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Kitchens Of India Curry Paste For Chicken Curry, 3.5-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6) (packaging may vary) shipping is free with S n S....this is with 5 or more subscriptions..
it's gonna be $8.49 with 1 or 2 items in ur monthly subscription..

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Grabbed another 2 packs. Love this stuff, along with the Chicken Tikka!

I do not follow the stove top cooking directions word for word. I do use the recommended water/butter in a sauce pan for 2 packs. I heat the mixture and break it up until there is a thick sauce. I place 4 chicken thighs inside, making sure skin side is up and submerged under the mixture. Rolling boil for 5 minutes with covered sauce pan, then place on a medium size burner, on low (I use gas), for 90 minutes. Do not take off the lid.

Thirty minutes before, I cook 1 1/2 cups of Basmatti rice using 3 cups of water. Serve chicken on top of a bed of rice. I love spooning in the sauce over the rice.

I really think I depart to heaven for the duration of this meal. Just thought I'd share..

I do the same thing for the Tikka, except I add the same butter.
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You can make your own chicken curries without any of these products.

I'll rehash it brief here:

Add a little olive oil (if you're against olive oil, use which ever oil you want), and heat it up in a large pan. (make sure your pan has some height). Medium heat.
Add mustard seeds and cumin seeds. Cook them in the oil and extract all that delicious flavor.
A few minutes after cooking the mustard seeds, and cumin seeds, add diced onions.
When the onions are caramelized , the mustard seeds and cumin seeds should not be burnt. If they are burnt, you let them sit for too long. You want to time it out so the seeds are toasted as soon as the onions are browned.
As soon as both are good, add tumeric and your graham masala powder.
Blend it in with the onions and seeds and add your chicken.
Coat the masala + tumeric on the chicken pieces as you stir the pot.
When the chicken is browned up, add water to the pan and add your potatoes. Yes water only! No need for coconut anything. Add enough water to submerge the potatoes and the chicken.
Place the lid on the pot and let steam from the water cook the potatoes.
When the potatoes are good, remove the lid and let the water evaporate.
Give it a few stirs (it's okay if your potatoes break apart a little as this will thicken your curry.)
Add diced tomatoes (the good ones from the vine), and cook the tomatoes.
The tomatoes will break apart and release all of the water in the tomatoes.
Let the water, from the tomatoes, evaporate
The curry is going to thicken up at this point and that's exactly what you want.
When you have a nice consistency in the curry (not watery), add in your chopped cilantro.

Serve with basmati rice.

You can mix your protein using the same recipe.

Make your own basmati rice with no rice cooker please!

Okay, I'll get that in here too.

Wash a cup of your rice or however much you want, and add to another pot.
Add enough water to cover the rice.
Add one star anise, a few cardamoms, and a few bay leaves. Bury them in the rice.
Cover and let the steam cook the rice.
Add a little more more water and cover again. This time pay attention to the water, uncover it as the water is about to go away.
When the water is about to go away, add a little salted butter and stir up the rice so its evenly coated with the butter.
By now your rice is cooked and ready to serve.
If it is sticking in the bottom, you waited too long and should have pulled out earlier (no punn intended).


Take out the star anise and cardamoms. The bay leaves are edible and add flavor, I like to eat them but others take them out.

Serve with your curry with rice.
Enjoy.
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Showing $8.49 for me after S&S. How are you getting it to show up as $7.60?
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Showing $8.49 for me after S&S. How are you getting it to show up as $7.60?
Need 5 items on S&s to get 15% off.
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My favorite, but still have a six-pack from previous order. Good winter comfort food.
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This needs to have the S&S tag in the header.
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Grabbed another 2 packs. Love this stuff, along with the Chicken Tikka!

I do not follow the stove top cooking directions word for word. I do use the recommended water/butter in a sauce pan for 2 packs. I heat the mixture and break it up until there is a thick sauce. I place 4 chicken thighs inside, making sure skin side is up and submerged under the mixture. Rolling boil for 5 minutes with covered sauce pan, then place on a medium size burner, on low (I use gas), for 90 minutes. Do not take off the lid.

Thirty minutes before, I cook 1 1/2 cups of Basmatti rice using 3 cups of water. Serve chicken on top of a bed of rice. I love spooning in the sauce over the rice.

I really think I depart to heaven for the duration of this meal. Just thought I'd share..

I do the same thing for the Tikka, except I add the same butter.
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This needs to have the S&S tag in the header.
"shipping is free with S n S."
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Bought their Butter Curry paste for the first time in 2009 for $9 on a Lightning Deal; have had it on S&S ever since (although it does go in and out of stock). I also don't follow directions and prepare it several ways. I always use coconut milk instead of water and ususally throw in either a pack of frozen spinach or haricot verts towards the end and let simmer for 10 minutes. Served with basmati rice it is one of our families favorite meals!

TU for posting, I haven't tried this version specifically so worth a buy at this price.
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Bought their Butter Curry paste for the first time in 2009 for $9 on a Lightning Deal; have had it on S&S ever since (although it does go in and out of stock). I also don't follow directions and prepare it several ways. I always use coconut milk instead of water and ususally throw in either a pack of frozen spinach or haricot verts towards the end and let simmer for 10 minutes. Served with basmati rice it is one of our families favorite meals!

TU for posting, I haven't tried this version specifically so worth a buy at this price.
I love it too - I fix it maybe once a week.

I don't follow their instructions either. I always brown the chicken before I add the rest of it. I just don't like to throw raw chicken into a sauce....
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"shipping is free with S n S."
This is what I see:

Kitchens Of India Curry Paste For Chicken Curry, 3.5-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6) (packaging may vary) $7.60

I think you're referring to the abstract, not the header.

Besides, it's not the shipping, it's the PRICE that is inaccurate unless you HAPPEN to have 4 other items. ​It's misleading.
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has anyone tried to use these in an instant pot?
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has anyone tried to use these in an instant pot?
Instant pot is my usual method because I'm lazy. I throw in peppers, onions, meat, potatoes, lentils, etc (different combos of what I have).
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How does this compare to the Butter Chicken?
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