Sri Lankan Chicken curry is popular around the world among the people who love to try food from different cuisines. This is a spicy curry with a blend of spicy flavors. If you love Pakistani Chicken Korma or even Indian cuisine then I am sure you would love to try this Sri Lankan chicken curry too.
Below is the Sri Lankan Chicken curry recipe adapted from Food Corner recipe blog. For cooking this Sri Lankan chicken curry, you will need a range of spices. Although the recipe requires Sri Lankan curry powder and if you cannot find it easily, try using garam masala. Otherwise, you can easily grind cumin seeds, coriander seeds, and other necessary spices to make your own Sri Lankan curry powder.
For this chicken curry, you can use boneless chicken breast or even a whole chicken cut into pieces. Always use fresh spices in order to get the best appearance and taste.
Below is the recipe for Sri Lankan chicken curry. We hope you will enjoy cooking this spicy curry without much effort. For the curry powder recipe, I found a recipe in the same blog. You can refer to this Food Corner’s Sri Lankan curry powder recipe. It is not difficult to prepare your own curry powder for this chicken curry.
Recipe: Sri Lankan Chicken Curry
1 medium-sized onion sliced
1-2 green chili sliced
1 tomato cut into pieces
1 tspn ginger garlic paste
1 tspn mustard seeds
2 tspn red chili powder
2 tspn Sri Lankan curry powder
½ tspn turmeric powder
1 tspn fenugreek seeds
1 sprig curry leaves
1 piece of cinnamon
1 piece of lemongrass
2 tspn cooking oil
1 cup thick coconut milk
Salt to taste.
Also check – Madras Curry Powder
Wash clean and drain water from chicken. Cut into bite-size pieces. Keep aside.
In a cooking pot, heat oil. When it is hot, add mustard seeds.
When mustard seeds start popping out, add onion, ginger garlic paste and curry leaves. Stir fry.
When the onions are tender, add chicken pieces. Fry while mixing.
Then add all spice ingredients. Mix well.
Add tomato pieces and cook in low flame until tomatoes are tender. Finally add coconut milk and mix well.
At this stage add water and cover. Cook till chicken is done.
Adjust salt as per taste.
Simmer till coconut milk start boiling. Make it thick gravy by cooking for few more minutes.
Sri Lankan Chicken curry is ready to serve. Does it look delicious and mouthwatering?
If you try this recipe, please leave us your experience. Have you ever tries Sri Lankan food? If so what are your experiences?