So, the first time I made it, I started out with the recipe that she has and only changed using chicken breasts tenders instead of thighs. I put the chicken in while it was still frozen. Here’s what the whole lot looked like before starting the cooking cycle:
Add some cauliflower rice and you’ve got a meal that is cooking FOR you! That was so yummy. I’ve make it again and again. Use whatever chicken you’d like. Last night, I used thighs and breasts from Costco’s organic chicken packages. Yummy!
IF you do dairy, serve this with a side of raita or just plain yogurt.
If you do not have any garam masala, make your own.
Place all in a spice grinder/coffee mill and pulverize to a fine powder.
1/3 cinnamon stick
1 1/2 t. black peppercorns
1 t. black cardamom seeds
1/2 t. green cardamom pods
1 t. cloves
1 pinch of nutmeg
You can dry roast the mixture in a skillet before grinding if you have the time. IF not, just put it in the grinder and zip it! Strain out the cardamom pod fibers and you’re good to go with a supply of garam masala that should last you a few weeks.