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Chicken 'n' Robed
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Ingredients

Raw cleaned Chicken legs - 4 pieces
Onions - 4 medium
Garlic - 3 bulbs
Ginger - 50 gms
Curry Leaves - Fresh; 10 small branches
                       (about 50 leaf)
Gram Masala Pwdr -2 tea spoons
Black pepper Pwdr - 3 tea spoons
Turmeric Pwdr -1 tea spoons
Salt -1 tea spoon

Method

Grind the onions, garlic, ginger, curry leaves to a fine paste and add pepper powder, turmeric powder and salt and mix it very well. Cover the chicken leg pieces with this thick paste and keep it for a twenty minute period. Heat a table spoon of cooking oil on a shallow frying pan and put the enrobed pieces and fry on simmer till it get red brown and serve with onion rings.

Precaution: not even a hint of added water is to be added in the paste, to avoid
oil spilling while you fry.

Enjoy a South Indian chick fry.

2-Jul-2006
More by :  Davidbhai Jodhpurwala
 
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Article Comment Ten years passed and still going strong
David
05/21/2016
Article Comment Please use Coconut oil(Virgin) for frying
David V T
05/17/2016
 
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