Madras Coconut Chicken

Madras Coconut Chicken

This mild and flavorful curry is yellow in color and originates from the south of India.  It gets its name from the city known as Madras (now Chennai) when English merchants arrived there in 1640.  South Indian food tends to be lighter, with less rich gravies than the creamier curries of the north.  The curry is fragrant, slightly spicy, and this is one of the key notes of authenticity in our South Indian cooking. The combination of chicken, vegetables, dry spices and coconut is to die for! Because of its health advantage, Coconut has replaced many items such as cream and butter. The rich taste, flavor and the aroma of this coconut based curry can make anyone hungry.  It is best enjoyed when served along with steamed rice.        

Safe Handling Instructions

Stove Top
1. Pour 1 liter of water into a medium size saucepan and bring water to a boil.

2. Submerge 1 sealed bag into boiling water and boil uncovered 8–10 minutes. 

3. Remove bag with tongs. Tear bag and empty the contents into a serving dish. 

Enjoy with rice and/or naan bread.

INGREDIENTS: Chicken, Canola Oil, Onions, Garlic, Ginger, Tomato, Spices, Coconut Milk (contains Sulphites), Broccoli, Carrots, Snow  Peas, Red Pepper, Mini Corn and Water

ALLERGEN ALERT : Produced in a facility that uses milk, soy, nuts and wheat products.