Baked Chicken Gravy

Baked Chicken Gravy
Since everyone in my family are chicken lovers-I always like to try new recipes to improve the taste of the normal chicken curry with a lot of spices. This was my hubby's creation and it tasted very good as we try out with briyani and it was really so delicious. At the end I was left with just a piece of drumstick...it just vanished:)


For the Paste:
2 cups chopped shallots
2tbsp ginger garlic paste
1 bunch chopped corinader leaves
1 bunch chopped mint leaves
3 green chillies
1tsp turmeric powder
1tsp poppy seeds
1tsp fennel seeds
1tsp nutmeg powder
1tsp salt

Add 2tbsp ghee to wok and roast all the ingredient til fragrant and grind to a paste once cool and keep aside.

2 tomatoes chopped
2tbsp curry masala
2tbsp chicken masala
1tsp gram masala
1tsp chillie powder
1tbsp coriander powder.

Add another 2tbsp ghee and saute the tomatoes til tender followed by all the spice powder.Fry them until the oil starts to separate- then add the grind masala, Saute til they turn to brown and set aside.Spicy masala paste is ready.

2 packet chicken drumstick
1 cup chopped onions
a sprig curry leaves
1tsp mustard seeds
1tsp cumin seeds
1 cinnamon stick
salt to taste

Preparation Methods:

Wash the drumstick and pat dry on kitchen towel. Slit the drum stick and arrange then in a baking dish. Pour the masala paste and mix and mix well.Refrigerate overnight or two days before actual cooking. This way the drumstick will soak up the masala paste well. Add 2tbsp oil to a skillet t and splutter the curry leaves,mustard seeds,cumin seeds and cinnamon sticks followed by the chopped onions.

Saute until the turn slightly brown.Remove from flame and add the the marinate chicken drumstick and bake for 45 minutes at 400 °F.Remove from oven and mix them well and bake for a another 45 minutes at 300°F.

Comments

Sashi said…
Finger licking Chicken gravy !! baked chicken gravy sounds delighted since I love baked chicken !!

Please grad the award I have shared with u here. My hearty wishes to receive more Sara, Congrats !!
Akal's Saappadu said…
the recipe method sounds new and delicious Sara!! your hubbby has done a wonderful job, must have been great with the briyani !!!
Cool Lassi(e) said…
very delightful and unique recipe. Never seen or heard about this before. Bookmarking it for a try out!
Sashi said…
Sorry, that link is not working, so posting it once again. Award Link
Mona said…
wow, thats a wonderful creation.
Pedhakka said…
Your blog has a neat look !! Like your collection !!!
Vrinda said…
Nice n healthy chicken recipe...looks yumm
Shama Nagarajan said…
delicious recipe....tempting
Tina said…
Looks delicious and tempting...
Sarah Naveen said…
Wonderful recipe..and Oh My the chicken looks awesome with all the gravy....i wanna gobble up the entire thing now )..yummy!!
Sushma Mallya said…
Interesting dish, never made chicken this way,surely must be yummy
Sashi said…
Yes Saras, I'm from Kongunadu, Erode.
Viki's Kitchen said…
Very tempting chicken recipe . with all that shallot and baking I can imagine the flavor n taste. Ippidi aasai kaattalama pa?
Pavithra said…
Sema super recipe.. I am dumb struck
SathyaSridhar said…
Sara,,,baked chicken sounds great dear n i cant believe this it came out perfect like gravy,,its a very healthy option of eating chicken after baking dear,,,
Priya said…
Baked chicken luks healthy and yummy..pls collect the award from my blog..
Saras...unga blog pathale pasi yeridum ennaku...u make really tempting dishes...
Oh This is looking so yummy and spicy !! Seems to be very tasteful !!Unseen Rajasthan
Dershana said…
very interesting recipe, saraswathi. you must be glad you have a hubby who loves cooking :-)
Gulmohar said…
Awesome..Never thought of making gravy like this..thanks Saras
wow, chicken looks delicious... nice recipe...
Sometime my hubby gives excellent ideas and they turn out to be great. This is such one recipe of his..thanks for encouraging comments girls:)

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