Saturday, March 19, 2011

EASY CHICKEN STIR FRY/ DESI STYLE
















This is a very simple to cook and tasty desi style chicken fry...It goes well with rice,chapathies , parottas or bread, with some salad as side dish.. The dish does not contain any tomatoes,but the best flavour is brought out by adding vinegar..Just try it and enjoy the difference... Another plus point is that if you keep some chicken fried this way in the fridge, you can easily transform it into a delicious desi style curry by adding some maggi coconut milk.. For this purpose dissolve 4 heaped tablspoons of Maggi cococnut milk powder into 16 oz of warm water and bring it slowly to a boil..(measurement for 1.400 kgs of fried chicken) Add the chicken fried this way, into this, stir well and simmer for some time till the gravy is no longer runny, but thick.. However it should not be of a coating consistency, but thick enough...Then only will it taste yummy.. Pls try to make a curry this way and enjoy the delicious flavour and taste...It is really scrumptious and goes well with rice, rotis, bread ,palappams ,velleppams,idiyappams etc....ENJOYYY!

INGREDIENTS:-

1) Chicken cut into medium sized pieces--1.400 kgs(washed well with water and little vinegar)

2)Onions sliced--6 large ones
3)Green chillies chopped--2
4)Cardamom, cinnamon and cloves--a few each
5)Coriander powder--4 heaped table spoons
6)Kashmiri chilli powder--1/2 tblsp or less if you prefer
7)Turmeric powder--1/2 tsp
8)Pepper powder--1/2 tsp slightly heaped
9)Garam masala powder--1/2 tsp heaped
10) salt
11) Ginger chopped fine--3 heaped tblsp
12)Garlic chopped --3 heaped tblsp
13)Vinegar-1 tblsp
14)Curry leaves--2 large sprigs.
15) Oil--1/2 cup
METHOD:-Heat the oil in a large deep frying pan and fry the spices cardamom, cinnamon and cloves.. Put the sliced onions, chopped ginger,garlic and green chillies.. Stir fry till everything turns light brown and oil starts to seperate slightly...Now add the powders , salt and curry leaves.. Stir fry till the raw smell disapappers and the masalas are fried well and oil starts to seperate again.. Now add the vinegar ,chicken pieces and mix everything well.. Do not add any water.. Stir the chicken for some time ,about 5 mnts and cover the vessel..Let cook over medium slow fire. stirring now and then..When cooked well, remove the lid and stir fry for some more time till slightly dry and dark brown as you see in the picture.....Serve with rice or roti and salad.





23 comments:

  1. Slurp,fingerlicking chicken curry, makes me hungry..

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  2. Yumm, truly inviting and tempting..

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  3. ha ha adipoli kanditu kazhikkan tonnunu...kuttie evide noyambanu kshemaye parekschikkaruthu. pic also superb

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  4. wow..looks good...yummmmmmm..
    first time here....u hv a lovely space with awesome recipes....visit mine as time permits
    sanyukta
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  5. Adipoli recipe analo Mini, very easy, i will try for sure tto..

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  6. My most fvrt dish..thanks dear..and I have yet another lovely blog award for you in my blog...

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  7. thank you all so much for visiting my blog and posting such lovely comments:)...and jaisyyyy,,ithokke kandu pidichu nilkumbozhanu sharikum noyambakunnathu:):):)..dieting evide vareayi?

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  8. there sits one of my fave chicken preparations...and yes, dry chicken with maggi coconut milk powder gravy is coool, alle?? noimbooo...pogan para haha.
    i'm flying to kerala on sat..

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  10. I love what you've done with your food blog! The recipes look delicious!!!! I need to update my blog! CHEERS! Michele

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  12. Incredible preparation, love chicken in all forms...spicy and tempting:)

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  13. the ingredients look yummy.. I love spicy food.. Mostly you will find me cooking with ready made masalas.. :P so I will have to dig in to find if I have all the spices you are using in this recipe tomorrow morning and I would give it a try..
    Thanks for sharing
    Love
    Hani

    http://www.craftionary.blogspot.com

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  14. wow.. spicy chicken.. love the color..

    New to your space n Happy to follow you..

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  15. Good one Mini. I totally agree with you on vinegar changing the flavor and it is quite refreshing compared to the usual onion, tomato combo.

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  16. Thanks for visiting my blog and for your lovely comment.
    I liked your blog very much. I appreciate for your wonderful presentation. Chicken fry looks yummy and tempting.

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    I love your blog!

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