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Jamaican Chicken Curry


Notes

Use coconut milk for rich creamy texture (instead of the water).

Ingredients

  • 1 Pound chicken cut into one-inch cubes (I used half a whole chicken cut into serving size pieces)
  • 2 Teaspoons Jamaican curry powder
  • 1 1/2 Teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 Teaspoon black pepper powder
  • 2 Tablespoons oil
  • 1 medium-sized onion, chopped
  • 2 Scotch bonnet pepper or habanero peppers, chopped
  • 1 Teaspoon ginger garlic paste
  • 2 Teaspoons garlic, minced
  • 2 Tablespoons tomato puree
  • Pinch of turmeric
  • 1 medium-sized potato, peeled and cut into cubes
  • 1- 1 1/2 Cup water
  • Cilantro, for garnish
  • White rice, cooked, for serving

Directions

Remove the skin from the chicken and cut it into 1½-inch to 2-inch pieces. Wash and place the chicken and skin in a bowl. Marinate the chicken with curry powder, salt, and black pepper. Marinating the chicken is optional. If possible, marinate it overnight or for 2–4 hours in the refrigerator.

Heat oil in a saucepan and sauté onions until translucent. Add Scotch bonnet or habanero peppers and sauté until peppers become soft. Add ginger garlic paste and garlic and sauté until ginger is lightly roasted. Add tomato and turmeric and cook for a minute or two. Add chicken and cook until chicken is lightly browned. Add potatoes and give it a good stir.

Add water, mix, cover, and cook until chicken and potatoes are cooked.

Garnish with cilantro and serve with rice.

Nutritional Facts

Servings4

Calories Per Serving369

Folate equivalent (total)23µg6%

Riboflavin (B2)0.2mg10.2%


Jamaican Curry Chicken

This authentic and traditional Jamaican Curry Chicken Recipe is the perfect combination of rich flavors in one plate. This is the Caribbean dish to make when you want a taste of the islands.

Curry chicken was a weeknight meal for us growing up and my mom makes some of the best curry chicken I&rsquove ever had. Getting the recipe from her was a chore as she measures nothing in the kitchen.

But after asking many questions and watching her like a hawk, I was able to get a recipe and note the most important things when it comes to making a traditional Jamaican Curry.

  1. Rinse the chicken with water and vinegar.
  2. Use the right curry powder and seasonings &ndash Jamaican Curry Powder is a combination of spices. The spices used and the amounts vary from country to country and brand to brand. For Jamaican curry, you need to use good curry powder. I use a combination of Hot Blue Mountain Country Curry Powder and Betapac Curry Powder. I also add a little Jamaican all-purpose seasoning.
  3. Use a whole chicken or just dark meat chicken, cut into pieces with skin removed &ndash Curry chicken, like brown stew chicken, is a stew and you want to make sure your chicken doesn&rsquot dry out. I opt for boneless, skinless chicken thighs as they stay juicy and tender.
  4. Only use a little bit of water &ndash Curry is known to &ldquosprout its own water.&rdquo I only add ¼ cup of water to this recipe when I start cooking and I end up without about 1 ½ cup gravy once it&rsquos done. Adding too much water can make your stew bland.

Jamaican Curry Chicken

This authentic and traditional Jamaican Curry Chicken Recipe is the perfect combination of rich flavors in one plate. This is the Caribbean dish to make when you want a taste of the islands.

Curry chicken was a weeknight meal for us growing up and my mom makes some of the best curry chicken I&rsquove ever had. Getting the recipe from her was a chore as she measures nothing in the kitchen.

But after asking many questions and watching her like a hawk, I was able to get a recipe and note the most important things when it comes to making a traditional Jamaican Curry.

