February 7, 2011

Spicy Chicken Masala

     This is termed as my special post. Why b'cos 1. My third NV recipe 2. My 1st chicken recipe and 3. The most and best one is, my hubby played a very big role to do this recipe. Y he helped me suddenly ?? Its cos, usually i dont like Non-Veg items. Only after my pregnancy, i started having NVs and even now when i prepare such items, i'll make myself to eat it forcefully. Reason behind is of handling raw chicken pieces and the smell which comes out :( So he said, he'll help me out so that i can like the new dish atmost. Actually the preparation chart tells that 90% contribution is my hubby and 10% is myself. Better i can tell, this is completely prepared by my Hubby. :) Check out our new try.



INGREDIENTS
Chicken pieces - 1/2 Kg
Chopped Onion - 3 Nos.
Chopped Tomato - 2 Nos.
Green chilly - 1
Curry Leaf - 1 Twig
Ginger Garlic Paste - 2 Spoons
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Salt - To taste
Oil - To fry

To Grind:
Coriander Seeds - 1 cup
Red Chilly - 7 Nos.
Pepper - 1 spoon
Cumin Seeds - 1 spoon
Cloves - 6 Nos.
Cinnamon - 2 Nos.
Cardomon - 1 or 2 Nos.
Coconut - 5 Pieces
Fry the above items (except coconut) without adding oil, until the raw smell goes. Taste and aroma of this recipe is fully based on the deep fry i.e needs to be fried more than 15 mins in simmer. Cool it and grind the items with coconut pieces by adding half a glass of water.

METHOD:
     Keep a pan, pour a spoon of oil, add chopped onion, curry leaf, ginger garlic paste and pinch of salt, saute it for 5 mins. Then add chopped tomato and turmeric powder, fry it for a while. Then add chicken pieces and mix with the fried items, pour a glass of water, allow it to cook for 5 mins. Than add grinded items, mix thoroughly with the chicken pieces, allow it to boil in simmer by closing with lid. Once boiled, put off the flame and garnish with chopped corainder leaves.

3 comments:

Suja Sugathan said...

Looks super delicious,spicy and aromatic chicken.

Reva said...

ooohhhh!!!! my favourite chicken curry... yummy looking... I am feeling hungry just by looking at it..
Reva

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Suja, Reva:Oh Really ??? Come to my home, will prepare & serve for u :)

February 7, 2011

Spicy Chicken Masala

     This is termed as my special post. Why b'cos 1. My third NV recipe 2. My 1st chicken recipe and 3. The most and best one is, my hubby played a very big role to do this recipe. Y he helped me suddenly ?? Its cos, usually i dont like Non-Veg items. Only after my pregnancy, i started having NVs and even now when i prepare such items, i'll make myself to eat it forcefully. Reason behind is of handling raw chicken pieces and the smell which comes out :( So he said, he'll help me out so that i can like the new dish atmost. Actually the preparation chart tells that 90% contribution is my hubby and 10% is myself. Better i can tell, this is completely prepared by my Hubby. :) Check out our new try.



INGREDIENTS
Chicken pieces - 1/2 Kg
Chopped Onion - 3 Nos.
Chopped Tomato - 2 Nos.
Green chilly - 1
Curry Leaf - 1 Twig
Ginger Garlic Paste - 2 Spoons
Turmeric Powder - Pinch
Salt - To taste
Oil - To fry

To Grind:
Coriander Seeds - 1 cup
Red Chilly - 7 Nos.
Pepper - 1 spoon
Cumin Seeds - 1 spoon
Cloves - 6 Nos.
Cinnamon - 2 Nos.
Cardomon - 1 or 2 Nos.
Coconut - 5 Pieces
Fry the above items (except coconut) without adding oil, until the raw smell goes. Taste and aroma of this recipe is fully based on the deep fry i.e needs to be fried more than 15 mins in simmer. Cool it and grind the items with coconut pieces by adding half a glass of water.

METHOD:
     Keep a pan, pour a spoon of oil, add chopped onion, curry leaf, ginger garlic paste and pinch of salt, saute it for 5 mins. Then add chopped tomato and turmeric powder, fry it for a while. Then add chicken pieces and mix with the fried items, pour a glass of water, allow it to cook for 5 mins. Than add grinded items, mix thoroughly with the chicken pieces, allow it to boil in simmer by closing with lid. Once boiled, put off the flame and garnish with chopped corainder leaves.

3 comments:

Suja Sugathan said...

Looks super delicious,spicy and aromatic chicken.

Reva said...

ooohhhh!!!! my favourite chicken curry... yummy looking... I am feeling hungry just by looking at it..
Reva

Sangeetha Nambi said...

@Suja, Reva:Oh Really ??? Come to my home, will prepare & serve for u :)