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Slow Cookers Chicken Curry Recipe Mix

A recipe mix with coriander seed and cumin for a mild and aromatic slow-cooked curry.

Product Details

Ingredients

Cumin (18%), Salt, Coriander Seed (13%), Flavouring (contains Barley, Wheat), Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Fenugreek, Ginger, Turmeric, Yellow Mustard Seed, Paprika, Allspice, Dried Crushed Chillies (2%), Sugar, Bay Leaves, Coriander Leaf, Cayenne Pepper.

No hydrogenated fat, artificial colours, added preservatives or MSG.

Slow Cookers Chicken Curry

Serving size

Each pack serves 4

  • Size

    UPC Code

  • 33 (gram) 830246

Usage Tips
For OUR RECIPE you will need ...

1 sachet Schwartz Slow Cookers Chicken Curry Recipe Mix
1 onion, diced
1 red pepper, cut into chunks
450g (1lb) potatoes, cut into chunks
450g (1lb) chicken, diced
400g tin chopped tomatoes
175g (6oz) fresh spinach

Directions ...

1. Place onion, pepper, potatoes and chicken into your slow cooker pot.

2. Mix sachet contents with chopped tomatoes, and add to slow cooker pot. Stir through.

3. Cover and cook for up to 4 hours on HIGH or up to 8 hours on LOW, or until the meat and potatoes are tender and cooked through. (Keep covered during cooking. Slow Cookers vary. Directions based on a 3.5 litre Morphy Richards model.)

4. Remove lid, stir spinach through and stand for 5 minutes before serving. 

Hints & Tips ...

Why not try replacing the diced chicken with skinless chicken thighs or diced lamb. If you have time, try browning off the meat in a frying pan before adding to the slow cooker.

We have tested our cooking directions in both 3.5 litre slow cookers and the larger 6.5 litre varieties. We would recommend using our Recipe Mixes in a 3.5 litre slow cooker for best results. If you are using a 6.5 litre slow cooker we would recommend doubling the recipe, or adding more water at the beginning to prevent the recipe drying out during the cooking process, due to the larger surface area. 

We have tested a variety of slow cooker brands to ensure that our directions are accurate, but it is always best to check your manufacturer’s guidelines too for more specific information on the slow cooker that you are using.

Schwartz Slow Cooker Recipe Mixes - using a 3.5L slow cooker, the recipe on the back of pack works very well without the addition of water, unless specifically stated in the recipe. The ingredients required, such as a tin of tomatoes, vegetables and meat are sufficient to give you the perfect result at the end of the cooking time.

Store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.

Slow Cookers Chicken Curry

A 427g serving made according to OUR RECIPE contains

Energy
1208kJ
286kcal
14%
Fat
2.7g
4%
Saturates
0.5g
3%
Sugars
8.6g
10%
Salt
1.75g
29%

of an adult's Reference Intake**

Typical Values Per 100g
(as sold)
Per 427g serving
(1-4 of OUR RECIPE)*
Reference Intake**
Energy: 1127kJ/270kcal 1208kJ/286kcal 2000kcal
Fat: 7.0g 2.7g 70g
Saturates: 0.8g 0.5g 20g
Salt: 15.75g 1.75g 6g
Carbohydrate: 25.7g 28.1g 230g
Protein: 12.5g 33.5g 45g
Sugars: 4.3g 8.6g 90g

*Based on OUR RECIPE

**Reference Intake of an average adult(8400kJ/2000kcal)

Ratings & Reviews: 2

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Comments

  • Jackie Hodder on 9/11/2016

    Fantastic super easy winning recipe. This is so easy and absolutely brilliant. Better than any supermarket ready meal or jarred sauce. Undoubtedly healthier too as you know what goes in the pot. You will need to cook on a low heat for 8 hours and use a good quality tinned tomato otherwise it would possibly be a bit runny. But fantastic flavour. Maybe a little warm for some so make sure you have some yoghurt handy..

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  • Gary Hilton on 8/3/2016

    I am new to slow cooking, so this chicken curry recipe seemed like a nice safe bet for my first time! I stuck to the recipe on the packet ( I just left out the spinach at the end) I was worried the potatoes would either be too hard or turn to mush, but they were perfect. I was told to resist removing the lid during cooking but I really feel the curry would have benefited from a stir or 2 during cooking. It was a little on the watery side but not too bad. The curry itself was Ok, nothing special, but as an introduction to slow cooking it was a good start. I will try the others in the range.

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