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Thursday, June 22, 2006

First Non-Veg Post: Chilli Chicken

Chicken is the most common non-vegeterain dish. If a person is non-veg means we take it for granted that he/she eats chicken..thats the popularity. There are numerous varieties that can be done with chicken. Even chicken curry can be done in many ways esp in india and depends on where you live like kerala chicken curry,mughalai chicken,chicken masala,butter chicken etc.. Sometimes i confuse seeing the masalas available at grocery stores for chicken. No matter how you prepare the chicken itself is delicious.

Chilli Chicken: Great Appetizer


Chilli chicken

Ingredients:
Boneless Chicken-250 gms
Egg -1
Cornstarch-3 tbsp
Ginger Garlic paste-2 tbsp
Salt and chilli powder(according to your taste)
Soy sauce- 2 tbsp
Chilli Garlic sauce- 2 tbsp
Masala ppowder-1 tbsp
Stir fry vegetables- Onions,Chillies,Capsicums,Brocolli,Red Bell pepper and so on

Preparation:

1. Clean and cut the chicken into meduim size peices(about 2 inches long).
2. Beat egg thoroughly.
3. Add ginger garlic paste,salt,chilli powder, 1 tbsp soysauce,2 tbsp cornstarch and egg mixture to the chicken pieces and marinate for 1 hour.
4. Heat up the kadai(Wok) and add enough oil. For non-veg dishes oil usage should be liberal( i learnt from my mil and sister).
Now add marinated chicken pieces and fry until the chicken pieces becomes crisp and turn into nice golden color.
5.Add remaining cornstarch,soysauce,chilli garlic sauce and fry for some more time.
6.Adjust the salt and chilli powder.
7. Take out the chicken pieces and in the same wok add onions,chillies and vegetables and stir fry them.
8. Now transfer the chicken pieces into the wok and mix with vegetables.
9. Serve hot the chilli chicken.

Note: Here you can substitue cornstarch with cornflour
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4 Comments:

Blogger Sumitha said...

wow Sudha,a simple dish,I have to try it!The photo looks so tempting!

10:48 AM

 
Anonymous sailaja said...

That's a very appetizing picture and recipe, Sudha.

7:55 AM

 
Blogger sudha said...

Thanks shibu and sailaja...
We also liked this dish.

10:21 AM

 
Anonymous Pamela said...

Sounds delicious, I definately will try this!

6:17 AM

 

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