30/05/2013

Chicken Ghee Roast

I had no idea how good this item was. We had first tasted this in a restaurant at Bangalore called Coast to Coast and we became a huge fan of it. We always wanted to eat more and more even though we were full. When I got married and moved to Singapore i felt bad as I was not able to have any more ghee roasts. So my husband bought some ghee roast ready made masala from a shop in mangalore. I prepared it once but was not satisfied. Therefore, I collected the ingredients information from the wrapper and some ingredients that my mom had suggested and few extra of my own. Finally after several tries now my husband has become a huge fan of my ghee roast and says that it is better than the restaurants one. My next goal is to make everybody eat this and allow them to decide if it is really that great !!. You try it and let me know :)

NOTE : One can also try this with vegetables like baby corn,  baby potatoes. mushroom and any other vegetables of your wish instead of chicken. Gives you almost the same taste.


NOTE : Number of chilies depend on how spicy they are. I am using 12 as mine are not very spicy

Time Taken : 30 Minutes

Yield : 3-4 servings


Chicken Ghee Roast
Chicken Ghee Roast

Ingredients:

To be grinded  :
Red Chillies12 nos
Jeera / Cumin Seeds1 tblsp
Onion
Ginger / Adarak1 inch
Garlic / Lasun5-6 Cloves
Cardomom / ilayaci1
cinnamom / dalacini2 inch
black pepper  balls / Kali Mirch4-5
Clove / lavang3-4

Others:
Ghee / Butter4-5 tblsp
Saltas needed

Marinate :
Boneless Chicken (Optional)300 gms
Tumeric Powder / Haldi1/2 tsp
Salt1 tsp
Curd2 tsp

Cut the chicken into small pieces irrespective of boneless or with bone. Marinate the chicken with the above mentioned ingredients for 1 hr.


Method :

  1. Make a paste of above mentioned ingredients.

      2.  In a pan, add 2 tblsp of butter.
      3.  Add the grinded paste, salt.
      4.  Once it boils and starts to leave oil, add marinated chicken into it.
      5.  Fry until chicken leaves oil.
      6.  Add half glass water and leave for 15-20 mints on low flame by closing the lid.
      7.  Check if chicken is boiled. If boiled and has water content into it  then put your gas on              high flame until all the water evaporates.
       8.  If chicken is half boiled and has no water content into it then add little water.
       9.  Once all the water is evaporated and chicken is boiled. Add 2 tbsp of butter into it and mix.





     10.  Switch off the gas and decorate with coriander leaves if needed.
Chicken Ghee Roast
Chicken Ghee Roast

3 comments:

  1. Thanks Rakshi...... Look forward for more of such posts... :)

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  2. Hi Raksha,

    Welcome to the blogging world and keep up the good work!!!!!!!I am prathiba from "the indian food court".

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