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Simple Fried Chicken

Starter
10 servings
15 min
30 min
45 min
Very Easy
This SIMPLE FRIED CHICKEN aka SFC is a super easy starter. Just a whole chicken and few spices. With kids around we have to think of simple cooking tips to spend more time having fun with them as well as concentrate on your work if you are working from home. Try it out!

Ingredients

Number of serving: 10

Ingredients:

One whole Chicken- Approximately 1.25 kgs(cut in small cubes)

Ginger- Garlic Paste- 2 tbspn

Chilly Powder- 1 tbspn

Turmeric Powder- 1 tspn

Garam Masala Powder/ Pilau Masala- 1 tbspn

Thick Curd/ Plain Yoghurt/ Maziwa Lala- 1 tbspn

Corn Flour- 4 Tbspn

Oil- 1 Ltr(Frying)

Preparation

  • 1. Toss in all the ingredients except corn flour in a bowl and mix gently to make sure all the ingredients get coated well along the chicken cubes.
  • 2. Let the chicken cubes to sit for 30 minutes.
  • 3. After 30 minutes heat the oil in a frying pan. In the meanwhile add the corn flour and coat the chicken cubes. Corn flour is used here to make the chicken crispy.
  • 4. When the oil is hot enough, fry the chicken cubes at medium heat until the cubes turn golden brown.



    To add more nutritional value you can add sesame seeds along with the chicken cubes and fry. I have used pan fried curry leaves to garnish. You can use the same or chopped chives/cilantro.

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