Jamie Oliver’s butter chicken

2 servings Prep: 10 mins, Cooking: 30 mins By Food24
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Ingredients (9)

2-3 fresh chillies
350 g cherry tomatoes
4 garlic clove
6 cm ginger
1 tbsp garam marsala
4 tbsp low fat natural yoghurt
2x 150 g chicken breasts — skinless
olive oil
2 tbsp nut butter — cashew
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Method:

Halve and deseed the chillies. Place in a large non-stick frying pan on a high heat with the tomatoes and blacken all over, turning occasionally. Meanwhile, peel the garlic and ginger, and finely grate into a large bowl. Add most of the garam masala, a pinch of sea salt and black pepper and 1 tablespoon of yoghurt. Deeply score the chicken breasts at 1cm intervals, then massage with the marinade.

Once charred, remove the tomatoes and chillies to a board, returning the pan to a medium heat with 1⁄2 a tablespoon of olive oil and the chicken. Cook and char for 10 minutes, turning halfway, while you pinch off and discard the tomato skins and roughly chop 1–2 of the chillies, to taste. Remove the gnarly chicken from the pan and go in with the tomatoes, chopped chillies and cashew butter. Pour in 250ml of boiling kettle water and stir to pick up the sticky bits. Let it bubble vigorously for 2 minutes and once it starts to thicken, return the chicken to the pan, turning in the sauce for a final 2 minutes, or until cooked through, then remove to a board. Off the heat, season the sauce to perfection, then ripple through the remaining yoghurt. Slice the chicken and serve with the remaining chilli and garam masala.

7 Ways by Jamie Oliver

published with permission by Penguin Random House © Jamie Oliver



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