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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Spicy Indian Chicken Curry


                        Always wish to try and give a new taste to our normal chicken curries.. Just passed through this recipe posted by one of the members 'Princy Eby' of  'Ammachiyude Adukkala'(a famous group in facebook). Her picture also was perfect to make us feel to try out this dish. I think even the preparation was interesting as there were many steps to be incorporated together. Do each thing differently and just add it together and cook for sometime. It is an easy process.




                       However the process is, the flavor was just amazing. Even while I was cooking, it I felt sure about the taste as the aroma had that guarantee ! The freshness of  garam masala, the pureed tomatoes & the semi fried chickens which were just so adorable. Do take the same amount of all ingredients please. Let's see how it goes..

                       For a party night, do prepare this different chicken curry and make them ask you the recipe. You will feel delighted ... I know that feeling ... So who wants my favorite leg piece..?



Ingredients (to roast and grind)

1. Cardamom/Elakka/Elaichi - 4
2. Cloves/ Grambu - 4
3. Cinnamon/ Patta -3
4. Fennel seeds/ perum jeerakam - 1 tsp


Ingredients (to make masala paste)

5. Garlic - 3 pods
6. Ginger - 1 tbsp (chopped)
7. Turmeric powder- 1tsp
8. Coriander powder - 3 tbsp
9. Chilly powder - 1 1/2 tbsp


Ingredients (to marinate chicken)

10. Chicken - 1 kg
11. Salt - 1 tsp
12. Turmeric powder - 1 tsp
13. Freshly squeezed lemon juice - of 1 lemon


Ingredients

14. Tomato - 3 (big)
15. Onion - 3 (big)
16. Nuts - 25 - 30 
17. Coriander leaves - 1 tbsp (chopped)

Preparation (of different process invloved)

~Marinate chicken pieces with salt, turmeric powder & lemon juice for atleast one hour.


~Meanwhile slightly roast the garam masala ingredients from 1 to 4 & grind them to a powder and keep aside.


~Cut tomatoes into two pieces each & cook it with 1 cup water until they become mushy enough. (press with spoon in between. Cook with closed lid)
~Let the mushy tomatoes cool & remove the skin with your finger tips.


~Grind all the ingredients from 5 to 9 with 1/ 2 cup water to make a masala paste and keep aside.
~Heat a fry pan with 1/4th of oil and semi fry the chicken pieces. (both sides) and keep aside.


~Grind the cashew nut to a powder add little water  & grind again and make a paste and keep aside.


Preparation (of curry)

~Heat 1 tbsp oil & saute the onions.
~Add the masala paste which have been grinded (ginger, garlic and powders) and salt and mix well.
~Add the semi- fried chicken along with pureed tomatoes & freshly grinded garam masala and 1 and half cup of water.


~Mix well and cook in high flame with closed lid.
~When the chicken is half cooked, add the nuts paste & combine well.
~Check the taste and adjust chilly powder and salt according to your taste.
~When the gravy thickens up, reduce the flame and add coriander leaves and remove from flame.


8 comments:

  1. You know I already liked it and commented over at the facebook group. But had to leave a comment here too. Beautiful clicks Sajina.

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  2. Superb, Sajina... Especially the step wise photos and descriptions are very helpful...Great work...

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  3. Wow I want to appreciate your effort on sharing this post. How much amount of oil did you add?

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  4. I like the semi fried chicken pieces with spicy curries. It gives me pleasure and rich taste. I wish if something super indian dessert recipes accompany this then it will be privileged for me.

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  5. lovely clicks and very tempting curry sajina ...

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