Many of the recipes we think of as being traditional Indian were really developed by Indian immigrants in Britain, especially in west London. If you go to India and ask for a "curry", they will look at you with either bewilderment or with disdain. This recipe for Butter Chicken is adapted from the Hounslow area restaurants I frequented when I lived in London. It's a great Indian-style recipe for children or for guests when you aren't sure how much "ethnic" food they enjoy. The curry is soft and warm and the tomato sauce is a recognizable and comforting element.
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