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½ container plain yogurt, full fat
1 tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp tumeric powder
2 tsp garam masala (Note 1)
½ tsp stew powder or cayenne pepper powder (Note 2)
1 tsp ground cumin
1 tbsp new ground ginger
2 garlic cloves, smashed
1.5 lb/750 g chicken thigh filets, cut into chomp size pieces
1 tbsp vegetable oil or ghee (Note 3)
1 container tomato passata or puree (otherwise called Tomato Sauce in America) (Note 4)
1 tbsp sugar
1¼ tsp salt
1 glass cream (full fat or light) OR for a lighter variant use ¾ container light cream + ¼ glass milk (low fat) (I utilized this)
Discretionary stride: for an additional smooth sauce, join the Marinade fixings (with the exception of the chicken) in a sustenance processor and mix until smooth.
Join the Marinade fixings with the chicken in a dish. Cover and refrigerate overnight, or up to 24 hours.
Heat the vegetable oil over high warmth in an expansive rotisserie dish. Include the chicken covered in the Marinade and cook for around 3 minutes, or until the chicken is white on top of (it doesn’t generally chestnut due to the Marinade).
Include the tomato passata, sugar and salt. Swing down to low and stew for 20 minutes.
Do a taste test to check whether it needs more salt. Mix through the cream, then expel from warmth.
Trim with coriander/cilantro leaves if utilizing. Present with basmati rice.
The Butter Chicken is envisioned with my simple No Yeast Flatbread and no-broil papadums