26 April 2013

KARAHI CHICKEN/CHICKEN CURRY IN SPICY GRAVY WITH GREEN BELL PEPPERS


I had some left over capsicum after using for bhel... And wanted to try capsicum and chicken combination for a long time... To tell u I never eat capsicum before, but after i tasted Thai cashew chicken with full of flavors, cubed capsicum and cashews
The recipe in it has lots of cashews and square shaped sautéed capsicum, dish looks so colorful with tri color capsicum, which tempted me to taste... It had a crisp flavor and tasted great with chicken... From then started using capsicum in my dishes...whenever mom makes chicken fried rice she adds green capsicum to it, I will pick out all the capsicum and eat the rest... And mom keeps telling me that it will taste nice with nice...Later accepted that she was correct...


Ingredients:

To marinate:
Chicken boneless- 200 grams(pounded)
Ginger Garlic paste - 1 tsp
Garam Masala - 1/3 tsp
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp

To Temper:
Oil - 1/2 tbs
Cumin seeds - 1/4 tsp
Bay leaf - 1

For Gravy:
Onion - 1
Tomato - 2
Green capsicum - 1/2(cube shaped)
Red chilly powder - 1/2 tsp
Coriander powder - 3/4 tsp
Tomato sauce - 1 tsp
Chopped coriander leaves - few
Salt - to taste

Method:

Pound the chicken boneless well cut in to small cubes and marinate with the ingredients under"To Marinate" set a said and leave for at least half an hour.

Take a kadai pour in oil and add the ingredients under "To Temper" and allow the cumin to pop up and add in chopped in onion and saute till light golden.

Then add ginger garlic paste and saute till raw smell leaves out,then add chopped tomato and tomato sauce and saute till the tomato are mushy.

Add in the powder spices and saute till oil leaves out and add in marinated chicken and saute well and cook the chicken closed for 20 mins in low flame.

Then add in the cubed green bell peppers and saute,cook for 2 mins and add in chopped coriander and give a quick stir.

Serve hot with chapatti or pulao and enjoy,each bite of capsicum and chicken.


Notes:

Don't skip to pound the chicken,it gives a juicy texture to chicken and prevents hardening of chicken,pounding is take a stone masher and hit the boneless thick piece to same level.

Then chicken i did was a dry one,if you want semi gravy just add in 1/3 cup of water and boil till semi gravy,and adjust the spice accordingly.

Don't saute the capsicum very soft try to retain its crunchiness.


Keep Smiling!:)

Revathi

41 comments:

  1. Simple delicious and lovely chicken dear. Very nice clicks and nicely explained. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Wow! This looks delicious Revathi :-)

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  3. iam drooling here:)awesome clicks..

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  4. would be very delicious with roti or naan.. very impressive..

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  5. You have really a nice blog Dear... Lovely collections of recipe...Nice clicks too...Happy to follow you..

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  6. Wow ! Looks soooooooo inviting !

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  7. Wow I love capsicum and when added to chicken it gives such a lovely taste.
    Yumm it looks.

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    1. Thanks latha try them out will taste great

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  8. Looks so inviting I can feel the taste :)

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  9. i also posted kadahi chicken yesterday...your looks more delicious..

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    1. Sure will have a drop to know abt the recipe...which i have been searching

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  10. Revathi,Karachi chicken looks really yummy feel like picking up the shiny capsicum.

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  11. great recipe..thanks for dropping by

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  12. Delicious !
    Lovely presentation..

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  13. Wonderful revathi...this is something new....loved your styling in the end with capsicum

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  14. Wow sounds like a super flavorful dish!

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  15. ds dish never looked so gud...really nce space..nice clicks...

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  16. Wow,delicious post,it makes me drool...:)

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