’m back with more delicious Indian recipes from Shan Foods! Last month I shared their tasty Pav Bhaji recipe with you and it was a hit! I’ve had many of you tell me you tried it and loved it! I can’t wait to hear what you think of Karahi Chicken!
This post is sponsored by Shan Foods. As always all opinions are my own.
I’ve developed such a deep love for Indian food over the years. I love all the spices that are infused with each bite.
The ability to learn about my husband’s culture through food has been what fueled my love. I wanted to learn how to make Indian food so that my husband could share his memories of it growing up and start our own memories with our kids.
My kids are obsessed with Indian food and ask for it everyday! The hard thing is that traditional Indian food can take hours to prepare. With three kids and a traveling spouse, I rarely have the time.
This is why I love Shan Foods! They have made it so easy! Instead of hours it’s done quickly! Not to mention it’s so easy! They’ve done all the hard work and have given us traditional Indian dishes!
Whether you’re new to Indian food or have been making it for years, Shan Foods can help!
- 3 lbs of Chicken (cut into chunks)
- 6 Tomatoes
- 2 Tbs Crushed Garlic
- 1 Tbs Crushed Ginger
- 2 Tbs Ginger (Julienned)
- 6 Green Chilies
- 2-3 TBS Chopped Cilantro
- 1 1/2 Cups of Oil
- 1/2 Cup of Butter
- 1 Shan Karahi Mix Packet
- Optional Naan
- Mix garlic, crushed ginger, and Shan Karahi Chicken Mix Packet in a small bowl. Coat the meat with the mixture and let it marinade for 15 minutes or overnight.
- Heat one cup of your oil and stir fry your chicken on high heat for about 5-6 minutes. Add the julienned ginger. Cover and cook your chicken on low until it's done.
- In a separate pot, head 1/2 cup oil and your tomatoes. Cook on low until your tomatoes are soft. Stir periodically.
- Add cooked tomatoes and green chilies to the chicken. Turn it up to medium and cook everything until the oil starts to separate from the masala. Stir constantly.
- When it's finished you can top it with fresh coriander and butter. This dish can be served with rice or naan.
*All Shan Foods packets can be purchased from your local Indian grocery store*
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What’s your favorite Indian dish?