Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Chicken Vindaloo

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This next post comes to you from a recipe I found on the amazingly popular food blog...Steamy Kitchen.

Jaden Hair, the author of Steamy Kitchen asked Prerna, from Indian Simmer (another spectacular food blog) to do a guest post ...lucky for us all, Chicken Vindaloo was the recipe Prerna featured!

Completely from scratch...the only change I made was using 2, 1/8 teaspoons of cardamom in place of the actual pods...

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My husband and I were blown away by this dish! We felt there was no difference between this Chicken Vindaloo and the Chicken Vindaloo we used to order from our favorite Indian Restaurant on the Upper East Side of Manhattan! Tangy, spicy, authentic, delicious!!!

Click here to see the post and view Prerna's spectacular photos and recipe.  It's blogs like Indian Simmer and Steamy Kitchen that inspire us all to become better cooks and make many food bloggers aspire to be better photographers!

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9 comments:

Karen said...

I have got to try this. I've always wanted to try it at home, but feared it wouldn't be as good as restaurants. You've changed my mind! Definitely going on the to-do list...looks incredible!

Priyanka said...

Heard so much abt this dish, and seeing your creation has tempted me....thanks. M definitely bookmarking it.

The Slow Roasted Italian said...

This looks so amazing, I have been looking to enjoy the flavors of India and this dish looks like a perfect place to start!

StephenC said...

I'll have a look at the vindaloo tomorrow when I have a bit more time. Thanks.

Andrea the Kitchen Witch said...

Oh ho a new Indian dish to try, hooray!! It looks amazing and is officially on my to make list. Thanks for posting this one :)

sherri@crunchtimefood.com said...

Great post. The seasonings are exotic, but approachable. My husband loves Indian food, so I think with a few tweaks for kids' versions, we're in.

Jenn said...

I have made something very similar to this before.. though mine did not look as lovely as yours :) Can't wait to try this one!

Velva said...

I have chicken vindaloo on my to make list since enjoying it in a Indian restaurant. You are inspiring me! This looks amazing. I am bookmarking this one.

As always, thanks.

Velva

Nuts about food said...

I love Indian simmer and had already been drooling about this dish on her blog. I love your picture number 2.