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Drew's Curry Chicken


Every once in awhile you come across a dish that is surprisingly good and simple. I do wish I could take credit for this one, but the credit goes to my husband. He got the inspiration from a recipe he found, who knows where, and tweaked it to perfection. I call it Drew's Curry Chicken.
It is warm and satisfying. Usually we serve it on cous cous, but we have also used basmati rice. Either way it is a treat.

Drew's Curry Chicken
2 chicken breasts, sliced
1 onion, chopped
1-3 tablespoons curry powder
1 chicken boullion or 1 can chicken broth
1 small can tomato paste
1 can green beans or 1 cup frozen
1 clove garlic
olive oil
cous cous or rice
Brown onion in oil with garlic. Add chicken and sauté until chicken is no longer pink. Add curry, chicken boullion (mixed with a little water to dissolve) and tomato paste. Add the green beans. (I prefer the frozen.) Simmer for 20-30 minutes. Serve over cous cous or rice.
Added note: If using chicken broth, don't cover when simmering so the sauce reduces. If using a boullion cube, cover when simmering.
When making the cous cous add a chicken boullion cube to it while cooking for added flavor.

Goes great with a fresh loaf of homemade bread and a salad.



By: Sharon Pickering | 11/25/2006 at 7:02 AM | If you want, you can leave a comment by clicking here.