Achari Murgh

Spicy and hot Chicken - cooked in spicy North Indian style

Achari Murgh

Spicy and hot Chicken - cooked in spicy North Indian style

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Chicken

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By DR.RAJESH EAPEN

Published On: 26 Sep 2006

Rating: 5
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30 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Mix the onion, fennel, cumin, mustard and fenugreek seeds, red chilly powder, turmeric powder and salt together in a bowl.

Step 2

Take out about 3 tsp in another small bowl and mix with the lime juice.

Step 3

Wash, pat dry and slit the green chillies and remove the seeds.

Step 4

Fill the chillies with the spice and lime juice mix and keep aside.

Step 5

Heat oil in a pan.

Step 6

Add the remaining spice mix.

Step 7

Allow to splutter and then add the onions and fry till golden.

Step 8

Add the chicken and fry till sealed.

Step 9

Add the ginger and garlic pastes and fry for a minute.

Step 10

Whisk the yoghurt to make it smooth and add it to the chicken. Stir well.

Step 11

Add salt to taste, stir well.

Step 12

Put the stuffed green chillies on top of the chicken and cover the dish.

Step 13

Cook till the chicken is done.

Step 14

:- Serve with hot chappathis, parathas or naan.

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nithyaraju90

Excellent..

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amins kumar

Really good recipe!!!Simply loved it.

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shiva arora

it is one of the mouth watering recipe,and everyone should try this. i have become a regular eater of this dish.

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Saby

Great recipe!!! My family just loved it.Everyone should try this dish.

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surya

it was fantastic

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