Okay quick n’ easy-
I often try new things or throw bits together out of the fridge.
onion, garlic and if you have some celery (love it in curries!)
lots of chopped tomatoes (those tiny sweet ones will do)
Curry powder (Wellcome have it!)
Par boil pots for 10 mins while preparing veg.
Fry onion/garlic (try to use olive oil and a knob of butter)
add chicken and celery (don’t overcook celery- it should crunch)
add chopped toms - just to warm through.
When the pots are done add them to the mix and stir in curry powder. Add corriander if you have some knocking about.
Done. It is a little dry (almost like the potato curries back home) but this was just a throw together, and my first time. You could make it a little saucy-ier by adding a chicken stock cube - although the pots might disintergrate. Perhaps even experiment with making nan -it’s not difficult.
I haven’t/don’t bother with quanities as judging by eye and taste is good enough, you ain’t making a cake! Jugde things by flavour versus proportion not weight!
I used to have to have a recipie for everything, but now I’m much more confident about trying new things and experimenting. I always say to the better half “I don’t know what it’ll be like, it was an experiment.” Nine times out of ten it’s good. Sometimes it’s NASTY!
Enjoy, she’ll love you even if it turns out not-so-wonderful, because you know - it’s the effort that matters