Mango & Cashew Chicken Curry

Chicken & Mango Curry

Curry.  Warming in winter and refreshing in the spring and summer for a Royal Breakfast.  This is our fave chicken curry recipe and is adored by many.  It is based on a recipe from Jude Blereau’s book, Wholefood for the Family.  With the addition of fresh tumeric and coconut cream, this Royal Breakfast is plentiful with healthy fats and warm and healing spices.  These quantities are for a large family or crowd of about 10 people.  You can easily halve the recipe.  Serve over a bed of coconut brown rice or cauliflower rice.

Mango & Cashew Chicken Curry
This is our fave chicken curry recipe and is adored by many. It is based on a recipe from Jude Blereau’s book, Wholefood for the Family. With the addition of fresh tumeric and coconut cream, this Royal Breakfast is plentiful with healthy fats and warm and healing spices. These quantities are for a large family or crowd of about 10 people. You can easily halve the recipe. Serve over a bed of coconut brown rice or cauliflower rice.
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Ingredients
  1. 2 large onions
  2. 3Tbs grated ginger
  3. 3Tbs grated fresh turmeric
  4. 5 garlic cloves
  5. 150g activated cashews
  6. 6 roma tomatoes
  7. 3 Tbs natural yogurt
  8. 1.2kg chicken thighs
  9. 2 tsp garam marsala
  10. 2 tsp curry powder
  11. 2tsp sea salt
  12. 250-500ml chicken bone broth
  13. 250ml coconut cream
  14. 1 1/2 cups frozen mango
  15. 4Tbs chopped coriander
Instructions
  1. Fry diced onion, ginger, turmeric and garlic
  2. Saute over low heat for 10 minutes
  3. Chop tomatoes, cashews and yogurt in thermo or food processor until blended but cashews are still chunky
  4. Add chicken, garam marsala, curry powder, sea salt and stir through browning the chicken in the spices
  5. Cook for about 5 minutes
  6. Add cashew nut mix, 1 cup of bone broth, mango and simmer on low with lid on for 45-1 hour.
  7. Add coconut cream (and rest of bone broth if needed) and simmer with lid off for another 30 minutes or until reduced and thick.
  8. Stir through coriander leaving some to garnish.
  9. Serve with coconut brown rice or cauliflower rice.
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