Konkani Green Curry with Coconut Chutney
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Konkani Green Curry with Coconut Chutney

4.6/5 from 14 Customers
£8.67
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To the south of Mumbai on the west coast of India lies a 720km stretch of rugged, unspoilt coastline – a lush, sparsely-populated region dotted with ruined palaces and coconut trees. Here we have a green chicken curry (hara murgh) cooked in the traditional Konkani way, with plenty of fresh green herbs and finished with yogurt. On the side are crunchy cucumbers in a spicy coconut chutney called thoushe sasam along with dosas (a kind of Indian pancake), and a spiced yellow rice sprinkled with methe hittu - a fragrant powder of ground spices and lentils perfect for rounding off this delicious spread.

To the south of Mumbai on the west coast of India lies a 720km stretch of rugged, unspoilt coastline – a lush, sparsely-populated region dotted with ruined palaces and coconut trees. Here we have a green chicken curry (hara murgh) cooked in the traditional Konkani way, with plenty of fresh green herbs and finished with yogurt. On the side are crunchy cucumbers in a spicy coconut chutney called thoushe sasam along with dosas (a kind of Indian pancake), and a spiced yellow rice sprinkled with methe hittu - a fragrant powder of ground spices and lentils perfect for rounding off this delicious spread.

Serves: 4
Heat Rating: 3/5
Prep time: 40 mins
Cooking Time: 1 hr 30 mins
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Description

To the south of Mumbai on the west coast of India lies a 720km stretch of rugged, unspoilt coastline – a lush, sparsely-populated region dotted with ruined palaces and coconut trees. Here we have a green chicken curry (hara murgh) cooked in the traditional Konkani way, with plenty of fresh green herbs and finished with yogurt. On the side are crunchy cucumbers in a spicy coconut chutney called thoushe sasam along with dosas (a kind of Indian pancake), and a spiced yellow rice sprinkled with methe hittu - a fragrant powder of ground spices and lentils perfect for rounding off this delicious spread.

Spices Included

Tamarind Blend: tamarind (tamarind and cornstarch), amchur, ginger
Herb Blend: green chilli, chilli, coriander leaf, mint, green bell pepper
Thoushe Sasam Spices: brown MUSTARD, curry leaf, chilli, red bell pepper
Hara Masala Spices: cumin, turmeric, coriander, curry leaf, black cardamon, black pepper, green cardamon, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, mace, bay, nutmeg, chilli
Pachadi Spices: brown MUSTARD, chilli, cumin
Methe Hittu Powder: Kashmiri chilli, amchur, coriander, poppy, cumin, black pepper, cloves, fenugreek, cassia, SESAME, red lentils
Rice Spices: brown MUSTARD, turmeric, cumin, guajillo chilli
Dosa Spices: tamarind (tamarind and cornstarch), chilli, amchur, asafoetida

May contain traces of celery. Allergens are listed in CAPITALS

Shopping List

500g diced chicken (thighs are best)
2 medium red onions
2 cloves of garlic
Fresh ginger
3 beetroot (or 250g ready-cooked not in vinegar)
20g bunch of coriander
20g bunch of mint
1 cucumber
40g desiccated coconut
250g natural yogurt (full fat is best) or dairy-free alternative
200ml full fat coconut milk
400g basmati or standard long grain rice (not easy cook)
3 tbsp plain flour or gluten-free alternative
A pinch of sugar

Product Rating (14):

5/5

Excellent curry with just the right spice level for my wife and I.

That's great to hear! Happy spicing!

3/5

The curry and rice were delicious. For me, the cucumber was too spicy. I couldn't quite work out how the onion danos should be as they weren't a bread or a pancake but the flavour was superb.

Glad you enjoyed the flavours in this one, sorry to hear you found the cucumber a bit too spicy! Thanks for your feedback about the dosas they are a kind of Indian pancake, if you ever have any questions about a recipe or would like specific advice about part of a recipe you can email us or contact us on social media and our recipe developers will be more than happy to advise, happy spicing!

5/5

So yummy! We made it vegan and onion free

Delish, looks like everyone is excited to tuck in! Thanks for sharing and happy spicing!

5/5

Delicious! Looking forward to making it over and over again.

Hats off to the chef! Such beautiful, vibrant colours and flavours!

4/5

Really tasty - delicious rice, tasty chicken, loved the beetroot. Dosa a bit more involved than recipe suggested but a tasty addition.

Looks like a fragrant feast to us, glad you enjoyed it!

5/5

Another great tasting meal with easy to follow step by step instructions. Another perfect date night meal.

Looks great, thanks for posting Craig! Stunning colours!

5/5

Another great tasting meal with easy to follow step by step instructions. Another perfect date night meal.

Looks like a seriously scrumptious feast!

5/5

Delicious, interesting and tangy. Loved the use of tamarind and fresh coriander and mint. Dosas were easy and tasty, but for me the star was the deeply spicy cucumber and coconut chutney. Our compliments to the taste creator!!

So glad you enjoyed the meal! Hope to see your next Spicery creations too, Happy Spicing!

5/5

Our first of many and a massive success

Glad you enjoyed this! It's hard to believe this was your first Spicery creation- everything looks fantastic!

5/5

Our new household favourite!!

YUM this vivid and fresh recipe is a favourite at Spicery HQ too- plus we're loving the pretty patterned crockery!

4/5

Loved the curry and the beetroot - the chapatis weren't what we imagined (might have been our cooking!!)

Fantastic, everything looks so fresh and vibrant! Plus we're loving the fruity daiquiri to wash it down with- yum!

5/5

Really enjoyed making this tasty curry with the easy-to-follow instructions. All the spices supplied so just have to add a few ingredients of your own.

Looking like a proud chef! Everything looks delicious, great job!

5/5

My favourite curry with great combination of sides.

This looks great, Emma - well done! And that balti bowl for the curry is gorgeous, as is the heart-shaped slate!

3/5

Too minty and corriandery for my liking

Sorry to hear that this wasn't your cup of tea - this dish does contain a lot of herbs which might not be to everyone's taste!

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