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Crispy Hot Sour Chicken In Spicy Coconut Sauce

Crispy Hot Sour Chicken In Spicy Coconut Sauce
Can you feel the total satisfaction after preparing a wonderful dish for your kids when they say "Mummy tht curry was so tasty and we want it everyday"? We normally feel overwhelmed by these small encouragement given by our loved ones esp the kids.These days, due to a busy schedule, my experiments in kitchen have reduced a lot.There are certain recipes which always remain our favorites and we can never be tired of cooking them over and over again. One such favorite recipe that I prepare very often and always becomes a big hit in my house and among friends too which is none other than CHICKEN :) My hubby used to say that I have a special touch in preparing chicken dishes.

Serving Size:4

1 cup plain flour
1/3 cup cornflour
1 egg white
1.5 cup water
2tsp grated lemon grid
1 cup boneless chicken fillets roughly chopped
plain flour extra
vegetable oil for frying
2tsp peanut oil
2 cloves garlic crushed
2tsp grated ginger
2 large onion sliced
1 large red pepper sliced
1/3 cup fresh lemon juice
2tbsp soy sauce
2tbsp tomato sauce
2tbsp spicy chili paste
chopped coriander leaves
1 cup coconut milk

Preparation Methods:
Sift the flour and cornflour into a bowl gradually stir in the egg white,water and rind;mixed to smooth batter. Toss the chicken fillets in extra flour,shake off excess flour and dip inn batter. Deep fry the chicken in batches until browned and tender, drain on absorbent paper. Heat peanut oil in wok. Add the garlic,ginger ,onions and red pepper: stir fry till tender.Add the sauces and lemon juice. Add the coconut milk -as it starts to boil add the chicken fillets and mix well. Transfer to server plate garnished with chopped coriander leaves.


Hi sara...nice to see u back after long time. The curry looks amazing.
Sushma Mallya said…
yummy :)...looks very good with all the peppers around:)
Priya Suresh said…
Slurp soo tempting and droolworthy dish..
Reva said…
This look so wonderful and the name of the recipe itself is so exotic...well done.First time here and your blog rocks...Kepp up the good work....glad to follow u.
divya said…
looks delicious and mouth-watering curry:)
Malar Gandhi said…
Wow...looks colorful and delicious...I luv all ur chicken dishes...superb
Torviewtoronto said…
delicious curry
first time here
following you
Namitha said…
Welcome back dear...Love chicken in coconut milk..and this looks wonderful !
Sarah Naveen said…
yummy yumm..i wanna have some now :)
dining tables said…
This is really a very nice dish you have here. I would love to try this one. Love all the colors.
Umm Mymoonah said…
I love Chinese style food, all Chinese recipe collection recipes looks so yummy.
Nancy said…
I don't have kids but I do love hearing those kind of wonderful encouraging and loving words from my husband. Your chicken looks so delicious, great recipe!

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