  1. Rinse the chicken with water and vinegar.
  2. Use the right curry powder and seasonings &ndash Jamaican Curry Powder is a combination of spices. The spices used and the amounts vary from country to country and brand to brand. For Jamaican curry, you need to use good curry powder. I use a combination of Hot Blue Mountain Country Curry Powder and Betapac Curry Powder. I also add a little Jamaican all-purpose seasoning.
  3. Use a whole chicken or just dark meat chicken, cut into pieces with skin removed &ndash Curry chicken, like brown stew chicken, is a stew and you want to make sure your chicken doesn&rsquot dry out. I opt for boneless, skinless chicken thighs as they stay juicy and tender.
  4. Only use a little bit of water &ndash Curry is known to &ldquosprout its own water.&rdquo I only add ¼ cup of water to this recipe when I start cooking and I end up without about 1 ½ cup gravy once it&rsquos done. Adding too much water can make your stew bland.

Jamaican Curry Chicken

This authentic and traditional Jamaican Curry Chicken Recipe is the perfect combination of rich flavors in one plate. This is the Caribbean dish to make when you want a taste of the islands.

Curry chicken was a weeknight meal for us growing up and my mom makes some of the best curry chicken I&rsquove ever had. Getting the recipe from her was a chore as she measures nothing in the kitchen.

But after asking many questions and watching her like a hawk, I was able to get a recipe and note the most important things when it comes to making a traditional Jamaican Curry.

  1. Rinse the chicken with water and vinegar.
  2. Use the right curry powder and seasonings &ndash Jamaican Curry Powder is a combination of spices. The spices used and the amounts vary from country to country and brand to brand. For Jamaican curry, you need to use good curry powder. I use a combination of Hot Blue Mountain Country Curry Powder and Betapac Curry Powder. I also add a little Jamaican all-purpose seasoning.
  3. Use a whole chicken or just dark meat chicken, cut into pieces with skin removed &ndash Curry chicken, like brown stew chicken, is a stew and you want to make sure your chicken doesn&rsquot dry out. I opt for boneless, skinless chicken thighs as they stay juicy and tender.
  4. Only use a little bit of water &ndash Curry is known to &ldquosprout its own water.&rdquo I only add ¼ cup of water to this recipe when I start cooking and I end up without about 1 ½ cup gravy once it&rsquos done. Adding too much water can make your stew bland.

Jamaican Curry Chicken

This authentic and traditional Jamaican Curry Chicken Recipe is the perfect combination of rich flavors in one plate. This is the Caribbean dish to make when you want a taste of the islands.

Curry chicken was a weeknight meal for us growing up and my mom makes some of the best curry chicken I&rsquove ever had. Getting the recipe from her was a chore as she measures nothing in the kitchen.

But after asking many questions and watching her like a hawk, I was able to get a recipe and note the most important things when it comes to making a traditional Jamaican Curry.

  1. Rinse the chicken with water and vinegar.
  2. Use the right curry powder and seasonings &ndash Jamaican Curry Powder is a combination of spices. The spices used and the amounts vary from country to country and brand to brand. For Jamaican curry, you need to use good curry powder. I use a combination of Hot Blue Mountain Country Curry Powder and Betapac Curry Powder. I also add a little Jamaican all-purpose seasoning.
  3. Use a whole chicken or just dark meat chicken, cut into pieces with skin removed &ndash Curry chicken, like brown stew chicken, is a stew and you want to make sure your chicken doesn&rsquot dry out. I opt for boneless, skinless chicken thighs as they stay juicy and tender.
  4. Only use a little bit of water &ndash Curry is known to &ldquosprout its own water.&rdquo I only add ¼ cup of water to this recipe when I start cooking and I end up without about 1 ½ cup gravy once it&rsquos done. Adding too much water can make your stew bland.

Jamaican Curry Chicken

This authentic and traditional Jamaican Curry Chicken Recipe is the perfect combination of rich flavors in one plate. This is the Caribbean dish to make when you want a taste of the islands.

Curry chicken was a weeknight meal for us growing up and my mom makes some of the best curry chicken I&rsquove ever had. Getting the recipe from her was a chore as she measures nothing in the kitchen.

But after asking many questions and watching her like a hawk, I was able to get a recipe and note the most important things when it comes to making a traditional Jamaican Curry.

