Chicken Stew – Indian Style

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My Chicken Stew Indian style is a bit different from the others, so you should definitely try it. This is very much liked by my friends and I am sure that you will like it.

Serves 4 – 6


  • Chicken – 800 gms(cut into 1″ pieces)
  • onion – 2 medium(finely sliced)
  • potato – 2(cubed)
  • coconut milk – 3/4 cup(thick)
  • coconut milk – 11/2 cup(thin)
  • ginger – 1/2″ (1 tsp paste)
  • garlic – 6-8 flakes (1 tsp paste)
  • green chilies – 6-8 (split)
  • curry leaves – 2 sprigs
  • green cardamom – 3 nos
  • cloves – 4 nos
  • cinnamon – 1″ piece
  • cooking oil – 1 tbsp
  • turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp
  • salt to taste

Chicken Stew Indian Style – Method of Preparation:

  • wash and strain chicken pieces using a colander
  • heat oil in a saucepan/kadhai and fry green cardamoms, cloves and cinnamon till it is fragrant
  • add split green chilies and ginger-garlic paste, fry until its raw smell disappears
  • add chicken pieces and fry till the pieces becomes firm
  • add finely sliced onion and saute till it turns brownish
  • add cubed potatoes, salt to taste, little turmeric powder and thin coconut milk, cover and cook until the chicken pieces are done well
  • add curry leaves and thick coconut milk, cook over low heat(don’t let it to boil)
  • garnish it with freshly chopped coriander leaves
  • serve it hot with palappam(see my recipe) or bread

Note: to prepare coconut milk, use 1 coconut(small size) freshly grated

You can find many of my Chicken Recipes on this blog

Check out my Chicken Hariyali and Chicken Recipe Red Chilli Flakes, you may like it. These are basically dry, not much of gravy like this stew which would be having more of gravy. Chicken is a good source of protein and should be included in your regular diet. Chicken has very low carbohydrates and if you are on low carb diet, then this should be helpful.

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