Chicken Curry For Breakfast

Side dish for beakfast with dosa, appam, idiappam

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Chicken Curry For Breakfast

Side dish for beakfast with dosa, appam, idiappam

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Chicken

By mary david

Published On: 20 Nov 2006

Rating: 3
12 Votes, 3 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 4
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Step 1

Marinate the cleaned chicken pieces with ginger-garlic paste and keep aside for 30 minutes.

Step 2

Make a paste with the green chillies.

Step 3

Mix together the curd, green chilly paste, pepper powder, chilly powder,coriander leaves and salt and apply this paste on the chicken pieces. Keep aside for one hour.

Step 4

Heat the oil in a pressure cooker.

Step 5

Splutter mustard seeds.

Step 6

Add the sliced onions and fry till slightly brown.

Step 7

Add the chicken to this along with the diced potatoes and enough water to stay slightly above the chicken and mix well.

Step 8

Close the pressure cooker and cook for half an hour.

Step 9

Open the pressure cooker and add the coconut milk and mix well.

Step 10

Cook again for 15 minutes.

Step 11

1)In place of pressure cooker, deep pan can also be used.

Step 12

Serve with chappathis, idli, dosa etc.

Step 13

This curry does not require the addition of turmeric powder.


a very nice curry to b had with fried rice too..thanks a lot mary..hope to c more recipies from u..


nice..but ven shoul we add chilly powder?wat abt termeric powder? plss reply


an excellent curry to be made for wud taste better if the curry`s made a day earlier and kept in the firdge and then used so that the masalas can blend well with the potato and chkn pieces..anyway,thanks a lot mary..

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