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Chicken Makhani Recipe By Gulzarl 2021

The best, most authentic butter chicken recipe by Chef Zakir out there! This creamy chicken curry combines ethnic spices with simple ingredients like butter, and tomato sauce for a tasty dish. Restaurant-style butter chicken (murgh makhani) right at home with simple ingredients!

Chicken Makhani Recipe By Gulzarl

If you have never tried Indian cuisine, you should reserve a table and try the menu at this bar. To taste nicely cooked chicken tikka, makhani and garlic naans is a truly nice idea. Good ice cream will impress you at the first bite. This place is known for delicious beer or good wine. It's a must to order great tea, mango lassi or milkshakes when visiting Gulzar's Indian Cuisine.

Yessss, this looks like a brilliant recipe! As others have said, to be chicken tikka the meat has to be prepared separately to get the lovely flavour. This is the most popular curry in the UK and Glasgow has long claimed to be the place of its invention :)

The recipe above is definitely NOT chicken Tika Masala. If the chicken ? had been cooked in the oven prior and some sort of creaminess had been added (dairy, coconut, cashews) it may pass for a Tikka masala.

I made this today, following the recipe exactly, except that I used a whole chicken skinned, de-boned and chopped into 2 inch pieces. It was really delicious. Will definitely use fresh tomatoes instead of canned in more recipes going forward. Thank you Deb!

I cook vegetarian at home so instead of chicken I dumped two cans of chickpeas into this sauce. I skipped the marinating and just added the yogourt and chickpeas all together when the recipe says to add the chicken. I also added all of the ginger and garlic at the beginning, as I was skipping the marinading. So yummy, thank you Deb!

I used 1.5 lbs chicken and added about half a large head of cauliflower florets in after the onions (also a few mushrooms I had floating around), but otherwise followed the recipe exactly (including the amount of marinade/sauce, despite reducing the chicken).

This recipe is so good that I had to stop eating my lunch leftovers from last night to write this comment. Read prior comments and went liberal with the spices, substituted non fat plain yogurt (not Greek), omitted water completely and cooked everything at medium/medium-low heat for as much time as I could spare on a weeknight. Marvelous! This is going into the dinner rotation (along with the piri piri chicken recipe). I think this would be great vegetarian (carrots, cauliflower & sweet potatoes with some greens thrown in at the end) or with tofu.

I just made this recipe and not sure what to think about it. I wished I had watched her video first as I obviously did not cook the onions long enough before putting the chicken in and so I lost the benefit of the onions being caramelized. I was expecting more of a traditional curry taste but did not get any of that. I would admit the cayenne as it was a little too spicy for me and I even cut your amount by half. May need to try making it again. Undecided on this one!

I made this back in the fall when you first shared the recipe and enjoyed it. I had it in my head as something to make this week to use up some chicken thighs from my freezer, but just noticed that the plain greek yogurt I have on hand is non-fat. Do you think it would still be worth making with non-fat yogurt?

Thank You for this recipe! Absolutely delicious and easy to make. I cut the recipe in half as I only had 6 boneless skinless chicken thighs and there is only the 2 of us here. My husband had seconds and gave it 2 thumbs up. I used greek yogurt and made the recipe as directed. I used cherry tomatoes because that is what I had in the fridge. Will definitely make this again. 350c69d7ab


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