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Arabian Chicken Curry and Potatoes

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Ingredients

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3 lb chicken- sliced
1/2 cup vegetable oil
2 onions- chopped
4 garlic- chopped
2 tbsp curry powder
1 tsp pepper- black and grinded
salt to taste
4 potato- peeled and cut

Nutritional information

542
calories
29.7 g
carbohydrates
18.4 g
protein
39.3 g
fat
66 mg
sodium
60 mg
cholesterol

Arabian Chicken Curry and Potatoes

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
    • 45 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Medium

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    If you have had a taste of the Arabian Chicken Curry and Potatoes recipe, you’ll see why it has become the favorite meal of many people across the globe. It is made of potatoes, chicken and spiced with a number of sweetened agents to give it its characteristic delectable taste. A trip to Arabian countries is not complete until one is served this treat of delicacy and you too can make it right there in your home. But before then, you’ll need to learn the kitchen aids outlined here. A taste of this unique delicacy will not only make your mouth water but also make you ask for more.

    Health Benefits

    This recipe is delicious, mouthwatering and nutritious. It houses most of the vital nutrients the body needs to run an effortless metabolism and the nutrients are in the right proportion too. Chicken, one of the ingredients, is a source of meat and meat provides the body with protein. Mind you, this protein helps replenish the tissues of the body.

    Potato is not only noted for its sweet refreshing taste. It houses good amount of carbohydrate which in turn provides the body with energy. Garlic too is good for human consumption because of its antioxidant properties which in turn guard against cancer and other fatal ailments affecting humans. Also, it boosts the immune system of the human body.

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    How to make Arabian Chicken Curry and Potatoes

    • Add the meat to a saucepan, cover with water, boil for 25 minutes or until the meat become tender.
    • Heat oil in a skillet, stir in the onion, garlic, curry powder, black pepper, salt and cook for 5 minutes.
    • Transfer onion mixture into chicken mixture and stir in the potatoes.
    • Cook for 15 minutes for the potato to be soft, remove from heat and enjoy.

    Trivia

    Sweet bell peppers appear green as they grow but change color when they ripe and they are sweet too. Interestingly, some peppers retain their green color even when they are ripe.

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