Today being Sunday want to try some spicy chicken, also some thing different from my usual style...then i remembered an Andhra style chicken roast from one of the blog i follow, so went and searched for the recipe and prepared it for our lunch.
Yeah its a hit, we loved it and the freshly dry roasted masala smells great and added a special touch to the recipe. henceforth this recipe will be going to be in my regular menu..
Now i am seriously thing to invite some guest just to make them taste all the new recipes which i learned recently...Yeah! all these things happened just because of my blog baby.
It gives me immense pleasure when some one appreciate me for my cooking :), as most of them says,
Yes, Cooking is like a meditation which brings down all my worries and makes me float in cloud.
Recipe Source: Nalini's kitchen
Chicken - 300 gms
Onion - 2 Nos. Medium size.
Tomato - 1 No. Medium size
Turmeric - 1/4 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil - 1 tbsp (as required)
Chilly powder - 1 tsp
Coriander powder - 2 tsp
Ginger Garlic Paste - 2 tsp.
Fennel seeds - 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves - 1 tbsp
To Dry Roast and Grind to Powder:
Fennel seeds - 1 tsp
Jeera - 1 tsp
Pepper - 1 tsp
Poppy Seeds - 1 tsp
Clean the chicken and add turmeric, salt and keep it aside.
As given above dry roast and grind the ingredients in third section ingredients.
Finely Chop Onions and tomatoes.
Heat a Pan, add oil and temper with Fennel seeds and curry leaves.
Add the Onions, saute well for few seconds.
Add Ginger garlic paste saute until the raw smell goes and add the tomatoes.
Once the tomato get cooked well and the chilly powder and coriander powder.
Saute for few seconds and add Chicken and required amount of water to get the chicken cooked.
Ensure not to add excess water just 1/2 glass is enough for 300 gms.
Close the lid and cook it in slow fire.
Once it got cooked add the dry roasted masala.
And allow the chicken to cook without lid so that the water gets evaporates.
Once it reaches the required consistency, switch off and serve.
Note: Dry roasted powder is to be added as per your spice level, i have added 2 teaspoon.
It tastes great with rice and any tiffen item.