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Steamed Chicken Parcel

Steamed Chicken Parcel
Well yesterday I was browsing tru my friend's Dan's blog..her grilled chicken was so tempting and I wanted to try them was so simple without many spice. My hubby came up with this item of making steamed chicken in parcel which nothing but steaming the chicken pieces fold in aluminum foil. Instead of prepare Dan's Grilled Chicken I end up doing this dish..At first I was not sure how it will taste but it was so deciduous and perfectly cooked... Enjoy preparing this dish and shared it with your loved ones pals...

Serving Size:4

6 chicken drumsticks
salt and pepper to taste- accord lying to your taste
2tbsp chilli powder
4tbsp lime juice
1/4 cup beaten curd

Preparation Methods:
Wash the chicken well and split across the chicken. Then in a large bowl add 2tsp taste(i used only this amt for the recipe) and 4tbsp grounder pepper powder,chilli powder. lime juice and the curd. Whisk well and add the chicken drumstick. Mix well and cover and refrigerate overnight.

Coat a tava with 2tbsp oil and fry the chicken drumstick 10 minutes on each sides just get the slightly browned texture.
Cut the aluminum foil into six even rectangular shape. Place the chicken on the foil and pour over 1 spoonful of the marinate and warp it up.

Pour enough water in a pressure cooker and cook the chicken for just one whistle. Remove and serve hot with chopped coriander leaves.


Anonymous said…
Similar to Chinese Chicken Wrap using baking paper....
I got the idea from that dish but ingredients are different...Chinese Chicken Wrap has wine,soya sauce and honey..there is none in this recipe
Anonymous said…
its very gud recepie

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