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Linda's Chicken Curry Skillet With Vegetables and Potatoes

Linda was taught to cook from an early age, thanks to her father. She shares many of her favorite recipes that she knows you will savor.

Chicken Curry Skillet Dinner

Chicken Curry Skillet Dinner

Chicken Curry Skillet Recipe

This is a simple chicken curry skillet dish that will wow your taste buds. The blend of curry, chicken, vegetables, and potatoes will leave you wanting seconds.

I feel so grateful that my late father taught me how to cook at a young age. He taught me a great lesson: have fun, and don't get caught up in exact measurements.

This recipe came to be because of my love of curry, chicken, vegetables, and potatoes. I played with different spices and ingredients until I came up with a skillet dish that I knew my family would love. I hope you enjoy it too.

Chicken Curry Skillet

Cook Time

Prep timeCook timeReady inYields

15 min

20 min

35 min

3-4 servings

Definition of Curry

Curry (/ˈkʌri/, plural curries) is a dish originating in the cuisine of the Indian Subcontinent. The common feature is the use of complex combinations of spices or herbs, usually including fresh or dried hot chillies. The use of the term is generally limited to dishes prepared in a sauce.

—Wikipedia

Ingredients

  • 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into chunks
  • 1 large white onion, diced
  • 1 cup celery, diced
  • 1 cup carrots, thinly sliced
  • 5 red or white potatoes, cut into slices or quarters
  • 2 tablespoons curry powder, mild
  • 1 tablespoon pepper
  • 1 tablespoon salt
  • 4 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 2 cloves fresh garlic, minced
  • 1 cup bell peppers, diced
  • 1 cup chicken broth

Curry Quiz

For each question, choose the best answer. The answer key is below.

  1. Curry is an Indian Cuisine
    • True
    • False
  2. Curry has been known to aid in heart health
    • True
    • False
  3. Actress Jodi Foster has claimed to love curry dishes
    • True
    • False
  4. Curry can help clear up ear infections
    • True
    • False

Answer Key

  1. True
  2. True
  3. False
  4. False

Instructions

  1. Rinse chicken breasts under cool water and pat dry with paper towel.
  2. Cut chicken breasts into bite sized pieces.
  3. Put olive oil and butter into skillet on medium heat.
  4. Add chicken chunks, curry, minced garlic, salt, and pepper to skillet; stir until chicken is fully cooked.
  5. Add diced onion, celery, bell peppers, and carrots to skillet; cover and cook until vegetables are soft (stir frequently during cooking process).
  6. Add sliced or quartered potatoes to skillet.
  7. Add 1 cup chicken broth to skillet or wok; cover and simmer until heated through.
One of my favorite chicken skillet recipes.

One of my favorite chicken skillet recipes.

A great dish any time of year!

A great dish any time of year!

© 2016 Linda Rogers

Comments

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on December 16, 2019:

Hi Umesh-I am sure substituting chicken for other things would work just fine. I wouldn't put the cottage cheese in the frying pan but add it after vegetables are cooked. Thank you for coming by my skillet recipe, I appreciate it.

Umesh Chandra Bhatt from Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, India on December 15, 2019:

Nice recipe. In India, some people do not take mutton or chicken. I think they can substitute chiken by tofu or cottage cheese in this recipe.

Thanks for posting.

Tamara Moore on September 10, 2017:

I eat a lot of chicken, too, Linda :-) I do not eat Red Meat.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on September 10, 2017:

My pleasure Tamara-I love finding new recipe's for Chicken because we eat so much of it.

Hugs Back

Linda

Tamara Moore on September 10, 2017:

Thank you, Linda! I love curried food, and this looks so delicious :-)

Hugs,

Tamara

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on December 10, 2016:

Hi teaches-Curry is such a delicious spice. I like my dishes spiced mildy with curry but I know many that like it hot. Thank you so much for stopping by.

Dianna Mendez on December 10, 2016:

I love the smokey flavor of curry and add it to many of my dishes. It gives it a great taste and my family eats much more when it is part of the ingredients. I will have to try your recipe suggestion.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Hi Laura-thank you for your vote for my curry dish. You are indeed my taste tester; or should I say guinea pig. LOL Love you twinner XOXO

Laura Arne from Minnetonka, MN on November 21, 2016:

