By - Radiant_Okra_23
Uhhhm just stopping by to say I thought this was r/trees for a second and FULLY thought “Green Chicken Curry” was the strain name. Kbye ✌️😬
Ok I just checked r/trees and LOL 😅
I have no idea what r/trees is but I’ll check it out. I assure you this curry tastes delicious and not at all like trees! 🤣🤪
Oh it for sure looks delicious now that my eyes have adjusted lmfao
I can’t stop laughing at myself. I literally thought it’s a whole subreddit about trees 🌲
For that, you need to check out /r/marijuanaenthusiasts.
^ They're not kidding
that’s actually hilarious
Every once in a while they get a post of people thinking the same! They actually have it backwards! I guess maybe they beat them out and thought it would be funny
I think that's exactly what happened. Tree lovers then made r/marijuanaenthusiasts as a joke after the fact. Reddit can be perfect sometimes
that's hilarious! haha
One of reddit's many switcheroos. If you want some really good news and events you can check out /r/anime_titties or if you'd like to see some remarkable owls go take a gander at /r/superbowl.
Okay the owl one actually can make sense though lol. Superb owl
THAT’S the one!
Came here to comment how chronic this looks
I'd smoke it.
To clarify this is NOT a Thai Green Chicken curry. It’s Indian and is made with green herbs and yogurt! 😊
I’m really glad you said that. I just typed a post questioning this lol.
Yes in hindsight I should have mentioned this is in the title but I cannot edit that anymore. But rest assured this is not trying to be a Thai curry. 😁
I thought thai green curry was chiles and lemongrass...
**Hariyali Chicken Curry (Green Chicken) is an easy Indian recipe with a base of yogurt and green herbs. It's ready in 30 minutes!**
Recipe originally posted here: [Hariyali Chicken](https://ikneadtoeat.com/hariyali-chicken-green-chicken-curry/)
* 3/4 cup yogurt
* 1 cup coriander leaves
* 1/2 cup mint leaves
* 2 green chilies
* 4 tablespoons oil
* 450 grams boneless chicken cut into 1-inch cubes
* 1 tablespoon ginger garlic paste
* 1 teaspoon salt
* 1/2 teaspoon black pepper powder
* 1-2 tablespoons of water
* 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
* 1 tablespoon butter
1. Place the yogurt, coriander, mint, and chillies into a hand blender or a regular blender and blend until smooth. Set aside.
2. Heat oil in a large pot or skillet, and add the chicken. Saute for 4-5 minutes or until the chicken changes color.
3. Add the ginger-garlic paste and cook for 3-4 minutes until fragrant.
4. Now add the green yogurt masala and 1-2 tablespoons of water. Lower the heat and cover the pot with a lid.
5. Cook for 5-7 minutes, while stirring in between, until the chicken is cooked through.Remove the lid, and increase the heat.
6. Cook the hariyali chicken on high heat, while stirring continuously, until you see the oil separating from the curry and the gravy has thickened slightly.
7. Add lemon juice and butter, and mix.
8. Serve with rice, paratha or naan.
* **Yogurt:** Use full-fat plain yogurt for the best results. I do not recommend using greek yogurt as it would alter the taste a bit, but can be used in a pinch.
* **Green chillies:** You can skip them altogether if you don't want the recipe to be spicy. Thai green chillies or jalapeno are recommended.
* **Ginger garlic paste:** Use homemade or store-bought. You can also use freshly chopped garlic and ginger.
* **Chicken:** I use chicken breast for this recipe as it cooks fast, but you can also use bone-in chicken or boneless chicken thighs. However, the cooking time will increase by 10-15 minutes.
* **Make-Ahead:** You can also make the green masala ahead of time, and store it in the fridge for 3-4 days.
**Calories: 323kcal | Carbohydrates: 10g | Protein: 28g | Fat: 19g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 5g | Monounsaturated Fat: 10g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 78mg | Sodium: 846mg | Potassium: 965mg | Fiber: 5g | Sugar: 3g | Vitamin A: 5327IU | Vitamin C: 30mg | Calcium: 173mg | Iron: 3mg**
could you please tell me the serving size? love this recipe
Hi this is about 4 servings as written. You can however double the recipe easily. I love this recipe too! 😁 hope you enjoy
thank you so much! :)
Thanks so much for this. I gave it a bit more of an Indian kick by adding:
- Cashew paste (raw blended cashews)
- Garam Masala
and I also added a bit of Coconut milk and sprinkled in some Kasoori Methi at the end. It turned out amazing!!
Love all the additions! Coconut milk sounds excellent. Glad you enjoyed the recipe 😊
Thanks :) I forgot to mention I sprinkled in some Kasoori Methi at the end as well (dried fenugreek leaves). Here is a picture of my final result https://i.imgur.com/pNUJeDL.jpg
This could well be my new favourite dish :) Thank you again!
Looks fantastic! 😄
Thought this was some dank weed
Yum! Can’t wait to try this!
Looked like nugs
This looks AMAZING. I'm assuming it would work well with chickpeas for an even cheaper version? Or maybe half chicken, half chickpeas?
Yes that’s a great idea!! Chickpeas would be amazing in this recipe.
I was thinking tofu would be awesome and soak up these flavors really well…. (I’m vegan and would probably use cashew cream instead of the yogurt)
I’m not sure what green yogurt masala is. It’s not in the ingredient list. I have almost everything available to make it now, but that is the sticking point for me.
The green yogurt masala mentioned in step 4 is what's made in step 1 and set aside for later. The website that the OP linked refers to it in different places as "green paste," "green masala," and "green yogurt mix," so I can understand if it was hard to follow in the condensed recipe.
Yes that’s a great idea actually. I think it would turn out fantastic. If the chutney is without yogurt you can just mix in the yogurt.
Do note that these chutneys may either have coconut or peanut in them - so the final curry texture maybe slightly rough.
The only green vegetable in my diet #healthyliving
I effing love hariyali chicken- it's a good break from the standard chicken curry. I bulk up my 'curry' (I leave it dry to make kathi rolls out of this- with sliced onion, mushrooms and bell peppers. Not traditional but it's great for meal prep!
Me too! It’s one of my favorite curries. And I love your kathi roll idea. I will try it soon!
i’m sure it tasted good but my brightness is down & my first thought was formula baby poos
Well, I guess I'm white and I appreciate it.
If your dog regularly eats grass it might have a digestive problem and you should talk about it with your veterinarian.
Green chicken. That reminds me of the buckets of wings we used to get in at the Monkey Tree. They were green indeed. Slippery, smelly, and green. Great with hot sauce.
It looks like green diarrhea.
It’s food. Let’s not insult food. Thanks!