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Instant Pot Chicken Recipes Healthy Indian : Instant Pot Chicken Masala Curry for Beginners | Quick & Easy | Written Recipe in Description

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Instant Pot Chicken Recipes Healthy Indian

Instant Pot Chicken Masala Curry for Beginners | Quick & Easy | Written Recipe in Description

Instant Pot Chicken Masala Curry for Beginners | Quick & Easy | Written Recipe in Description

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Ingredients Required:
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Oil, 2 Tbsp
Shahi jeera/ jeera/ cumin seeds, 1 Teaspoon
Onion, 1 Medium sized ,chopped into small pieces
Salt, as per taste
Ginger Garlic paste, 2 Tablespoon
Turmeric Powder, 1 Teaspoon
Chicken, 2 Lbs
Red Chili powder/Cayenne Powder 2 Tbsp (Skip or use lesser quantity as per taste.)
Garam Masala powder, Half Tablespoon
Coriander Powder, 1 Tablespoon
Coconut Powder, 1 Tablespoon (Substitute with coconut milk for a creamier finish)
Cilantro, Half bunch,chopped, for garnish (Optional)

Steps:
1. Turn on Saute mode.Wait for liner to heat up.
Add 2 tbsp of Oil.Then add 1 teaspoon of Shahi Jeera or cumin
Once the cumin starts to splutter, throw in the onion diced. Add salt to help the onions cook faster.Then add 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder and 2 Tbsp of Ginger garlic paste and cook till raw smell goes away.

2. Next throw in 2 lbs chicken and add 2 tbsp of red chili powder. Give it a good stir.

3. Cover liner with a lid and adjust the IP’s ‘saute’ to low.Let it cook for 10 mins.Give the occasional stir.

4. Then add half a tablespoon of Garam masala powder and 1 tablespoon of Coriander powder.Add at least half a cup of water and close the lid. Hit ‘Manual’ or ‘PressureCook’ mode and set timer to 2 mins. Make sure whistle is in sealing mode.

5.Do a quick release and open the lid.Turn on Saute mode and Add around 1 tbsp of coconut powder.Let it simmer for around 5 minutes.After simmering for a while, you will notice the oil start to separate from the curry base.Add chopped cilantro and hit cancel.

Serving Suggestions:
Serve over rice or with Rotis/Tortillas.
Chopped Onions/lime as garnish. Yogurt raita to make it mild.
Curry goes well with Jeera Rice(https://youtu.be/2cIG3cAtpiA) or Lemon Rice(https://youtu.be/CJTCUbMUlDo)
Wine Pair: Syrah/Loire Valley Cabernet Franc
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12 Comments

  1. I just got married and received an instant pot as a gift (having never cooked before!). I don’t live near any family and had to cook something for dinner. I searched for and Indian IP recipe & this was the first thing that popped up. I watched it, made a grocery list, went shopping and followed your recipe as closely as I could. My husband loved it soooo much, he wanted me to make it again the following day! Thanks for your easy to make & easy to follow recipes! I’ve watched many of your recipes that look easy/ we would like & I can’t wait to start trying them out! 🙂

  2. Right now im eating the most tasteless 'Indian' food ever,I should have tried one of these recipes. My GF Thinks She Can Cook Indian Food….She Can't.

  3. My chicken has turned out drowing in watery thin liquid..and i didnt even add any water as you suggested as it seems to make alot on its in before pressure mode. Not sure why mine has failed. I used whole chicken thighs too with bone in and 2mins pressure not long enough to make tender. Maybe you can specify what size chicken pieces or type of chicken pieces please.

  4. Ma’am I just have to say thank you for this step by step recipe! Haven’t tried it yet but I can already tell this will taste AMAZING

  5. You can cook it in a pressure cooker on gas cooker, it is much better cooking on gas… u cannot manage temperatures on this pot so that meals doesnt cook properly… I have that pot and so that i know the difference….

  6. Cool video. But just a heads up when tasting for salt try it after the chicken is cooked…. it’s not good to try it while the chicken is raw obviously.

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