Saturday, 11 June 2011

Warm Winter Stew

This stew is one of my own creations - a wonderful Warm Winter Stew. The spices should not turn it into a curry, but they should lend just enough warmth to the aftertaste to remind you that it is a 'Warm Winter' Stew! Children and Adults love it.

Enjoy and Bon Apetit!

Sandy Bigara


1/2x large Onion or 1x small Onion
2x skinless Chicken breasts cut into cubes
2x large Potato's peeled and cubed
2x large Carrots peeled and diced
1x tin Chickpeas drained
1x tin chopped Tomato
Ina Paarman's Tikka Masala Spice
Robertson's Raja's Mild Curry Powder
Pinch of Salt
Half packet of Cream of Tomato Soup powder
1x cup warm Water
(Makes 4 portions)

1. Fry onion in a splash of olive oil with salt, and both Raja's and Tikka to taste.
2. Add chicken and fry till tender, coating the meat in the spiced oil.
3. Empty tin of Chickpeas into the stew and turn until coated with spiced oil.
4. Mix in tin of tomato and leave to simmer.
5. In a separate pot bring carrots and potato to the boil until soft, drain, and add to the stew.
6. Sprinkle the Tomato Soup over the stew - add 1 cup of warm water to the stew and mix.
7. Serve with white rice and sambals if needed.
8. An alternative is to liquidise and turn this into a rich tasty winter soup - just add half a chicken stock cube and 2 cups of warm water.
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