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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Ministerial Khoya Chicken

NDTV Goodtimes is one of my favourite television channels. And though I'm not a v.regular TV watcher, when I do, this is one of the very few Indian television channels which I find entertaining without falling prey to yellow journalism, cheap publicity or the saas-bahu-rural belle sagas!

Quite some time back, I dont remember on which show, I'd come across this food show where celebrity chefs cook up a meal and during that particular episode it was Renuka Chowdhury's turn. The dish sounded simple and looked great and the culmination of the myriad subtle flavours just had to make this chicken dish delicious !

But khoya not being a regular feature in my kitchen, somehow the recipe never got made, till the other day, when I had left over khoya after making the pantua.


Ingredients:
Chicken – 1 kg cut into medium sized pieces

Onion- finely sliced – 2 small or 1 large
ginger-garlic paste – 1-2 tbspn
Haldi/turmeric - a pinch
Khoya - 250gm (See procedure of previous post)
Curd about 250gm
green chillies slit coriander - finely chopped – a large bunch coconut milk – milk from a medium sized coconut salt - to taste
Oil

Procedure:
1. Heat oil in a wok and fry the onions till pink & transparent.
2. Add the ginger-garlic paste and cook.
3. Add the chillies, chicken and turmeric. Stir well on medium flame. Cover and cook for about 10 minutes or till the chicken is golden brown in colour.
4.Add the curd and the khoya. Stir again.
5. Sprinkle ¾ th of the chopped coriander and mix well.
6. Continue cooking till the chicken is almost done.
7. Pour in the coconut milk and stir. Cook for 5-6 minutes.
8. Garnish with coriander leaves.
Serve with steamed rice, Roti, Paratha, Naan.

It was finger licking delicious indeed!!


14 comments:

Ushnish Ghosh said...

Dear Sharmistha
Ministerial dish!!!! It looks like a prime minieterial dish...
This dish is so new to me... I am going to try it moment I am back ...
Bhalo theko , khub ranna koro ...recipe post korte bhulona kintu
ushnishda

SGD said...

Yet was new to me too....
khoya ta chhara baki shob simple ingredients!

PreeOccupied said...

Dish'er naam ta ki cute. Dekhte - o- bhalo laagche. Kintu aami ki kore banayi ekhane? Khoya pava jaye na je. I will have to look for it in the Indian stores where we go only once a month.

sayantani said...

Sharmistha, acha tomar blog ta age kano dekhini boloto? ami to khub blog hop kori kintu aaj amar purono post e tomar akta comment dekhlam. ki bhalo bhalo recipe tomar...aar sange jibhe jal ana sab chhobi. khub bhalo laglo aar ebare ghano ghano asbo chhobi dekhe dekhe mone swad metate.

khoya chicken khub notun recipe. ami to chicken khaina tabe kono party te banale super hit habe seta chhobi dekhei bujhte parchi.

Babli said...

Khoya chicken ta dekhe to jibhe jol eshe gelo. Darun dish r thanks ekta notun recipe r jonno. Dekhte jemon sundor hoyechhe kheteo sheirokom darun hobe.

sangeeta said...

Lolz on ' Prime ministerial ' qouted by Ushnish..
I love NDTV good times too and it has been a constant in my life for many years now ...the other channel is Discovery Travel n Living....

The chicken recipe is definitely great...

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Lve COOK a DOODLE DO, so so cute:-)))

And love NDTV good times too, this is delicious:-))Yummy truly:-)

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Smita Srivastava said...

Looks so yummy n inviting !! loved ur previous recipe too !!

-Smita
http://littlefoodjunction.blogspot.com/

Chetana Suvarna Ganatra said...

Hi SGD (Sharmila..picked up fm the comments abv)
Came across ur wonderful site...tis is such a fabs recipe...guess the khoya does de trick.
BTW fm kangarooland a cook(although a trained chef) cum food blogger.
Chetana
www.myrecipegalore.blogspot.com

s said...

very nice. I will give this a try.

Karla said...

Good stuff here. I've been enjoying what I've been reading!

Lavern Owie said...

hands down for this very mouth watering recipe. i really like this. thank you very much for sharing this. i love the photos but makes me crave now. huhu

Rush said...

Ofcourse i remember you...its so nice to see you after a longtime in the blogworld. Memoirs is nomore open for business ;)...i don't blog in it anymore, Prisha's blog has gained exclusive rights on my time these days.
Congrats on being a mommy again..this is awesome, if u ever get a chance mail me pictures of ur cute family....would love to see u gals together!

Rush said...

back to blogging again..cool, would love to try some recipes of urs..lekin u know, the crunch in time!!!
if u ever get a chance, post some recipes which we could give our little munchkins and then make some slight changes so that we can have too!!