March 9, 2015

Chicken Pepper Fry

     Being a beginner in cooking and eating non-veg items, me started trying new non-veg dishes at home. I should say this is one among them. Yes, i looted this recipe from my mom who is a big chef in all non-veg items (Shame on me is it :P) Actually she use to prepare this using Kaadai/Quail so thought why i shouldn't try this using Chicken. So, tried it and now its for your views.


ALL YOU NEED:
Chicken 1/4 kg
Capsicum 1/4 cup
Coriander Leaf 1/2 cup
Turmeric Powder Pinch
Green Chilly 1 No.
Fennel Seeds 1/2 spoon
Curry Leaf 1 Twig
Mustard 1/2 spoon
Salt To Taste
Oil 1 spoon

To Roast and Grind:
Shallots 6 Nos.
Fennel Seeds 1/2 spoon
Cinnamon 1/2 inch
Cardamom 1 No.
Garlic 4 cloves
Ginger 1 inch
Pepper 1 spoon
Cloves 3 Nos.
Oil 1 spoon

METHOD:
     Roast and grind ingredients under "To Roast and Grind" to a fine paste and keep aside. Keep a pan, heat spoon of oil, add mustard, once it cracks, add fennel seeds and pour the grinded mixture, turmeric powder and pinch of salt, saute it for 1 mins. Now add the chicken pieces and sprinkle some water, cover the pan with lid, let it be in flame until the chicken and raw smell goes off. Once done, take off the lid, let the flame in simmer, dry roast the chicken by adding capsicum (its purely optional), when it becomes dry, adjust with salt and add chopped coriander leaf, curry leaf and slited chilly. Saute it until you get the nice aroma of curry leaf and green chilly. All done. Serve with Roti or hot steamed rice.

Note: If you need some gravy, you can add coconut along with shallots while roasting.

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

4 comments:

Maha Gadde said...

yummy yummy...want to taste it..

padma veeranki said...

Hi!...Got to know you through a guest post in mahaslovelyhome...Nice to know you:)
Loved the recipe...anything peppery is my favourite:)
Hope to see you sometime soon in my space:)
www.masalakorb.com

Chandni Kumari said...

Awesome!! Nice food at affordable price!!!nice blog and thanku for this chowringhee in satya niketan

Ayshwarya Singh said...

It is such a nice and explained in details, which is very easy to understandable and also helpful for all. thanks for sharing.
chowringhee satya niketan

March 9, 2015

Chicken Pepper Fry

     Being a beginner in cooking and eating non-veg items, me started trying new non-veg dishes at home. I should say this is one among them. Yes, i looted this recipe from my mom who is a big chef in all non-veg items (Shame on me is it :P) Actually she use to prepare this using Kaadai/Quail so thought why i shouldn't try this using Chicken. So, tried it and now its for your views.


ALL YOU NEED:
Chicken 1/4 kg
Capsicum 1/4 cup
Coriander Leaf 1/2 cup
Turmeric Powder Pinch
Green Chilly 1 No.
Fennel Seeds 1/2 spoon
Curry Leaf 1 Twig
Mustard 1/2 spoon
Salt To Taste
Oil 1 spoon

To Roast and Grind:
Shallots 6 Nos.
Fennel Seeds 1/2 spoon
Cinnamon 1/2 inch
Cardamom 1 No.
Garlic 4 cloves
Ginger 1 inch
Pepper 1 spoon
Cloves 3 Nos.
Oil 1 spoon

METHOD:
     Roast and grind ingredients under "To Roast and Grind" to a fine paste and keep aside. Keep a pan, heat spoon of oil, add mustard, once it cracks, add fennel seeds and pour the grinded mixture, turmeric powder and pinch of salt, saute it for 1 mins. Now add the chicken pieces and sprinkle some water, cover the pan with lid, let it be in flame until the chicken and raw smell goes off. Once done, take off the lid, let the flame in simmer, dry roast the chicken by adding capsicum (its purely optional), when it becomes dry, adjust with salt and add chopped coriander leaf, curry leaf and slited chilly. Saute it until you get the nice aroma of curry leaf and green chilly. All done. Serve with Roti or hot steamed rice.

Note: If you need some gravy, you can add coconut along with shallots while roasting.

♬ Sangeetha♡Nambi ♬

4 comments:

Maha Gadde said...

yummy yummy...want to taste it..

padma veeranki said...

Hi!...Got to know you through a guest post in mahaslovelyhome...Nice to know you:)
Loved the recipe...anything peppery is my favourite:)
Hope to see you sometime soon in my space:)
www.masalakorb.com

Chandni Kumari said...

Awesome!! Nice food at affordable price!!!nice blog and thanku for this chowringhee in satya niketan

Ayshwarya Singh said...

It is such a nice and explained in details, which is very easy to understandable and also helpful for all. thanks for sharing.
chowringhee satya niketan