Add onion, chilli, ginger, garlic and 115 g or 4 oz water to mixer bowl. Blend for 1 min/speed 7/MC on.
Add apple cider vinegar to mixture and blend for 5 sec/speed 5/MC on. Set aside.
Without washing the bowl, add olive oil, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom and star anise to mixer bowl. Sauté for 5 min/120°C or 250°F (or steaming temp for TM31 users)/slowest speed/reverse/butterfly/MC off.
Add reserved onion mixture to bowl.
Cook 8 min/120°C or 250°F (or steaming temp for TM31 users)/speed soft/reverse/butterfly/MC off.
Add tinned tomato, salt, chilli if using, turmeric and curry powder to mixer bowl.
Cook for a further 20 min/120°C or 250°F (or steaming temp for TM31 users)/slowest speed/reverse/butterfly/MC off.
Place simmering basket on top of mixer bowl to prevent splatter.
Add chicken breast to mixer bowl.
Cook 11 min/100°C or 212°F/speed soft/reverse/butterfly/MC on.
Add diced capsicum and cream to mixer bowl.
Cook for a further 5 min/100°C or 212°F/slowest speed/reverse/butterfly/MC off.
When curry has finished cooking, remove it to an insulated server, stir through garam masala and chopped coriander, cover and let it stand for 5 min to infuse.
Omit the extra chilli flakes if you don't want it too spicy, its not a very hot curry bit it has a little bite - otherwise serve with raita yoghurt for cooling. If you make your own garam masala, take care to choose a recipe without a lot of peppercorns. Some garam masala mixes use a lot of pepper which will make this dish quite spicy. You can find the curry powder at Asian and Indian grocers or online here: http://bit.ly/1PXPEsY. Skinnymixers recieve 10% off using the discount code SKMIX in the shopping cart and if you stock up on other things you need its only a $12 flatrate shipping fee x (not sponsored) Reduce the quantities if you are using a western style curry powder like keens. I use the Babas brand curry powder. If you make your own Malaysian meat curry powder then start off with 1 tsp only due to concentration. I highly recommend you only use Ardmona brand tinned tomatoes - its the only tinned tomato I find which produces a nice thick sauce 🙂 You can leave out the cream or substitute with yoghurt for a lower calorie option or coconut or cashew cream for a dairy free option. Important note: Don't increase the quantities of any ingredients - this will avoid overloading your mixer. Comments from Michael Unfortunately I had to endure the less than perfect curries to get to the above recipe but I was selfless so you could experience this divinity. It is amazing for dinner, lunch AND breakfast and hot or cold. What a special treat to celebrate 20,000 members. Hope you enjoy this one as much as I do - sorry Indian Temptations, I won't be ordering from you any time soon. Bellini users Use blunt blade for this recipe. Do not use butterfly to avoid the risk of overheating your machine. At step 3, step 5 and step 7 use speed 1 and ST temp if using an Intelli and 120°C or 250°F if using a Supercook. At step 10 and step 12 use speed 1.