Nepalese cuisine has a unique, distinct flavor which is achieved by mixing of spices with different ingredients and it all results in a delicious “Mmm, that’s good!” exclamation.
Discover the yummyness of chicken curry nepali style! (kukhura ko masu)
Follow the step-by-step directions below to make a traditional Nepali chicken curry. You won’t be disappointed!
This recipe serves 4-5 persons and takes approximately 30 minutes to prepare. For measurement unit conversions, try this site here.
- Chicken 500 gm
- Onion 70 gm
- Mustard oil 30 ml
- Bay leaves 2 pieces
- Tomatoes 60 gm
- Coriander 2 tbsp
- Ginger/garlic paste 1 tbsp
- Meat masala (flavor) 1 tsp
- Cumin powder 1/2 tsp
- Salt to taste
- Red chili powder 1/2 tsp
- Turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
- Chop onion, tomatoes, and chicken into small pieces
- Fry onions until golden brown, add chicken to pan
- Add bay leaves and turmeric (if using) and let sit for 5-10 minutes
- Add ginger/garlic paste, cumin powder, red chili powder (if using), meat masala, and salt to taste
- Cover pan and let simmer for 5 minutes over gentle heat, stirring occasionally
- Add tomatoes, coriander, and water as required to make sauce
- Serve and enjoy your new Nepalese chicken curry recipe!
Learn Nepali! Nepalese chicken curry recipe vocabulary:
- Chicken curry – kukhura ko masu
- Cumin powder – jira dhulo
- Red chili powder – khursani dhulo
- Bay leaves – tejpatta
- Mustard oil – tori ko tel
- Ginger – adhuwa
- Garlic – lasun
- Tomato – golbheda
- Coriander – dhaniya
- Salt – nun (noon)
Thumbs up! In this post you have learned..
- A delicious & simple new recipe of Nepalese cuisine
- 10 (food) words of the Nepali language!
Now that you have tonight’s main dish, try this authentic French crêpe recipe for dessert! Look at that, a mix of cultures! 🙂
Thanks for reading and following BB! Keep in touch for more traditional Nepali recipes. Don’t hesitate to ask questions and definitely let me know how your chicken curry (Nepali style) turns out!