Caribbean Curry Chicken made with the Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ™ ~ #NinjaDeliciousDoneEasy #NinjaPartner


The holidays are always a joyous occasion, however this year has been the exception. For the past couple of days I've been in a funk. For those who may not know, this is my 2nd year without both parents, and all I've been thinking about is heading to the Caribbean to sleep in the bed that I slept in for many years before migrating to the US. I want to experience Christmas on the islands one more time and eat authentic Caribbean food, especially a nice ole Caribbean Curry Chicken. After taking a look at airline prices, I came to the realization that it's not going to happen. So what do you do you're unable to make it "home"? You improvise! Thankfully my new Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ came to my rescue.

This post was created in partnership with Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ™. I received complimentary products and compensation to facilitate my review, but all opinions within are my own.


Let me tell you about my Ninja Cooking System with Auto-iQ. If you don't currently own one, I suggest you get one ASAP. This is going to revolutionize the way you cook and prepare meals. Talk about a lifesaver. This is 4 appliances built right into one.

Here is what you can expect to receive.

A slow cooker: However, compared to traditional slow cookers that only heats from the side, you'll appreciate the fact that Ninja’s Triple Fusion Heat® brings bottom, side, and steam heat together for easy one-pot meals.

A stove top: Your cooking system has an innovative heating element that turns it into a skillet so you can sear meats and sauté vegetables in one pot.

A steamer: Now you can steam your veggies or even seafood perfectly!

An oven: You heard me right! An oven! You can control the temperature range from 250°–425°F allowing you to dry bake roasts, breads, cakes and so much more!

I have been experimenting with my multi cooker, and I call it a multi cooker because of all that it can do. Once you open your box and take out your Ninja Cooking System with Auto-iQ from it's packaging, you also receive a cookbook filled with recipes to guide you on your journey to cooking amazing meals that will shock and awe your family. With more than 80 pre-programmed recipes, all you have to do is select your recipe number, add your ingredients and let your Auto-iQ™ do the rest for you. There is also so much to choose from. Whether it's a layered bowl, quick meals, grains or poached infusions, the choice is yours.


I almost forgot to mention that your Ninja Cooking System with Auto-iQ comes with a 6-quart nonstick dishwasher-safe pot, glass lid with handle and a steaming/roasting rack. It also automatically keeps your food warm and has a programmable digital timer.

However, with that big of a pot I decided to put it to the test. In my recipe book on page 45, I noticed that there was a quick recipe for "Chicken Curry". It was very similar to our Caribbean Curry Chicken, but for a few ingredients, and of course if you're from the Caribbean and truly want authentic Caribbean Chicken Curry, then you need to also add potatoes. I also have a rather big family and I wanted to see if this would be able to handle what I dished out, and I have to say that it really did! I'm really impressed and it takes A LOT to impress me.

I'm going to share my authentic Caribbean Curry Chicken recipe with you and you too can make it in your Ninja Cooking System with Auto-iQ. It's a variation of the recipe found on page 45 in the cookbook.

Caribbean Curry Chicken

Ingredients

Family pack of drumsticks
1 onion, peeled and sliced
2 cloves garlic, peeled and chopped
3 tablespoons curry powder
1 packet Goya sazon
1 cup chicken stock
1 cup full fat coconut milk
2 teaspoon salt
6 large potatoes peeled and thinly chopped
Ninja Cooking System with Auto-iQ

Directions:

1. To get the real flavor of your curry on your chicken, it's best to season your chicken with the onion, garlic, curry powder and sazon preferably overnight.

2. Place all your ingredients into the pot. Stir to combine then cover pot.

3. Select Auto-IQ Quick Meals: Recipe 21 and press the START/STOP button.

4. Serve with white or brown rice.

I've uploaded a video showing my process that you can take a look at, but it's so simple that you don't even need it.


While I haven't tried all the functions as yet, you can be sure that I am going to. As a matter of fact my husband has already gone through the recipe book and has designated a few recipes that he insists I need to make, one of them being the Lobster Ravioli in Vodka Sauce. Doesn't that sound delish? You're going to love the Ninja Cooking System with Auto-iQ as much as I do!

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Want to win your very own Ninja Cooking System with Auto-iQ? Then enter the giveaway below. Twenty (20) winners will be randomly selected and will each receive one (1) Ninja Cooking System with Auto-iQ. Giveaway ends December 31st.

Winners will be randomly selected from all program entries and Ninja will facilitate fulfillment of the 20 winning prizes.


Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ™ Giveaway


If you don't want to wait to see if you win, or if you want to gift one for the holidays, then use my code ANNMARIE15 to receive 15% off your very own Ninja® Cooking System with Auto-iQ™ – good from now until December 31st. This way you'll be able to give my Caribbean Curry Chicken a try before the holidays.

For additional recipe and usage inspiration, as well as information on where to buy, visit www.ninjakitchen.com.


