October 08, 2017
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"This Easy Indian Chicken Recipe is quick to the table and delicious. It is perfect for a busy weeknight dinner and it is also guest worthy."
Melt the coconut oil in a skillet over medium-high heat and add the chicken, season with 1 teaspoon Indian Masala, garlic powder, salt and pepper. Cook until the chicken just starts to brown on the outside.
Place the chicken in a rice cooker along with rice, chicken broth, 1 cup coconut milk, green beans, ginger root, remaining Indian Masala and curry powder and stir until chicken is evenly coated.
Place lid on rice cooker turn it on and let it run its course.
Remove lid, stir in remaining coconut milk a bit at a time until you have desired creaminess.
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This is very good and I made as directed with the exception of using frozen broccoli instead of green beans. Due to the cooking time in the slow cooker the vegetables do get a bit mushy, so next time I will use add the vegetables near the end of the rice cooker cooking time. I also set my rice cooker for porridge - and I am not sure if this was the right setting. I also used light coconut milk and the rice I had on hand which was long grain rice. Thanks for sharing!