Indian Poultry Recipes (Most Popular)
an old family recipe
Easy to cook. Left overs are great cold the next day.
Wonderful family or company dish
A slightly modified, but rather Authentic Indian recipe. My wife and I love Indian food, especially vindaloos. Now that we are dieting, I have scaled down our favorite "red" Vindaloo recipe. This Vindaloo has a nice combination between the tomato sauce and the mustard, with just enough heat.
HICKEN CURRY MADE IN A YOGHURT GRAVY
My husband's favourite Chicken Curry, very simple to make!
broiled chicken in tomato curry sauce
I would love to take credit for this recipee but it belongs to my friend Jen who usues authentic spices directly from India, you can however purchase these spices at a specialty Indian store in your area.
DELICIOUS, easy, and now only 214 calories per serving!! This is my modification of a Chicken Tikka Masala recipe on this site. It sounded great, but I wanted to use less oil, didn't want to buy garam masala (when I had the ingredients for it on hand already), added a missing ingredient into the calorie count, and reduced the serving size. Still very yummy!
Everytime I make these, they are everyone's favourite new treat! No one will be disappointed! I have requests for these all the time.
Both shells and filling can be made ahead and assembled when needed. The shells can be frozen for up to a month, then thawed at room temperature an hour before filling. The filling can be made up to two days before and refrigerated. Heat the filling gently, and serve immediately in the shells.
Whether or not this is a "real" chicken curry, it's tasty and smells fantastic when you walk in to the house at the end of the day. I serve it with brown rice.
A delicious and spicy addition to my repertoire of how to cook chicken or turkey breasts. Nutritional facts based on turkey, but works equally well with chicken.
I love tandoori chicken, so the last time I had a whole chicken, I decided to just roast the WHOLE thing in a tandoori marinade. Note that the cayennne, hot peppers and black pepper are optional - use one or more as desired.
The recipe here uses a skinless chicken - the fat and calories will be MUCH higher if you leave the skin on.
The foil is essential if you don't want a dried-out chicken - remember that this is skinless chicken!
Each serving here is the traditional quarter chicken (breast and wing, or leg and thigh) - probably enough for 2 individual 3-oz servings, so keep that in mind when you look at the nutrition information. :)
You can use the same marinade and just coat 4 chicken breasts or 4 leg-and-thigh pieces instead, if you prefer a quicker, less messy preparation.
My favorite Indian dish, recipe has been tested , it tastes fantastic!!
This is the easiest recipe I've found yet for a really great tasting version of authentic Indian Butter Chicken. I like to call this an Indo-American version because my roots come from India but I was born and raised here in the states so my recipes adapt to both cultures!
A dish that's long on flavor for when you're short on time.
A couple of people have had problems reproducing this, so here's my disclaimer... we love it, I invented it, it's been served to pro chefs and folks from India, and they've all liked it. However, the reviews are not all positive, and maybe there's something off about the preparation. I don't know. But please, if you MUST review, be gentle. I've got them shared so my family can add their portions to their menus. Everyone else's opinion is totally optional.
Chicken, Chickpeas, Mushrooms, Onions, Broccoli, Spinach and Cashews all in a fabulous creamy mellow curry sauce served over basmati rice (nutr. info includes the ENTIRE dish, vegs and rice included)
My wonderful friend, Alka, is a wonderful cook.
She creates her own recipes. This is one of them. It is Awesome!!
***Have to find a nutrition calculator that works. This one is apparently wrong. Will update WW pts when find correct data. Thx to those who pointed it out. ^_^
This recipee comes from the July 2008 Cooking Light; they say "Shawarma is a Middle Eastern dish of garlicky meat or poultry served on pitas."
This recipe is so simple and good! Even my husband who hates Indian food really likes this. It has a great tomato base, which can be diluted by adding more sour cream. Add any vegetables or spices you like and serve with rice or naan!