Slow cooker meals have now entered our regular dinner rotation. There’s no denying the convenience of a slow cooler meal, especially with that little renovation we’re working on. With the hustle and bustle of this season, I think a slow cooker meal is perfect for everyone.
I first made this recipe almost a year ago and have made it a few times since then. I’m happy to report that Clara has enjoyed it every single time and with good reason. It’s one of my favorite slow cooker meals to date. It’s rich and comforting, qualities that are welcome this time of year (even though it’s weirdly warm here today).
I can’t speak to the authenticity of this dish, but I can tell you it’s incredibly gratifying to eat. It’s heavily spiced, and I love that the flavors are more intense than some other slow cooker recipes I’ve tried. This recipe uses chicken thighs, which just fall apart after cooking. Served over a bed of cumin seed rice, this tikka masala is a dinner that I will happily eat again and again.