What to do when time is short, but you really, really, really want to make a curry you’ve seen on ‘Cook yourself thin’ and in Gizzi Erskine’s cookbook?
I don’t apologize for this. Ever. Usually it happens at tea-time, when I know we all need feeding, but I also know that my shift downstairs is getting nearer and nearer……
Ok, If I’d had more time, I would have egg and breadcrumbed my own chicken breast fillets, but as I didn’t, Tesco kindly did it for me.
So, as I was making the curry sauce, I wacked the chicken into the oven, put the rice on to cook and wam! bam! 20 minutes later, dinner was ready!
And it was really, really delicious. I love it when madam says “Make this again, Mom!”
Here’s the recipe if you want to make the ‘Cook yourself thin’ cornflake coated version.
Looks great! I love katsu curry. 🙂 Always good to add a quick meal to your repertoire :)xox Sarah
That looks so yummy Anna 🙂 I'm certainly not against a bit of cheating in the kitchen now and again, who has the time to do everthing from scratch anyway? 🙂
Loving the new look on your Blog Anna – very sophisticated! 🙂 This curry looks so good, a real no-nonsense recipe – just up my street. Great to see you back blogging. Love Lucie x
Mmmmm, I'm always on the lookout for a quick dinner recipe and this one looks a good one to try. Thanks
Thanks everyone for your comments!I'll try it next time with the cornflake coating – sounds interesting!
Oh, it looks so good! And I love that madam loved it, too.L. xoxo
I've got this recipe book-marked in Gizzi's cookbook and can't wait to make it. Looks good Anna!Mariax