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Chicken Pakodi

Chicken is my hubby's all time favorite. He will be ready with fork in hand as soon as I prepare any kind of dish with it. If you observe, there are nearly 15 kinds of chicken recipe varieties I have posted so far in my blog. This evening snack is very filling for those who are hungry. It will be a good food for the one one who return from school or office. 


Ingredients:
Chicken cleaned and chopped to medium size cubes-1/4KG
Oil for deep fry
egg 1
pepper powder-1tbsp
salt to taste
red chili powder-1/2tbsp
Aginamoto-1/tbsp
Ginger garlic paste-1tbsp
Green chili-3 in number
Corn flour-1tbsp
Ginger grated-1tbsp
Garlic minced-1tbsp
cilantro/coriander and onions for garnishing
lemon juice for extra flavor

Method
Take chicken , remove extra fat or skin and cut it to equal pieces. Wash it and make sure that you squeeze out all the water from the chicken. Mix egg, pepper powder, salt,ginger garlic paste,garlic, ginger,cilantro, aginamoto, corn flour and chicken and deep fry the marinated chicken pieces. Now heat oil in a pan that is enough for deep fry. Then add 5-8 chicken pieces and let them fry under medium flame. Do not fry them under high flame, as the inner part remains raw. So, always cook under medium flame. Now take them on to the kitchen towel, which helps in removal of extra oil. Squeeze some lemon juice on the pieces and serve hot. You can serve with onions etc.,
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Comments

  1. very nice recipe...chicken pakodi looks too tempting and this also my H' fav :) thanx for sharing the recipe...

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  2. Feel like munching some,highly addictive pakoras..

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  3. thanks for dropping by!...glad to follow u too!
    yummy chicken dish BTW!

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  4. wow..this is an excellent snack with chicken

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  5. Delicious snack..looks tempting,love it

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  6. Just can't stop drooling over these wonderful looking pakoras.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  7. Chicken looks mouth watering...

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  8. This looks so yummy...Soon will try this...I am bookmarking this...YUM YUM...Thanks for the recipe dear...
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    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  9. These look irresistible...yummy..

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  10. Yummy !! My mouth is watering.. i have tried this & i liked the most. Thanks for sharing, & even i found amazing link of 'Indian Cooking Recipe', 'Indian Recipes cooking show' You will also like it.

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