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Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Special Chicken Fry - My Recipe

Unexpected Special Guest at home..??
don't you have time and ingredients to think and work on big or complicated recipes..??
Here is an easy way out..!!
You can Make this special chicken fry in thick red semi gravy in not more than 20 minutes and that too with minimum ingredients.
Trust me.. its yummy... Try it out and let me know your suggestions. well, you can suggest a name also for this recipe.


*FYI - Photo is not Mine ;)

  1. Chicken (with bone) – ½ kg
  2. Kashmiri Chilli powder – 3 Tb spoon
  3. Coconut oil – 4 Tb Spoon
  4. Tomato Sauce – 2 teaspoon
  5. Curry leave – 2 sprigs
  6. Salt – to taste
  7. Coriander leaves to garnish

Mix chilli powder, coconut oil and salt well with washed chicken pieces in a non-stick pan. Keep it on high flame for 5 minutes and then low flame till chicken gets properly cooked. Add tomato sauce to this and stir well. Cook on low flame for 2-3 minutes. Add curry leaves, mix it with the dish well and switch off the flame. Keep the pan closed with a lid for 5 minutes. Scrummy red chicken fry with an alluring aroma is ready to be served with any Indian breads or rotis after garnishing with coriander leaves




6 comments:

The lazy excogitator said...

Try cheythittu parayaamttoo....vayarinu pani kittillalloo?? u already tried it out right? :P

arifa said...

saucy chicken?

Phayas AbdulRahman said...

yeah yeah.. good try cheythittu parayanam ketto..? :) @TheLAzyExcogitator

Phayas AbdulRahman said...

yeah.. anganem parayaannu thonnunnu.. but its thick gravy and we r using just 2 spoons of tomato sauce.. :)

ariyathe said...

Won't the tomato sauce make it too sweet?? #doubtdoubt

Phayas AbdulRahman said...

its only 2 Tea Spoons dear.. try it.. it tastes different. :)@ariyathe

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