I went to a "Pampered Chef" party a few weeks ago, and this is what the demonstrator made for us to show off all the equipment. I don't have the actual recipe, so this is my version. It serves six.
1 large onion chopped very finely
1 or 2 cloves garlic, crushed
1 teaspoon or so of finely chopped fresh ginger
1 small chilli, finely chopped
cook these in a bit of oil until the onion is taking on a nice pale brown colour. Then add
some curry paste; 2 teaspoons of medium tikka paste is what I used
2 chicken breasts, cut into smallish pieces.
any vegetable you are planning to add - a red pepper maybe, or cauliflower, or whatever
cook this until the chicken is cooked (so if you have pre-cooked the chicken, you can just stir it about a bit)
1 tin coconut milk
1 tin chopped tomatoes
1 tin drained chickpeas
simmer over a low heat to finish cooking the chicken and reduce the liquid a bit. Check the seasoning and serve with rice.
I'm not great at sticking to recipes, or at having all the right ingredients. The last time I made it, I used too much curry paste, to the curry was very fiery, and didn't have any coconut milk. Luckily I had some creme fraiche in the fridge when took some of the heat out of the curry and made it nice and creamy.