Brad Pitt in love with Indian Food

You might not like Brad Pitt and might not care that he was in India in 2006 shooting for his film ‘A might Heart’ but you might care of the fact that he loves Indian food as much as you do. It was during shooting of his movie ‘A mighty heart’ in 2006 that he got to truly experience Indian food and culture.

During his subsequent interviews, Brad Pitt said that he was impressed about the sheer number of people living together, living in harmony, the colours of the cities, the smell of the cities, their food and architecture. He loved Diwali and said he would very much like to be here for Holi, the other Indian festival he had heard much about.

In his own words: I love Indian food. Chicken masala, dal and nan.

So, my recipe for the day- Dal Fry dedicated to one of my favourite hollywood star Brad Pitt:

How to make mouth watering coconut curry chicken?

 Are you looking for a coconut curry chicken recipe? Well, watch and learn all about this delicious curry chicken recipe.

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Basic Ingredients for coconut curry chicken
1 Onions
2 Tomatoes
1 Green chilli (optional)
1 tbsp Ginger/Garlic (or ginger garlic paste)
Boneless chicken (l lb)
1 can of Coconut milk
1 tsp Cumin seeds
Salt per taste
1/2 tsp Red chili powder
1/2 tsp Turmeric (Or curry powder)
1/4 tsp Garam masala
1/3 cup Coconut flakes
Water
3-4 stalks Coriander/Cilantro for garnish
Oil

– Heat oil in pan and add cumin seeds, salt, turmeric, red chilli powder, onions, ginger, garlic, green chillies, garam masala
– Saute for few mins and add chicken and tomatoes
– Cook for 5 mins
– Add water and coconut milk
-Cook for 15 mins and garnish with cilantro (coriander) leaves and coconut flakes.
Serve with rice or roti.