Want to know how to make chicken curry? Our easy chicken curry recipes are quick to make for a midweek meal or easy entertaining idea.
We have plenty of ideas, from Indian chicken curry with coconut milk to West African, green Thai chicken curry to butter chicken.
If you’re after a healthy chicken curry try our popular chicken saag, or go all out with a chicken katsu. If you want to go vegetarian, try our vegetable curry recipes here…
This easy chicken curry is sure to become a family favourite! You can use whatever curry paste you have to make this… it’s the combo of butter, almonds and yogurt that magically creates such a rich, creamy sauce.
Check out our easy chicken curry recipe with low-fat coconut milk, punchy madras paste and crunchy sugar snap peas. This flavoursome curry is low in calorie and gluten free. More low calorie curry recipes to try here…
Ready in just 35 minutes this super easy cheat’s chicken panang curry recipe is a simple yet flavoursome midweek meal for the family. Plus it’s low in calories, too.
Our 5:2 diet friendly chicken curry recipe bulks up on veg to keep the calories low. Freeze in portions for quick, midweek meals.
This fragrant southern Indian chicken curry is unusual in that it gets all its heat from black pepper rather than chilli. For maximum flavour from the spices, marinate the chicken for as long as you can, then it’s a speedy curry to make.
Thai green curry is an Asian street food classic and it is very popular in the UK. Try our delicious green chicken curry recipe from Victoria Moore that shows you how to make the curry paste from scratch so that the fresh, vibrant flavours really come through. Here are wine expert Victoria Moore’s wine matches for this dish.
Make our coriander chicken curry, it’s low in calories and gluten free. This easy recipe is a perfect family midweek meal and it’s ready in under 30 minutes.
This is a creamy but light chicken curry recipe from the east of India. The yogurt gives richness to the dish without much fat.
Our chicken saag recipe proves that you can eat healthily without having to miss out on your favourite foods. This comes in at under 500 calories and is ready in under an hour.
Inspired by the peanut-based curries of West African cooking, this recipe is a simplified version, using peanut butter as a quick shortcut. It also freezes really well if you fancy making a double batch.
This recipe for chicken madras is a really easy way to feed the family – a classic chicken curry for under 300 calories.
Katsu is a firm favourite for anyone who loves Japanese food. This version cuts out bread crumbing process and uses a ready-made paste, meaning that this can be on the table in 30 minutes – perfect for midweek. Try our other Japanese recipes here.
Britain’s favourite dish is a hybrid Indian chicken curry recipe born in the UK. Make sure your chicken gets nicely browned at the edges to add flavour for a fragrant, delicious tikka masala.
Make an easy chicken curry in half an hour. With coconut and sweet potato, this quick chicken curry is a tasty and filling midweek dish for four.
A good Japanese-style chicken curry. Made with udon noodles and mild curry paste, it’s healthy, comforting and easy. Made to share, it’s the best midweek meal for two.
Made with chicken thigh fillets and a made-from-scratch spice blend, this easy, good-value curry is best served with basmati rice (here’s why we love it) and naan.
Whip up a delicious curry with this dish combining butternut squash, chicken thighs, cherry tomatoes and coconut milk. This Thai recipe couldn’t be simpler and is perfect served with coconut rice.