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Posted by on Feb 2, 2012 in Chicken Recipes | 0 comments

Coriander chicken/ Dhone Patay Murgi Bhuna

Coriander chicken/ Dhone Patay Murgi Bhuna

One very responsible lady asked me about the basic difference between Indian cuisine and Bangladeshi Cuisine. I gave her an answer but it gives me the thought. What is the basic difference? I find that basic difference is the use of onion. Bangladeshi gravy is onion paste base. Ingredients: • 1 chicken curry cut(size 10) • 2 tablespoon onion paste • 1 tablespoon ginger paste • 1 tablespoon garlic • 2 tablespoon yogurt • ½ teaspoon turmeric powder • ½ teaspoon coriander powder • ½ teaspoon cumin • 1 bay leaf • 1 teaspoon sugar • 1/2 cup fresh coriander leaves chopped • Salt to taste • 4 tablespoon oil   How to make: 1. Mix 1 teaspoon salt and turmeric with chicken pieces. 2. Fry chicken pieces till it becomes brown and keep aside. 3. Add cumin in same oil. When cumin starts crackle, add rest of spices and yogurt except coriander leaves and sugar and cook it till oil is separated. 4. Add chicken and 1 cup water

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Posted by on Jan 22, 2012 in Chicken Recipes, Vegetables | 0 comments

Indian spinach with chicken breast /Pui Shaker Jhol

Indian spinach with chicken breast /Pui Shaker Jhol

Indian spinach with chicken breast /Pui Shaker Jhol By Rownak Jahan, January 22, 2012Prep Time: 12 minutes Cook time: 15 minutes Yield: Serve: 4 In Bangladesh I think that Indian spinach / pui shak is the most common leafy vegetables. There are two types of Indian spinach /pui shak. One is with green and other one is with red stem. You can check on the photos. But both of them are kind of same taste. We normally use prawn to cook it. But I found that chicken breast goes very well with it. If anyone wants to use prawn, recipe will be same. Ingredients: • 500 grams Indian spinach • 150 grams chicken breast • ½ medium onion sliced • 2 tablespoon coconut cream or ½ cup milk • ¼ turmeric powder • 3-4 green chillies sliced • 1 bay leaf • 2 tablespoon oil • ½ teaspoon sugar(optional) • Salt to taste       How to cook: 1. Remove the leaf from stem and cut stem into 1.5˝

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Posted by on Nov 4, 2011 in Appetizers, Chicken Recipes | 7 comments

Chicken Shashlik: Quick and Simple

Chicken Shashlik: Quick and Simple

Sometimes it will be hard to strict on authentic Bangladeshi recipe. I am begging apology for that. Today I am talking about chicken shashlik (my daughter’s favourite food ). Chicken shashlik  is very easy and simple recipe which is loved by kids or adult. Those kids, who don’t want to eat vegetables, use more colourful vegetables on skewer. I promise that they will eat and will want more. In any case of any shashlik or skewer or kebab stick remember that less is more. So we need very little amount of spice and marination. Pick the bright colour combination and same size of fresh ingredient for this. Ingredients: • 400 grams diced chicken breast fillet • ½ teaspoon ginger paste • ¼ teaspoon black pepper(powder or crushed) • ½ tablespoon vinegar • Diced tomato • Diced onion • Diced green or yellow capsicum(or carrot) • Salt to taste • 1 tablespoon oil Also needs skewers or toothpick. How to make: 1. Marinate chicken breast with ginger, black pepper, vinegar and

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Posted by on Oct 21, 2011 in Appetizers, Chicken Recipes | 2 comments

Simple Chicken snacks

Simple Chicken snacks

Popcorn Chicken When I first thought about this blog, I wanted to write only Bangladeshi food. But now I want to do some exception for kids. I want to share some simple snack recipes for them. I will use Panko bread crumbs in this recipe. Panko are Japanese style bread crumbs that stay light and crisp. You can easy get it from Asian shop or Asian section of super market. Ingredients: 300 grams chicken breast fillet ¼ cup plain flour ¼ cup self raising flour ¼ cup corn flour 1 tablespoon semolina/rice flour ½ teaspoon chilli powder(optional) ½ teaspoon crushed black pepper 1 teaspoon salt Panko bread crumbs Oil for deep fry How to make: 1. Cut the fillet into bite size pieces. Keep the pieces dry. We don’t want any excess water there. Even you can use paper towel to dry them. And add ½ teaspoon salt to them. 2. Make batter with rest of the things except bread crumbs adding little bit less than ½ cup of water. 3.

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