National Curried Chicken Day

National Curried Chicken Day

Curried chicken is a favorite dish of Indians, Britons, and people from other parts of the world like Asia and the Caribbean. It’s a comforting and delicious combination of flavors. National Curried Chicken Day was established to honor this delicious dish. Its origins date back to India around 8000 years ago. This dish has been popularized all over the globe in recent years. It is linked to British Empire’s rise as explorers brought back recipes from their travels. The first British recipe of chicken curry was published in The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy in 1747 by Hannah Glasse. The recipes evolved and added spices as time went on. In 1940, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and General George S. Patton were served curried chicken from a Georgian woman’s recipe. The dish was known as “country captain” at that time. In 1953, a chicken curry recipe was made to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation. The love Brits have for chicken curry and all kinds of curry has only grown! National Curried Chicken Day (also known as National Chicken Curry Day) is the perfect time to celebrate this delicious dish. National Curried Chicken Day falls in the middle of winter in northern hemisphere. This dish is a delight for the family and brings warmth to the table. These are some ideas to try: Those with a favorite Indian or curry restaurant will find an easy way to enjoy this day. You can either make a reservation ahead of time or simply go to the restaurant and ask for a table. You can order curried chicken with rice or naan bread and then enjoy the delicious dishes. National Curried Chicken Day will require many spices to make this dish. These spices could include ground coriander and cumin, black pepper, cinnamon, black olives, cloves, mustard, and cloves. These spices bring out the wonderful flavors of chicken curry.

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