  1. Rinse the chicken with water and vinegar.
  2. Use the right curry powder and seasonings &ndash Jamaican Curry Powder is a combination of spices. The spices used and the amounts vary from country to country and brand to brand. For Jamaican curry, you need to use good curry powder. I use a combination of Hot Blue Mountain Country Curry Powder and Betapac Curry Powder. I also add a little Jamaican all-purpose seasoning.
  3. Use a whole chicken or just dark meat chicken, cut into pieces with skin removed &ndash Curry chicken, like brown stew chicken, is a stew and you want to make sure your chicken doesn&rsquot dry out. I opt for boneless, skinless chicken thighs as they stay juicy and tender.
  4. Only use a little bit of water &ndash Curry is known to &ldquosprout its own water.&rdquo I only add ¼ cup of water to this recipe when I start cooking and I end up without about 1 ½ cup gravy once it&rsquos done. Adding too much water can make your stew bland.

Jamaican Curry Chicken

This authentic and traditional Jamaican Curry Chicken Recipe is the perfect combination of rich flavors in one plate. This is the Caribbean dish to make when you want a taste of the islands.

Curry chicken was a weeknight meal for us growing up and my mom makes some of the best curry chicken I&rsquove ever had. Getting the recipe from her was a chore as she measures nothing in the kitchen.

But after asking many questions and watching her like a hawk, I was able to get a recipe and note the most important things when it comes to making a traditional Jamaican Curry.

  1. Rinse the chicken with water and vinegar.
  2. Use the right curry powder and seasonings &ndash Jamaican Curry Powder is a combination of spices. The spices used and the amounts vary from country to country and brand to brand. For Jamaican curry, you need to use good curry powder. I use a combination of Hot Blue Mountain Country Curry Powder and Betapac Curry Powder. I also add a little Jamaican all-purpose seasoning.
  3. Use a whole chicken or just dark meat chicken, cut into pieces with skin removed &ndash Curry chicken, like brown stew chicken, is a stew and you want to make sure your chicken doesn&rsquot dry out. I opt for boneless, skinless chicken thighs as they stay juicy and tender.
  4. Only use a little bit of water &ndash Curry is known to &ldquosprout its own water.&rdquo I only add ¼ cup of water to this recipe when I start cooking and I end up without about 1 ½ cup gravy once it&rsquos done. Adding too much water can make your stew bland.

Jamaican Curry Chicken

This authentic and traditional Jamaican Curry Chicken Recipe is the perfect combination of rich flavors in one plate. This is the Caribbean dish to make when you want a taste of the islands.

Curry chicken was a weeknight meal for us growing up and my mom makes some of the best curry chicken I&rsquove ever had. Getting the recipe from her was a chore as she measures nothing in the kitchen.

But after asking many questions and watching her like a hawk, I was able to get a recipe and note the most important things when it comes to making a traditional Jamaican Curry.

  1. Rinse the chicken with water and vinegar.
  2. Use the right curry powder and seasonings &ndash Jamaican Curry Powder is a combination of spices. The spices used and the amounts vary from country to country and brand to brand. For Jamaican curry, you need to use good curry powder. I use a combination of Hot Blue Mountain Country Curry Powder and Betapac Curry Powder. I also add a little Jamaican all-purpose seasoning.
  3. Use a whole chicken or just dark meat chicken, cut into pieces with skin removed &ndash Curry chicken, like brown stew chicken, is a stew and you want to make sure your chicken doesn&rsquot dry out. I opt for boneless, skinless chicken thighs as they stay juicy and tender.
  4. Only use a little bit of water &ndash Curry is known to &ldquosprout its own water.&rdquo I only add ¼ cup of water to this recipe when I start cooking and I end up without about 1 ½ cup gravy once it&rsquos done. Adding too much water can make your stew bland.

Jamaican Curry Chicken

This authentic and traditional Jamaican Curry Chicken Recipe is the perfect combination of rich flavors in one plate. This is the Caribbean dish to make when you want a taste of the islands.

