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Monday, December 3, 2007

Pepper Chicken In a Coconut Gravy

I don't know about others, but i really like the flavor of coconut. Heres a chicken recipe i found while surfing which seems really yummy..

Ingredients :
2-2.5 pounds of chicken cut into pieces
3 tbsp of pepper powder
3-4 flakes of garlic paste
A small piece of ginger paste
Some dry coconut
unsalted butter
A few sticks of cinnamon.
Some cloves
A few cardomom seeds
2 small tomatoes
2-3 tsp coriander powder
2 Medium onions
1 tsp chilli powder
A little haldi powder
1 tsp cumin seeds powder Coriander leaves to garnish
Salt to taste

Method :

Smear 2 tbsp of pepper powder and salt on the chickenpieces.

Pierce the with a fork and let the chicken marinate for a few hours.

Heat some butter (you can also use oil!)in a pan and fry the chicken pieces one by one.

Not deep fry, just like frying onions. Keep the fried chicken pieces aside.

In the same oil (butter) you used to fry the chicken, now fry the sliced onions, cardomom, ginger, garlic, cloves and cinammon.
When the onions are brown, add the coriander powder, chilli powder, haldi, cumin powder and fry for 1½ minutes.
Add the coconut and tomatoes and keep frying. Do not add water.

Now add the remaining pepper powder (around 1 tbsp) and fry for a minute.

Now add water, enough to get a thick paste. Drop the fried chicken pieces into the gravy and you can add water to make it into a thin gravy.
Add salt to taste. Boil for 10 minutes, till chicken is well mixed with the pepper masala.

Garnish with coriander leaves. Eat hot with rice and enjoy.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

good one...really nice.