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Add apple and banana to give a tang to your Fruity Masala Chicken

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We all need more winter goodness in our food to keep us warm and ready for the cold weather ahead. Try this fruity masala chicken as a one-stop pot of meat, fruit, vegetables and spices.

There are countless forms of masala, which Indian grocers traditionally sell pre-made according to their favourite recipe. A masala is the name for a mix of spices. A masala can be either a combination of dried spices, or a paste made from a mixture of spices and other ingredients. Often garlic, ginger, onions, chilli paste and tomato will go into a masala paste. A dry masala will use dried, often dry-roasted, spices.

This recipe calls for a Cape Masala which is a curry blend that is not super-hot. You can substitute other curry seasonings if you prefer.

Spice this fruity masala chicken up with Cape Masala mix to help heat up the body. Depending on how much spicy you add, just don’t take your temperature after eating it!

Looking for more delectable dishes to make at home for your family and friends? We have excellent suggestions for you to try, just check out our recipes.



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