Hi Linda-Hi Hubbers-as Linda's sister and taste tester, I can attest to the deliciousness of this chicken Curry recipe. We don't care for too much curry but if your into a spicier recipe you can adjust the recipe.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Broccoli and Asparagus sound really good in this recipe. I love veggies, so any vegetables will work for me. Nice to see you Shauna and hope all is well. Have a happy thanksgiving my friend.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Hi Rachel-Awesome to see you here my friend. I haven't been on HubPages lately as I've been super busy but I sure miss seeing all of you and especially your delicious recipe's. Glad you liked my chicken curry recipe my friend.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Glad you liked my curry recipe oliversmum-Thanks so much for coming by and checking out the recipe. Hope all is well my friend.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Great to see you Alicia-I just love cooking with curry but I personally like it on the mild side. I hope you and your family have a beautiful Thanksgiving holiday. Thanks so much for the visit.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Hi Maria-so nice to see your beautiful smiling face on my page. I appreciate you coming by my curry recipe. I just love curry and coming up with different recipe's. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Hi Ruby-It's nice to see you here too. I have not been on Hubpages much lately, but sure have missed seeing all my friends here. I will be getting on much more again now that I have more time. Thanks so much for visiting and checking out my curry recipe. I'll be interested to hear if you like this spice if you try this out. Happy almost Thanksgiving my friend.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Hi Audrey-glad to hear you like your veggies! I don't know why but I was surprised to hear Bill doesn't care for them. Thanks for taking the time out to read my curry recipe. I appreciate it. Happy Thanksgiving my friend.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Hi Billy, I am so surprised to hear you don't care for vegetables. Happy Thanksgiving to you and Bev. Appreciate your visit to my curry recipe.

Shauna L Bowling from Central Florida on November 21, 2016:

Looks and sounds delicious, Linda! I love all the ingredients. I'll bet broccoli or asparagus would be good in it as well.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Hi Cyndi-glad I could give you a new ingredient to add to your curry recipe's. It is a perfect pairing in my opinion. I appreciate your visit :)

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Hi Steve-the thing with curry is that you can't overdo it or it can ruin the recipe. I don't like it too hot either and buy mild curry. I thank you for reading the recipe even though your not a big fan of this spice.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

ChitrangadaSharan-I like to throw things together that I have on hand as well. Thankfully, I usually have most spices on hand to make whatever my heart desires. Thanks so much for checking out my curry recipe.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 21, 2016:

Hi Flourish-I agree that cooking is an art form and that's what makes it so darn fun! Let me know what you think of this recipe if you try it out.

Rachel L Alba from Every Day Cooking and Baking on November 20, 2016:

Hi Linda, I'm always looking for new chicken recipes and this one fits the bill. It looks simple and done quickly too. Also looks really delicious. Thanks for coming up with this recipe and sharing it.

Have a blessed Thanksgiving.

oliversmum from australia on November 20, 2016:

Minnetonka Twin Hi. This recipe sounds great, especially adding the potatoes. also the information on the benefits of curry, which I did not know. Thank you, will try it soon. :) :)

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on November 19, 2016:

I love the taste of curry and spicy foods. Thank you for sharing this recipe, Linda. It sounds delicious.

Maria Jordan from Jeffersonville PA on November 19, 2016:

Looks delicious - what a wonderful combination of ingredients. I love curry - both the taste and its benefits.

Happy Thanksgiving to you, dear Linda. Hugs, Maria

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on November 19, 2016:

This dish looks delicious. I have never used curry powder, but I will after learning the many benefits. It is nice to see you again on HP. Thanks for sharing..

Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on November 19, 2016:

Unlike my friend billbuc, I love my veggies and will probably add a few more. The benefits of curry that you mentioned certainly motivate me to start using it more often. I can't wait to try this recipe. Thanks so much and will pin and share.

Hugs to you Linda,

Audrey

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on November 19, 2016:

I love Chicken Curry but not too fond of vegetables. Perhaps I'll tinker with this recipe and eliminate the dreaded veggies. :) Thanks my friend, and Happy Thanksgiving to you.

Cynthia B Turner from Georgia on November 19, 2016:

I love curry and I'm a big fan of fast and easy recipes. I cook curry chicken (my own recipe of the day) but I have never added potatoes to my curry chicken. I will now because this looks delicious. Thanks for expanding my curry chicken recipes. Peace and take care.

steve-bc-ca from West Kelowna, BC, Canada on November 19, 2016:

I’ve never been a fan of curry chicken but this dish looks and sounds delicious. I had no idea how good it was for you either. I’ll defiantly be giving curry another chance after seeing this dish and reading your article. Thanks Linda!

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on November 18, 2016:

Interesting and wholesale recipe that combines all my favourite ingredients! While preparing food I usually include all that is readily available in my kitchen or refrigerator rather than manage one special ingredient that is not available. So every time the recipe can have a different aroma.

Your recipe sounds delicious and worth trying! Thanks for sharing!

FlourishAnyway from USA on November 18, 2016:

I agree not not get too wrapped up in exact measurements, as cooking is an art to some degree. This looks like a recipe worth trying. I enjoy mixing it up every now again to add new recipes into the rotation.

Linda Rogers (author) from Minnesota on November 18, 2016:

Aww, thank you Jackie-so glad this recipe was timely. I love curry spices in my recipe's. Hope all is well with you.

Jackie Lynnley from the beautiful south on November 18, 2016:

Love that you included the benefits of curry because I have just been learning them and looking for recipes to use it in. So this is a great surprise treat, thank you very much!

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