Today i am going to share fried chicken curry recipe with u dear friends .. Snaps didn`t come out well like i said in the earlier post .. Hope u will understand 🙂
Chicken -1 kg( cut into small pieces)
Garam masala powder-1/2tsp
Small onion -15
Tomato -2 small (chopped)
Curry leaves -2strings
Coriander leaves -1/4cup
Mint leaves -very small amount
Coconut pieces (nalikera kothu)-few
Kashmiri chilly powder-11/2tsp
Take small onion ,ginger ,garlic and green chilly..Crush them and keep them aside .
Marinate chicken with the ingredients mentioned above and keep that aside for minimum half an hour .
After that heat oil in a deep bottomed kadai .
Fry the marinated chicken .fry till 3/4th stage
Keep fried chicken a side
Heat 3tbsp of coconut oil or any other oil of ur choice .
Fry the coconut pieces .
Add the crushed small onion-ginger-garlic -green chilly mix and saute them ..
Then add the sliced big onion,curry leaves,coriander leaves ,mint leaves and saute them along with the onion mix
Saute them till it become brown in colour
Now add chilly powder ,turmeric powder,garam masala powder and pepper powder one by one
Saute them till its raw smell goes
Add tomato to the masala and cook well ..
Now u can see the oil coming out from the masala .
Its time to add the fried chicken to the masala .
Mix the fried chicken with masala and add 2 cup of water .
Check the salt
Close the kadai and cook the chicken in a low flame
Cook till the chicken become soft
Now open the kadai and allow the gravy to become semi medium thick(as the chicken is fried it wont take much time to cook fully)
So the chicken curry is ready to serve .
Transfer the curry to the serving bowl
Decorate with curry leaves
Its a great combination with ghee rice
Click the link below to view the printable version
Wow..adipoli look..mutta vachu marinate cheyyane ayttu adyayitta kekane..tatse must be really different n cool..:)
photos are good too dear..dont worry..and the curry looks so tempting that i feel like coming to you jus now..lovely.
Wow superb recipe. Adding curry leaves and coconut is new to me. will try this out some time…
I too love ur blog. My mouth is burning now after eating ur spicy chicken.
Ur Varutha Koli is special dish for the New year from you. Can I come to ur house for a chat and then smell the aroma of ur kitchen and finsih all this dish? And I’ll wish you and ur family a very Happy New Year 2009. I know you’ll not allow me to enter ur house if I want to come on 2010. He he he……… Nice Joke for New Year, Right? Wink?
Pic looks good to me.
Love the chicken.
Would love to have this for my sunday lunch or dinner
Varsha ..Thanks dear ..try and tell me k ..
Lubna ..we are using coconut oil to get authentic kerala taste …
Ann …u r saying like this coz u love me 😉 he he …..thanks da..
Rajee ..yea come home ..will def make this chicken curry for u ….i have updated rice noodles..check it ok…
Happy Cook ..
thats really great to hear ..anyway try and let me knw the result 🙂
coconut oil give a treditional touch to the curry and currey leaves will give anice aroma and totaly this curry looks so yummy beautiful click and thank you so much for visiting my blog and a sweet comment
Veena chechiiii…fots r gud dear..dont worry ok…chicken looks adipoli nd attractive….sharikkum kothiyavununde..
Needless to say that it was TASTY!!!!
I ate it did’nt i??At ur place!!!
YUMMY….YUMMY….Hey…daaa..the pic looks really good eh!
Will havta try this very soon…..
Well, nw that i have all of ur Kitchen at my fingertips…alll the more easy for me…..thanx darlin!!!
YEAAAAAAHHHHH…Perfect combi for Ghee Rice!!!!!KUDUS to u!!!
Hi Rekha …
Thank u so much for the sweet words..
Tina kutty …happy to hear that ..
Sunus…yea try this b4 i am going to kerala
chechise.. if tis photo aint good, i wonder how much i am gonna drool wen u find a photo u feel gud enuf!! 🙂 mis the curry leaf decoration!
Nice recipe!! So do you grind the fried coconut pieces or just leave it as it is in the gravy? Thanks
Hi neha ..
Thanks a lot for ur lovely comment..yea no need to grind ..just leave it like that only …we want the nice aroma of coconut (when fried)
Veena sweetheart…u wud’nt want to hear this!!!!
guess what?!??!?…was feelin very very nostalgic without u here….was missin u like hell….finally i decided to make this Varutha kozhi curry!!!Nw hear this!!!it was soooooo yummy..soooo delicious….soooooo mouthwaterin……sooooooo …soooooo….sooooo…tastier than ur’s!..hehehehahahaah
my Benji ate it as if his stomach was bottomless..so did Bijoe…..
thanx darlin…..see hw much iam missin u!!!!
Veena fried chicken looks spicy and yummy. Great clicks. By the way thanks for stopping by. Your blog looks cool too. I’ll be happy to visit your blog very often.
Love this blog I’ll be back when I have more time.
Hi I got to know ur blog from a friend of mine and was asked to prepare this dish for her ..will let u know it tasty btw u got a really tempting blog esp ur chicken recipe..will try all them..keep the good work friend..if u got time pls check out my blog and give ur comments too..would appreciated if u sign in too..
it really taste very good but a bit spicy for my family..thanks for sharing it with us…
I came to know about your blog from my friend…
I am checking this for the first time…loved all your recipes….
Will try out the recipes as soon as possible…. 🙂
chechy…it was good…yummy..
chechi fried chicken is mouth watering i tried it yesterday abhi appreciate me a lot thank u so much for the recipe
Thank u Veena dear..
Thank U Anu…its very nice to knw tht u r trying my recipes ..exp chicken 🙂
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VEENA THANK YOU FOR YOUR RECIPE
I was searching for this type of chicken curry. But i think you have forgot mentioning about coriander powder, or is it not required? If it’s required please mention the quantity too.
By the way, can you mention the ingredients of the garam masala used in this particular recipe?