40 Chilly Chicken Curry

Very hot n spicy chilly chicken curry

40 Chilly Chicken Curry

Very hot n spicy chilly chicken curry

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Chicken

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By Sapna Nair(pachakam...

Published On: 11 Dec 2002

Rating: 4
24 Votes, 21 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 5
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Dry roast the cumin seeds, fennel and coriander together and then grind with the drained chillies.

Step 2

Mix the ground spices with ginger, lemon juice and salt in a bowl.

Step 3

Chop chicken into bite size pieces.

Step 4

Add chicken into the bowl and mix with half the marinade thoroughly.

Step 5

Cover and refrigerate overnight. Keep the rest of the marinade in the fridge as well.

Step 6

Heat oil in a steep sided pan or wok. You¦ll need at least 1 inch of oil in bottom of pan.

Step 7

Fry chicken pieces (covered in marinade) a few at a time, do not overcrowd. Chicken should take only a few minutes to cook and will be dark golden brown on outside, white and juicy on the inside.

Step 8

Allow each batch to drain on kitchen paper and allow oil to re-heat before next batch.

Step 9

You can keep chicken warm in a low oven until all is ready.

Step 10

Heat 4 tbsp of oil in a deep skillet.

Step 11

Put curry leaves, stir and add onions.

Step 12

SautT onions till transparent (yellow-golden).

Step 13

Add the rest of the marinade and water.

Step 14

Add salt and bring it to full boil. Keep stirring occasionally.

Step 15

Add green chillies and continue boiling for about 30 seconds. Remove from heat.

Step 16

Add the fried chicken pieces and mix well.

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Mrs. Pramodini S. Pillai

We really enjoyed with a different recipe. Thanks!

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Nitin Monga

One of the best recipes i have found. though i have made a little change in the recipe. i add coconut milk and little bit of cream in it. also puree of one tomato. but an excellent excellent recipe. MUST TRY.

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Kevin Chirakkekaran

The recipe was really mouth watering. I cant stop eating I hope minnu also like

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femi

i would like to know how you take ginger as 8 numbers. usually its taken as inches i guess

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girl from birmingham

40 CHILLIES!!!! Man if anyone wants to burn their tongue plz try it

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Anand

Awesome!!!!! I just reduced the no of dry chillies... and still it was spicy..... and delicious

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Uma

Hi. This dish sounds delicious. But for those who do not like their dishes too spicy, how many chillies would you recommend fo very mild spiciness.

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rasiyaanis

verytastyand yummy

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josmi

good with chappati

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Leah Anand

WOW ! I rarely like something so much. My husband and I are spice freaks. We both loved it.

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rasiyaanis

very very tasty

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Syafiqa

I think everyone should try 2 cook this dish. It is delicious. tHanks!

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ammu

The recipe was really mouth watering. Thank you- I`d say everyone must give this dish a tryy. Ammu

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Satish

Very good. I loved it. Thanks

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Andy

Fantastic ! Everyone must try cooking this dish. Thank-you so much for this recipe :-)

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Anitha

It was excellent. I love spicy dishes and this was an apt dish for me My family also enjoyed it and appreciated me. Thank You for that.

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Salini.Jayadeep

good one ; my husband enjoyed it.

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jayanth

We did not try this as mum was afraid to use 40 kollamulaku.... Are you sure that the quantity mentioned is correct???

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Anju Shyam

I tried this particular recipie.Came out very well.My childred enjoyed it very much

DavidDid you use 40 chillies as mentioned in recipe??

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devi shyam

it was very tasty . every body enjoyed

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Raji N

This is very nice. thanks

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