Sometimes the children get exasperated eating chicken prepared in the same cooking style. At that juncture I turn to the internet,hoping desperately to find an easy recipe to satiate their taste buds. However one particular day my eldest daughter came home from college and said that her Indian classmate had brought some snacks for the them to relish during their break time.As she had really enjoyed every bite of it,she was very eager to try making it at home. She was however told to refer the internet for assistance.The recipe was too complicated for her to comprehend fully. And she passed the task over to me .Nevertheless I took up the challenge to recreate this dish. But then again, to start with,I had to do a Google search to get an idea how it looked like .Eventually I found an appealing one that caught my attention and inevitably was drawn toward the recipe.The instructions were quite simple and everything else fell into place .This recipe is sans gravy and could be eaten as a snack. In my first attempt,I made it according to the instructions.Thereafter I decided to put my own twist to it.I added much more than what was called for in the recipe .
I marinated and fried the chicken according to the recipe -chicken 65 in the video via you tube.Once that was done I started playing with my senses to prepare the gravy.I sautéed an onion in a little oil, added ginger/garlic and cooked till the aroma was released.Then mixed in some spices like,curry powder and garam ( about ½ teaspoon each).Next step was to add a diced tomato and about 2 tablespoons of tomato paste and cook further.Finally a cup of yoghurt was stirred in to get a thick consistency of gravy.
Let me stop blabbering and lead you to the recipe courtesy of you tube. Chicken 65-
the dish may look appealing but doesn't it sound intriguing ??
I made this for a potluck gathering with friends
|Made with great labour of love|