Chicken Curry in a Hurry

chicken curry

Ya’ll know we’re not big fans of cheating here on Endless Simmer, but when it comes to curry, who has days to wait for that deliciousness? Guest writer¬†Megan Sullivan offers up a quick tip for your curry fix.

A good curry uses several different spices that you blend together by hand, and can take several hours to prepare. However, there is a quick way to make a great curry that tastes like you spent hours slaving over a hot stove.

Traditional Indian cooking uses a clarified butter called ghee, which imparts a velvety texture to the sauce. You can mimic the effects of ghee by combining extra virgin olive oil with regular butter.

Quick Chicken Curry

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Super Bowl Grub: Pub Food Triple Play

It’s no secret that I’m a fan of bar food, my waistline can attest to that. However, the biggest conundrum I encounter when I find myself seated atop a bar stool with a pint of beer is what to order — there really are so many great choices. Chicken tenders, nachos, potato skins, how to choose!

From time to time I’ll have a light bulb moment and with what I’m about to tell you is, I think, one of my best light bulb moments ever, and just in time for the Super Bowl.

Potato skins loaded with nachos and topped with chicken tenders. Incredible.

Read on for the recipe.

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