Oven Roasted Curry Chicken – Tasty Tuesday’s | CaribbeanPot.com

Learn how to make oven roasted chicken marinated in herbs, curry powder and yogurt, in this episode of Tasty Tuesday’s with Chris De La Rosa of CaribbeanPot.com A bit different than the way we traditionally cook curry chicken in the Caribbean, but I assure you, you’ll fall in love with this version of oven roasting curry chicken.

Tender, juicy and bold with flavors, this method of cooking curry chicken in the oven is almost fool-proof.

For this curry chicken you’ll need…

1 medium Chicken
1 cup yogurt
1/4 teaspoon salt (adjust)
2 scallions
4 sprigs thyme
2 cloves garlic
1 lemon
2 birds eye pepper (optional)
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon curry powder
1 tablespoon chopped cilantro

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  1. this is just a Indian dish from India Tandoori Chicken, but just using the regular Caribbean ingredients and curry powder

    Someone originally from Jamaica told me they made regular curry but in the oven and that’s what I was looking for. I thought it was a good idea, as you dont stink up your house in the winter or even in the summer if you have your air conditioner running all week

  2. Congrats on your success i see your subscribers have grown I really enjoy your channel can you please do a recipe with shrimp and a recipe with stew chicken

  3. Maybe my favourite thing about living in the Toronto area. It’s not all the different cultures authentic food – though that part is good. It is the fusion of all the best ideas.

    I’ve been thinking Carribean flavours combined with the crunch of Korean Fried Chicken for my next experiment.

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