Sunday, September 9, 2007

Kerala Chicken Fry



My family loves chicken fry. If it is fried chicken, it will vanish within no time! This authentic Kerala recipe has very less ingredients and is easy to prepare. You can smear the masala on the chicken pieces and even refrigerate them. Take out and fry them as and when you need it.

What you need:

Chicken pieces -1 kg
Coriander powder -1.5 tbsp
Chilly powder -1 tbsp
Turmeric powder -1\2 tsp
Ginger paste -2 tsp
Garlic paste -2 tsp
Curd -1.5 tbsp
Lime juice -2 tsp
Salt -to taste
Oil -for frying

Method:

Wash and squeeze the chicken pieces to make them dry. In a vessel, mix together the spice powders, ginger paste, garlic paste, curd, lime juice and salt. Add the chicken pieces and mix well. Keep it aside for an hour. Fry them in oil till golden brown. Serve them with pulao, rice or rotis.

12 comments:

Jeena said...

Lissie I love this chicken recipe,your picture looks so yum! Great post! :)

Bharathy said...

I love this fry...yours is close to the thattukada recipe...I love this!..

Padma said...

Nice chicken fry dear....good to go with plain rice too, I guess

Nags said...

we hardly make this at home cuz the oldies say it sticks in their teeth.. but we love it, my sis and me :D

kalakkiyittundu! where are u in blore? working?

Seena said...

I love all chicken dishes..me also fry like this..M wondering are we coming from same place?

Prajusha said...

hi
first time to ur blog.ur chicken fry looks delicious.

A kitchen scientist & a white rat hubby!!! said...

hi there, nice name for u blog.."salt n spice", to think about it, no single dish goes out well, without these two!!..and nice snap of the spices too

Lissie said...

thank you nags for dropping by! we stay in kalyan nagar. we have an architects firm, also into interior design and construction. are u also from bangalore?

Lissie said...
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Lissie said...

thank you kitchen scientist for your good comments about my blog name!

Lissie said...

thanx prajusha for visiting! glad to see somebody from singapore!!! my daughter is doing interior design degree course in singapore. i was there in july!

Shella said...

Lovely chicken Chechi. Makes me wanna pick up one right now.