To make this dish you will need:
- Lemon Grass
- Spanish Paprika
- Bay leaf
How to create this mouthwatering dish:
Oxygenate your chicken in your bowl or pot. To oxygenate your chicken all you have to do is place your raw chicken in your pot under a strong flow of tap water. What this will do is bring out the dirt of the chicken and wash it out. You will want to keep this oxygenation process for about 3-5 minutes or as needed.
Drain the chicken from water and turn on your fire. Place your chicken in your pan or pot with no oil or water and add the following dry ingredients on top: Spanish Paprika, Turmeric, Bay leaf, and Lemon Grass. Do not put any wet ingredients to allow the oil and water of the chicken to come out. Once you notice the oil and water coming out, you will know it is done.
As you can see below, the chicken has released all its fluids into the pan which makes it look like soup. You must know that when I placed this chicken into the pan, this had no water or oil whatsoever.
Step 4: Separate the chicken from the oil and water and place in another pan with oil. Cook till the chicken is brown.
Cut your garlic into smithereens, onions into quarters, and green peppers into small circulars bits. If you don’t completely understand my description please check the photo down below to get the full picture.
You should saute the green pepper and onions first before adding the garlic. After sauteing the pepper and onions until slightly brown, add the garlic
Combine your chicken into the green peppers, garlic, and onion. Mix.
Peel and dice potatoes. Add the potatoes to the chicken. You will know the potatoes are cooked when they are soft.
When the potatoes are cooked, make your curry mix and add this into your chicken as well. To create a curry mix, add together milk and curry powder.
One boil, switch off the fire, add your coconut oil.
Put chopped parsley on top. Enjoy.
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