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[/text-with-icon][vc_column_text]↪3 ozs butter
↪6 tbs cooking oil
↪750gms – 1kg chicken
↪1 tbs freshly crushed garlic
↪1 tbs freshly crushed ginger
↪4 medium finely chopped fresh tomatoes
↪1½ tsp salt (or to taste)
Roasted dry masala;
↪Add 2 tsp dry coriander,
↪2 tsp cumin,
↪1 tsp black pepper,
↪4-5 red chilli whole,
To Roast :
In a frying pan add Red Chilli Whole first followed by peppercorns,dry coriander and black cumin in the end..when they are roasted well, coarsely grind them
↪1 tsp garam masala
↪1 cup low fat yoghurt
↪2 tbs dry methi (fenugreek)
↪1 tbs finely sliced (or grated) fresh garlic
↪6 tbs freshly sliced green coriander[/vc_column_text][image_with_animation image_url=”3098″ animation=”Grow In” img_link_large=”yes” img_link_target=”_self” alignment=”center”][vc_text_separator title=”Directions” title_align=”separator_align_center”][vc_column_text]↪In a small bowl add the salt, roasted and grounded coriander, cumin, ground black pepper, REdchilli whole and garam masala – dry masala mixture.
Wash the chicken pieces in cold water and drain.
↪Place the butter and oil in a non-stick pan, when butter melts add half the chicken pieces and fry on full heat until chicken turns a golden brown, remove into a dish, fry the second half of the chicken and remove.
↪In the remaining oil and butter mixture, add ginger and garlic fry for two minutes, then add the tomatoes, and Half the dry masala mixture.
↪Mix well and add a cup of water, cook covered until the liquids from the mixture dry up and the mixture is bhunofy (oil separates). Keep stirring from time to time so mixture doesn’t stick.
↪Add chicken and stir in yoghurt, cook on medium heat and bhunofy again.
↪Add the remaining dry roasted masala mixture
↪Add 2 tbs dry methi (fenugreek) and the freshly sliced garlic
↪Mix well, cook covered for 5 mins on very low heat, add the thinly sliced ginger, garnish with freshly sliced green coriander
↪You can eat it with Rice, naan or anything ![/vc_column_text][image_with_animation image_url=”3098″ animation=”Fade In From Bottom” img_link_large=”yes” img_link_target=”_self”][vc_text_separator title=”Bon Appetit! ” title_align=”separator_align_center”][vc_column_text]Recipe by Luffa
Luffa is a young passionate teenager who enjoys cooking and does it as a hobby. Stay tuned for more recipes from this young and budding chef![/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]