34 comments

  1. Looks easy enough to make. I caved and bought an Instant Pot a few months back. Wonder if I can try this recipe in my Instant Pot. Will have to try and thanks for sharing :)

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  2. Wow! This curry chicken looks amazing! I never knew Ninja made a cooking system, just food processors!

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  3. This looks delicious. I love curry chicken. I had no idea that Ninja made a cooking appliance I had only ever heard of their blenders and food processors. I think I'm going to have to look into getting one of these. The oven setting makes me excited.

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  4. This!Wow!The Ninja Cooking system has touched my soul. I want this pot in my kitchen and I am definitely going to enter this competition.

    PS: I am sorry about how you are feeling especially that you cant even effort to go home. Hugs

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  5. That Ninja system is so versatile, you could cook anything in that. That curry chicken recipe looks so good and I know everyone would love that for a hot meal this season.

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  6. It's about time I get a Ninja product for my kitchen! I've heard such wonderful things about their line. Also, can we just talk about how delicious your chicken curry looks?!

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  7. Looks super easy! Love the preprogrammed recipes already on the machine. Great concept

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  8. YUM!! I have never had curry chicken but this looks amazing. I must try this recipe and OMG that Ninja cooking system is the bomdiggty. I totally want one fro Christmas or any time really.

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  9. That's amazing that the Ninja also acts as an oven. That really is multi-functioning. Over the years, I've had friends who've lived in very small apartments without a full kitchen. This would make a fantastic gift for someone like that.

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  10. It's nice to make dishes when you miss home. It's almost like you're there. I hope you have a lovely Christmas this year with your family in the US. This recipe sounds so good, I really like simple ones with loads of flavor! We all need this Ninja Cooking system in our lives!

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  11. This is pretty cool! I've been wondering about these- since I am a fan of Ninja products- and I'm all about things that will make it EASY for me to get dinner on the table! The curry chicken recipe sounds delicious as well-- glad to see you sharing your roots with all of us!

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  12. I can't imagine Christmas without my dad. My mom passed away in 2007, and holidays are always hard. I couldn't imagine it without my dad too. This dish sounds so tasty!

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  13. The Ninja sounds like a great product. I think the dinner looks amazing and I love your Christmas china!

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  14. I never heard of this kitchen tool before but it sounds amazing! The dish you made with it looks absolutely delicious and looks ke something my family would love to eat! Shell

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  15. Then ninja looks like a great cooking tool. I so need to look into this, your recipe looks delicious!

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  16. This recipe looks delicious! I had no idea that Ninja made more than blenders either! Now I feel like I totally need this because I love my ninja blender.,

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  17. Mm.. the potatoes.
    Sad about the flight prices, but I'm glad you found a way to help feel like home. As you know, we have this same cooking system and the chili I made last week was so great and had leftovers for the week.

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  18. I really like Ninja products, but haven't tried this one out. I like that you can cook food in many different ways by using just one appliance.

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  19. Wow this looks like an amazing recipe and this Ninja cooking system looks perfect! Here's to you bringing the Caribbean home with you in your heart for the holidays!

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  20. It's awesome you are finding ways to bring home to you during the holiday seasons. It's hard to adjust when you are forced to. This sounds delicious and I have never heard of the Ninja cooking system before.

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  21. This Ninja system looks great. I had no idea it also had an oven setting. How nice for when you need more than one.

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  22. Wow I had never seen something like this before. I can't believe it also lets you control the temperature.

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  23. Yum! Looking at this pictures is making me hungry.. I love curry chicken!

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  24. Yum, this looks so delicious! I love anything with cranberry, will be giving this a try!

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  25. My hubby is from the islands and he'd love to take me and the boys there someday. I'm sure he'd appreciate this as a gift because he loves making curry chicken.

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  26. I am really intrigued by the ninja cooking system! This recipe sounds delicious! My husband would love it!

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  27. This is such an original combination. Sounds super yummy and I love Ninja products!

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  28. The Ninja looks awesome! How did I not know about this before today?! I definitely am adding this to my holiday wish list and your recipe looks incredible.

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  29. my family would love this recipe! it would be perfect for this week!

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  30. Angela Ricardo BetheaDecember 18, 2017 at 10:54 PM

    That caribbean chicken looks so delicious! I want to try this and serve to my family on holidays.

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  31. I have a Ninja blender that i just love. It came with extra smoothie cups which are so great in the morning. It seems like the brand is great at coming up with dual purpose products, and this cooking system sounds like another one of their fabulous must have tools.

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  32. What a fantastic recipe, Annmarie & a wonderful gadget. Might look into getting myself a Ninja blender during post-Christmas sales :)

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  33. Oh my gosh this looks like such a great recipe and very easy to make. I might have to check out more of this ninja blender. Thank you!

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  34. Wait it also works as an oven?!?! I need this asap, I am all for easy cooking.

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