Monday, May 10, 2010

Pan fried chicken




This weekend I wanted to cook something very very easy and quick and I did this pan fried chicken which was simple and superb. I knew the time was short and the dish had to be tasty. Without giving a second thought I started chopping the chicken, and accidentally came up with this recipe. I would be sending this to Twenty - 20 cooking events conducted by Niloufer of Kitchensamraj. So, I'm reposting the recipe. Here it goes...

Ingredients:
Boneless chicken - 500 grams
Chilly powder - 1 Tbsp
garlic paste - 1 Tbsp
oyster sauce - 1 Tbsp
salt for taste
oil for stir fry

Method:
Dice the chicken into cubes. Marinade it with chilly powder, garlic paste and oyster sauce for 5-10min. Add salt if required. Now stir fry in a pan using minimum oil. Cook till done and serve hot, garnished with coriander leaves, lime or lemon wedges etc

Note:
Due to the non availability of coriander and curry leaves here in Abidjan, I exclude them in most of my cooking. This pan fried chicken can be used as a filling in chapati rolls, or tortilla wraps etc.This goes well with fried rice, noodles etc.

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for the recipe. I tried it yesterday with a small variation - instead of chilli powder i added chilli garlic sauce. Its a great recipe and tastes awesome. A must try. The only thing i would suggest is - As oyster sauce is very salty, its better to add salt after you have tasted the chicken. Thanks again. Keep up the good work.

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  2. Thanks Priti.
    Yes oyster sauce is salty indeed. That is the reason I have mentioned " Add salt if required"( refer method of cooking). Do try my new and experimental recipes that I upload in my blog. Have fun cooking.
    Love, Rach

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