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Spicy Chicken With Dried Chillies

Spicy Chicken With Dried Chillies 
Just trust me on this folks-If you can cook anything can be fixed up to fill up hungry tummies even at late nights or early morning. Well doing nothing sometimes has its own purpose that is not life that is complicated but we that makes it so. It's well know fact that I'm a chicken lover and cooking keeps me in the air as it nourish my kids and family but i'll have to admit that I cook for purely selfish reason- I just happen to fell in love with cooking and wants to try out new recipes. Anyway these stir-fried chicken dinner isn't so much as highly addictive drug but when mixed with dried chillies something will unleash in your brain that's one part pleasure and one part glorious pain--yes guys it's super spicy believe me!! Don't be deterred by the amount of dried chilies in this recipe. The chillies add a wonderful flavor and just a hint of heat. The ginger adds another dimension to this dish and really compliments the dried chillies. And are not supposed to eat the chillies, but  sometimes we do it as a dare!

Serving Size: 4 Persons
1 cup chopped chicken
1tbsp ginger garlic paste
3tbsp minced garlic
1/2 cup dried chillies broken to pieces
1tbsp soy sauce 
1tsp garam masala
2tbsp chopped coriander leaves
1tbsp pepper powder
salt to taste

Preparation Methods:
Add the ginger garlic paste with little salt to the chopped chicken and mixed well. Keep in fridge for 3 hours or for sometime. Heat a heavy bottom wok with oil and saute the minced garlic til slightly brown followed by the dried chilles. Fry well and then add the chicken. Cook for 10 minutes then add the garam masala, soy sauce and the pepper powder.  Saute well and cover occasionally checking until the chicken becomes tender. Add the chopped coriander and adjust the level of salt. If you want :-add more pepper powder. Transfer to serving dish and enjoy with fried rice...



Unknown said…
wow i love this version of looks too good to me!!
divya said…
Very beautiful and yummy...

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