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South African Chicken Curry Recipe

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"We are a couple who has visited and sampled food in every country in the world. We strive to get a local recipe for every dish we place on our blog. Some we have cooked in our kitchen, but most we enjoyed in the restaurants and streets of the world. Our thoughts and opinions are based on the food we loved the most, and you may find them and others you will fall in love with as well. Please enjoy the recipe and comment below." South African Chicken Curry is a flavorful dish that reflects the diverse culinary heritage of South Africa. It's a fusion of indigenous African ingredients and Indian influences, with a rich history dating back to the 19th century when Indian immigrants introduced their spices to the region. Ingredients 6 chicken thighs 2 Tbsp curry powder 2 Tbsp flour 2 Tbsp brown sugar 1 Tbsp black pepper powder ½ cup apricot jam 2 Tbsp vinegar 1 Tbsp mustard 1.5 cup water 2 Tbsp chopped garlic 1 onion, sliced into rings 1 green pepper, diced 8oz mushrooms, halved 3 Tbsp vegetable oil Prep Time: 15Minutes (6 Servings) Cooking Time: 60 Minutes Instructions 1. To make the curry flour, combine curry powder, flour, brown sugar, and black pepper. 2. Stir together the apricot jam, vinegar, mustard, and water in a separate basin. 3. In a pan with a shallow rim, heat the oil. Season the chicken on both sides with salt and pepper and then 4. Brown the chicken in the cooking oil. Put on a plate and put away temporarily. 5. Sauté onion in the same pan until translucent, then add the garlic and stir for an additional 30 seconds.The good brown bits left behind from the chicken add great flavor to the curry if you scrape them off. 6. After a few minutes of stirring, add the mushrooms and peppers. 7. Put the chicken thighs back into the pan, and sprinkle spice mixture over them. 8. Stir in the apricot preserves mixture and cook for a few more minutes. Cover and cook over low heat, checking and tossing periodically, until chicken is cooked through. 9. Serve it over a bed of rice
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