Chicken Ghee Roast…Yummy!
A creative recipe of Chicken Roast, very easy to cook but tastes divine…! Try out great creative recipes in our new section Creativity in Kitchen.
It is very easy to cook but tastes divine…!
- 1 full chicken – cut into medium pieces – 1kg approx.
- Black pepper – 2 tbspn –coarsely ground.
- White pepper – 1 tbsp – powdered
- Curd – 1 and a half cup – whipped smoothly.
- Fresh coriander leaves (chopped) – a handful.
- Clarified butter from cow’s milk (Ghee) – 3 tbsp.
- Salt – to taste.
- Sugar – to taste.
Wash and pat-dry the chicken pieces with a kitchen towel. Whip the curd with a little salt and sugar.
Mix well the chicken pieces with whipped curd and white pepper powder. Keep aside for about an hour.
Heat ghee in a non-stick wok on medium flame.
Add a little coarsely ground black pepper.
After a minute add the chicken. Stir for a couple of minutes.
Cover with lid and keep cooking on low flame.
Add salt to taste and also a little of sugar if you like for balancing the taste.
Occasionally stir till the gravy dries up and the ghee shows up.
By this time check with a fork whether the chicken is cooked properly.
Remove lid and allow the gravy to dry up totally and a brownish colour coats the chicken pieces.
Add the remaining black pepper and stir. Take off from heat and add coriander leaves.
Best enjoy it with tomato-chili sauce and finger chips.
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