I love Indian food and earlier this year I got brave enough to attempt to make it at home. And it actually turned out great. Better than great. So good that when I hosted another girls’ night, people requested Indian food. So I decided to attempt this slow-cooker chicken tikka masala. And it was so good that after said girls’ night, a friend has since made the recipe three times. Now that’s a good recipe!
You can follow the step-by-step instructions at the Tasty Kitchen blog. And I want to warn you: This is a more labor intensive slow-cooker recipe than most. There’s a little prep-time required, but it is totally worth it.
I wasn’t able to find boneless chicken thighs, so I just threw the chicken thighs in whole (bones and all) and at the end of the day removed the bones and shredded the meat.
Serve with basmati rice, naan & cilantro (forgot to put the cilantro out for serving – whoops!)… and enjoy!
Print the recipe.