CHICKEN-CURRY3(M) USENET Cookbook CHICKEN-CURRY3(M)
CURRY CHICKEN WITH GRAPES
CHICKEN-CURRY3 - Chicken fruit salad curry
One day I was invited to a beach picnic, and asked to bring
a salad. A friend and I got together in his kitchen and con-
cocted a curried chicken salad with grapes. It was deli-
cious, but we forgot to write down the recipe. After some
more experimentation, I have come up with this recipe. I
don't know if it is the same as what we made that day at the
beach, but it is similar and delicious.
INGREDIENTS (Serves 8-10)
6-8 boneless chicken breast pieces (3-4 chicken
breasts, halved and boned)
2-6 cups seedless grapes (vary amount to taste)
1 1/2 " cups"
2 cups mayonaise
4 tsp curry powder
3 tsp olive oil
1 tsp cayenne pepper
1/2 tsp ground black pepper
1 tsp fruit vinegar
(1) Make the sauce by mixing together all ingredients
except the chicken and the grapes. Season to taste
(sample by dipping a grape into the sauce and then
(2) Broil the chicken breasts (3-5 minutes on each
side in a preheated broiler), then dice or shred
into small bite-sized pieces.
(3) Cook the pasta according to package directions,
(4) Mix chopped chicken with 2 cups of whole grapes.
Add the cooked drained pasta. Cover with the
sauce. Mix well. Add more grapes to taste. My
taste is to add vast quantities of grapes.
Difficulty: easy. Time: 25 minutes including cooking the
chicken and pasta. Precision: no need to measure.
Stanford University, Computer Science Department, Palo Alto, CA, USA
From: email@example.com (Andrew House)
Subject: RECIPE: Andy's murgh kurma
Date: 12 Feb 88 06:15:25 GMT
Organization: Software Engineering Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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