Udipi Chicken

Fried chicken leg pieces

Udipi Chicken

Fried chicken leg pieces

Category : Non-Vegetarian, Chicken

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By Sanjay K

Published On: 02 Sep 2002

Rating: 3
9 Votes, 8 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 2
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Soak the rice, black gram and fenugreek seeds in water for a few hours and grind to a fine smooth dosa batter. Keep aside to ferment for few hours. This can be done a day before too.

Step 2

Mix salt, 1/2 tsp ginger-garlic paste and marinate the chicken pieces in this mixture for few minutes.

Step 3

Make a fine paste of chopped onions and cumin seeds. To this, add the remaining ginger-garlic paste, salt, chilly powder, garam masala and mix well.

Step 4

Apply this mixture to the chicken pieces and keep aside for 30 minutes.

Step 5

Heat oil in a deep frying pan.

Step 6

Take each chicken piece, dip in the above dosa batter and fry in the oil until golden brown.

Step 7

:- Serve hot.

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karukiran

hi i prepared and tasted that was ok...give nice recipes..

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JerseyGirl

A question, rather than a rating : The recipe sure sounds enticing. would the chicken inside cook by the time the batter browns or should I pre-cook the chicken?

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kaviraj

hey malar, try rating this recipe.not the person. goodeats was right. u know, there are many languages in india other than those two- just a tip. the recipe is really good

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goodeats

Hey Malar, uluva means fenugreek in malayalam and uzhunnuparippu means urad dal in the same language. Please don`t glorify your ignorance!!!!

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Malar Gandhi

....by the way fenugreek means in Hindi `Methi` and in Tamil `Venthayam` ...not `Ulavu` okay. `Ulavu` is the one for `Horse gram` that too in Telugu. Again Black gram is `Urad dal` in Hindi and `Ulutham paruppu` in Tamil. Its not `Uzhanth....` or something. No need for `Zha` sound here. Its only small `la` sound for `Ulatham paruppu`.....may be my comment is crude....sorry!

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maya

good recipe, but just out of curiosity, udipi chicken shloud fall in karnataka cuisine section, not tamilnadu, isnt it ???

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Samir Gandhi

Tried & Tasted : Beautiful.

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Sabu Daniel

Try udippi it is better than any recipes.

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