Curry chicken was a weeknight meal for us growing up and my mom makes some of the best curry chicken I&rsquove ever had. Getting the recipe from her was a chore as she measures nothing in the kitchen.

But after asking many questions and watching her like a hawk, I was able to get a recipe and note the most important things when it comes to making a traditional Jamaican Curry.

  1. Rinse the chicken with water and vinegar.
  2. Use the right curry powder and seasonings &ndash Jamaican Curry Powder is a combination of spices. The spices used and the amounts vary from country to country and brand to brand. For Jamaican curry, you need to use good curry powder. I use a combination of Hot Blue Mountain Country Curry Powder and Betapac Curry Powder. I also add a little Jamaican all-purpose seasoning.
  3. Use a whole chicken or just dark meat chicken, cut into pieces with skin removed &ndash Curry chicken, like brown stew chicken, is a stew and you want to make sure your chicken doesn&rsquot dry out. I opt for boneless, skinless chicken thighs as they stay juicy and tender.
  4. Only use a little bit of water &ndash Curry is known to &ldquosprout its own water.&rdquo I only add ¼ cup of water to this recipe when I start cooking and I end up without about 1 ½ cup gravy once it&rsquos done. Adding too much water can make your stew bland.

Jamaican Curry Chicken

This authentic and traditional Jamaican Curry Chicken Recipe is the perfect combination of rich flavors in one plate. This is the Caribbean dish to make when you want a taste of the islands.

Curry chicken was a weeknight meal for us growing up and my mom makes some of the best curry chicken I&rsquove ever had. Getting the recipe from her was a chore as she measures nothing in the kitchen.

But after asking many questions and watching her like a hawk, I was able to get a recipe and note the most important things when it comes to making a traditional Jamaican Curry.

  1. Rinse the chicken with water and vinegar.
  2. Use the right curry powder and seasonings &ndash Jamaican Curry Powder is a combination of spices. The spices used and the amounts vary from country to country and brand to brand. For Jamaican curry, you need to use good curry powder. I use a combination of Hot Blue Mountain Country Curry Powder and Betapac Curry Powder. I also add a little Jamaican all-purpose seasoning.
  3. Use a whole chicken or just dark meat chicken, cut into pieces with skin removed &ndash Curry chicken, like brown stew chicken, is a stew and you want to make sure your chicken doesn&rsquot dry out. I opt for boneless, skinless chicken thighs as they stay juicy and tender.
  4. Only use a little bit of water &ndash Curry is known to &ldquosprout its own water.&rdquo I only add ¼ cup of water to this recipe when I start cooking and I end up without about 1 ½ cup gravy once it&rsquos done. Adding too much water can make your stew bland.

Jamaican Curry Chicken

This authentic and traditional Jamaican Curry Chicken Recipe is the perfect combination of rich flavors in one plate. This is the Caribbean dish to make when you want a taste of the islands.

Curry chicken was a weeknight meal for us growing up and my mom makes some of the best curry chicken I&rsquove ever had. Getting the recipe from her was a chore as she measures nothing in the kitchen.

But after asking many questions and watching her like a hawk, I was able to get a recipe and note the most important things when it comes to making a traditional Jamaican Curry.

  1. Rinse the chicken with water and vinegar.
  2. Use the right curry powder and seasonings &ndash Jamaican Curry Powder is a combination of spices. The spices used and the amounts vary from country to country and brand to brand. For Jamaican curry, you need to use good curry powder. I use a combination of Hot Blue Mountain Country Curry Powder and Betapac Curry Powder. I also add a little Jamaican all-purpose seasoning.
  3. Use a whole chicken or just dark meat chicken, cut into pieces with skin removed &ndash Curry chicken, like brown stew chicken, is a stew and you want to make sure your chicken doesn&rsquot dry out. I opt for boneless, skinless chicken thighs as they stay juicy and tender.
  4. Only use a little bit of water &ndash Curry is known to &ldquosprout its own water.&rdquo I only add ¼ cup of water to this recipe when I start cooking and I end up without about 1 ½ cup gravy once it&rsquos done. Adding too much water can make your stew bland.


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