Garelu Chicken Curry | Kodi Koora Ulli Garelu | South Indian Medu Vada With Spicy Chicken Curry Andhra Style | Minapa Garelu Kodi Pulusu

Garelu Chicken Curry, South Indian Medu Vada With Spicy Chicken Curry Andhra Style

Garelu Chicken Curry is a delectable combination of the very famous South Indian Medu Vada and  Classic Andhra Style Chicken Curry. No festive meal is complete without the classic dish “GARELU”. While most people choose to have medu vada in the morning, many of us love to binge on it as snacks in the evening. We all know that this soul satisfying crispy vada along with piping hot sambar and coconut chutney makes it all the more irresistible. But, did you ever imagine to pair it up with chicken curry?? Garelu Chicken Curry is a very famous dish from the Southern states of …

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Spicy Chettinad Chicken Curry Recipe | Chettinad Chicken Kuzhambu | Chicken chettinad gravy recipe | Chicken Kuzhambu Tamilnadu Style 

Spicy Chettinad Chicken Curry Recipe, Chettinad Chicken Kuzhambu

Looks like I’m on a Chettinad cooking spree these days!! I have made quite a few chettinad dishes in the last few weeks. This Spicy Chettinad Chicken Curry is definitely a must try while stepping into the world of Chettinad Cuisine, one of the most aromatic and spiciest cuisines of India. Chettinad cuisine, from the Chettinad region of the South Indian state Tamil Nadu, is known for it’s distinctly aromatic, spicy and fiery style. Freshly ground masalas and spices are the hallmarks of Chettinad cuisine. The rich concoction of spices and herbs lend a characteristic taste that you will remember for a lifetime! With …

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Gongura Chicken Andhra Style | Gongura Chicken Fry Recipe | How to make Gongura Chicken | Chicken Cooked in Sorrel leaves

Gongura Chicken Andhra Style or Gongura chicken fry

Hi all…Hope you are all geared up for a lovely weekend!! I’m here today to share an ace delicacy from my hometown….Gongura Chicken Andhra Style !! This special chicken curry uses the quintessential leafy vegetable from this cuisine, which is none other than gongura, also known as sorrel leaves. There are many traditional gongura recipes such as gongura pachadi, gongura mutton, gongura prawns, gongura pappu, gongura chicken and many more. Each recipe has a unique and distinct flavour, but anything cooked with gongura is my favourite. Chicken, when cooked with a spicy masala base along with these sour leaves, imparts a …

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My 100th Blog Post Chicken Dum Biriyani

Chicken dum biriyani

Celebrating My 100th Blog Post Chicken Dum Biriyani, my signature recipe!! In November of last year I unleashed my very first blog post into the world and I still can’t forget the feel, excitement, curiosity…….. when I hit the publish button for the first time. I just can’t believe it, but here it is my 100th blog post!! I know for most folks it’s just a number, but it means a lot to me. However, the journey towards my 100th blog post wasn’t all moonlight and roses. Blogging is a ton of work – yes, I know that sounds weird for …

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Butter Chicken Or Murgh Makhani

This is my 99th post and I’m so happy to be heading towards hitting a century!!….Keep guessing what could be my 100th post!!…Moving on to today’s recipe for Butter Chicken Or Murgh Makhani. It is quite amazing that sometimes we predict the taste of a particular dish even before cooking, just by looking at the ingredients that go into it. You want all the spices to play around and do the magic to get that wow effect!! Finally you feel the end result is worth the wait. This was exactly my feeling when I started with Tandoori Chicken and ended with …

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Tandoori chicken with Mint Coriander relish

Welcome to the Punjabi Tandoori Grill Party with Tandoori chicken with Mint Coriander relish and  a sneak peek into my Rose Lavender Garden !! It’s Summer and so is barbecuing!! We have been grilling for cooking few meals and at the same time enjoying the sunshine in our garden! Last weekend I decided to grill few Indian recipes in BBQ while making the most of the glorious weather with my much loved ones. And the first thing that popped up in my mind was to do a Tandoori Platter with Tandoori chicken with Mint coriander relish and Tandoori paneer tikka, and …

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Chicken Rasam or Indian Style Chicken Soup

A bowl of soup may take up so many other names, call it broth, stew, chowder, gumbo, bouillabaisse, potage, bouillon….according to its texture, ingredients and also the cuisine it belongs to. Nevertheless, a bowl of soup by another name would be as comforting as rasam, a spicy South Indian soup, a must in most Indian vegetarian cuisine. But today’s Chicken Rasam or Indian Style Chicken Soup, my second post to the Blog hop theme “RASAM RECIPES”, uses almost the same spices used in the regular rasam – cumin seeds, red chillies, black/white peppercorns, mustard seeds – minus the tamarind essence and asafoetida plus …

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Quick Chicken Korma

The other day I was wondering… ‘Am I blogging what I cook?’ or ‘Am I cooking for blogging?’ I guess this question arises, in almost every food blogger. And the next big question is “What to post next?” hovering in your mind all time? or is it just me?…..Anyways that’s how I came up with another addition to the endless variations to the chicken recipes. So today, I’m going to share with you Quick Chicken Korma. I’m calling it Quick Chicken Korma because a traditional korma will have a long slow cooking, but this is a quick version using a pressure pan/pressure cooker. …

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