Ricky Bynight’s Butter Chicken- A sure fire way to get laid

We’ve all heard about the expression that says the best way to man’s heart is through his stomach. For the most part this is true, with guys around the world forgetting all about the annoying stuff once they taste, said mooiness’ pecan pie. I have an argument that the exact same is true for guys wishing to win over the interests of a mooiness who is clearly out their league.

If you can perform wonders in the kitchen, chances are that you’ll be rewarded with equally impressive feats behind closed doors in the bedroom. To help all the guys (and mooiness) out there I am going to share my special Butter Chicken recipe with you. I’m fairly proud of it and I can guarantee that you’ll impress everyone with its very authentic taste.  It’s very easy to make and also not the most expensive meal to put together.


500g Chicken Fillets (cubed is best, but you can get away with strips as well if you’re too lazy)

100g Salted Butter

2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil

1 Large Onion (finely chopped)

1 Tablespoon Garlic & Ginger paste

2 Heaped Tablespoons of Butter Chicken Spice (Any pre-mix spice box should be good)

250ml Bulgarian Yoghurt

125 ml Fresh cream

1 Teaspoon Tomato Paste

1 heaped teaspoon Peri Peri powder (leave this out if you don’t like the heat at all- I find it gives the butter chicken the extra goodness that it needs)


1. Pop the butter into a pot along with the chicken pieces and stir fry them until they start to change colour (to a whitish vibe). Remove the chicken and butter from the pot and set aside- you’ll be adding them again later to cook through properly.

2. Add the chopped onion and olive oil to the pot and braise it until it goes golden brown (they still need to have a little bit of crunch to them).

3. Next up add the garlic and ginger paste, Peri Peri spice and Butter Chicken Spice mix. Braise the mixture for 2-3 minutes to get the flavours going.

4. Add the yoghurt, cream and tomato paste and cook it until the sauce thickens (around 5 minutes).

5. Add the chicken pieces and simmer on a low heat for around 15 minutes

6. Serve with freshly chopped coriander and basmati rice or my personal fave roti.

When you need to impress this is a sure fire way to get things going your way.

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    1. Anyone who doesn’t feel like going through the effort of making the spice fresh…

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