Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Slow Cooker Butter Chicken from Living Lou

All the flavors of Indian Butter Chicken in the slow cooker!

Slow Cooker Butter Chicken from Living Lou featured on SlowCookerFromScratch.com
 (Photo from Living Lou.)

I enjoy Indian flavors, but sometimes I can be intimidated by long ingredient lists and unfamiliar preparation methods.  That might be partly why this Slow Cooker Butter Chicken from Living Lou sounds so appealing.  This recipe uses ingredients I would normally have on hand, and I think the combination of flavors here sounds delicious.  Louisa says she created the recipe with her favorite Indian take-out in mind, and she was thrilled with the result.

Ingredients for this recipe:
  • Olive oil
  • boneless skinless chicken breasts
  • diced onion
  • minced garlic
  • garam masala
  • curry powder
  • sugar
  • turmeric
  • ground ginger
  • salt
  • tomato paste
  • yogurt
  • coconut milk

Get the complete recipe for Slow Cooker Butter Chicken from Living Lou.

More Ideas with Indian Flavors in the Slow Cooker:
Bombay Potatoes from Kayotic Kitchen
Better Butter Chicken from Dinner with Julie
Chana Dal with Spinach from Everyday Maven
Chicken Vindaloo from The Perfect Pantry
Chole (Indian Spiced Chickpea Stew) from Letter Blocks Say What
Dalia Bisibele Bhath from Recipes 4 My Daughter
Vegan Sag Paneer (Tofu with Spinach) from Everyday Maven
Indian Beef from Perry's Plate
Indian-Spiced Lentils from The Perfect Pantry
Indian-Spiced Vegan Red Lentil Soup with Spinach and Coconut Milk from Kalyn's Kitchen 

8 comments:

  1. Butter chicken is one of my favorite dishes to order at an Indian restaurant, so I'm glad to have an easy slow cooker recipe. Thanks for linking to some of my Indian slow cooker posts, too.

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  2. This sounds delicious! I too am a big fan of butter chicken, and I bet it smells delicious while cooking!

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  3. That looks amazing! I love Butter Chicken. It's typically gluten free as is this recipe, but it's not always safe to eat at Indian restaurants due to cross contact issues, so it's really nice that this dish can easily be made at home. Thanks to you both!

    Shirley

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  4. Shirley, good point. And I agree that this looks delicious.

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  5. This was absolutely delicious! I did find it a bit too salty, but fixed that by mixing in some additional nonfat plain yogurt right before serving. The leftovers tasted even better the next day!

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  6. So glad to hear you enjoyed it, and thanks for the tip about the salt.

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