Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Bangalore Chicken Kebab






  • I feel so lazy to blog these days and my broken cameras and slow-slow laptop added to the core. Yes, my cameras :( its more than four months now since i've dropped them.  Actually I do all these photoshoots in a hurry that both my cameras fell from my hands to broke. That too in a week. The photos I post here these days are either from my drafts or mobile clicked. I browse net through my phone or IPad. But blog editing is not possible in that. I don't know why. If anyone of you can resolve it , please let me know.

    Chicken Kebab is a famous dish of Bangalore , I guess. My brother-in-laws, who studied there, has always been a great fan of these kebabs. These are not the usual north-indian kebabs made of meat mince, but deep-fried chicken pieces. This one is my Jeeju's special. He tried this recipe and as this turned out to be so delicious that he clicked a pic and sent it to me for my next post. So here is the recipe for you guys.. Enjoy and let me know how it turned out !






    Ingredients



    Chicken 1 kg, cut into  8 pieces

    Marinade :


    Ginger garlic paste 1 tbsp
    Yogurt 2 tbsp
    Garam Masala ½ tsp
    Cumin powder  ½ tsp
    Orange color pinch
    Turmeric pinch
    Chili powder 2 tsp
    Coriander crushed or powder 2 tsp
    Salt 1 ½ tsp
    Vinegar 1 tbsp
    Egg 1
    Corn Flour 4 tbsp


    Method

    Marinate chicken with all the ingredients except oil. Keep for a minimum of 2 hours. Deep fry these chicken pieces untill it turn lightly brown and crisp outside and tender inside. Serve with onion rings.




8 comments:

  1. this looks so inviting and really yummy, bookmarking this recipe

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  2. Being in Bangalore....I never tasted this...how come...love to try this...looks spicy and yum....

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  3. Chicken Kababs look delicious.

    Too bad your cameras are broken:(

    Blogger has a free Iphone and Ipad app. You can type up, edit and post recipes on your blog and also save them as drafts on it. However, uploading pics is what I have trouble with this app. See if it will help you a little bit.

    Hope and pray you buy a new camera soon in sha Allah :)

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  4. Irresistible kebab,soo tempting and succulent.

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  5. Looking delicious...any chicken recipe for a chicken lover would be great....

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  6. Oh, look so delicious, I must try this recipe next time. Thanks for sharing .

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Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Bangalore Chicken Kebab






  • I feel so lazy to blog these days and my broken cameras and slow-slow laptop added to the core. Yes, my cameras :( its more than four months now since i've dropped them.  Actually I do all these photoshoots in a hurry that both my cameras fell from my hands to broke. That too in a week. The photos I post here these days are either from my drafts or mobile clicked. I browse net through my phone or IPad. But blog editing is not possible in that. I don't know why. If anyone of you can resolve it , please let me know.

    Chicken Kebab is a famous dish of Bangalore , I guess. My brother-in-laws, who studied there, has always been a great fan of these kebabs. These are not the usual north-indian kebabs made of meat mince, but deep-fried chicken pieces. This one is my Jeeju's special. He tried this recipe and as this turned out to be so delicious that he clicked a pic and sent it to me for my next post. So here is the recipe for you guys.. Enjoy and let me know how it turned out !






    Ingredients



    Chicken 1 kg, cut into  8 pieces

    Marinade :


    Ginger garlic paste 1 tbsp
    Yogurt 2 tbsp
    Garam Masala ½ tsp
    Cumin powder  ½ tsp
    Orange color pinch
    Turmeric pinch
    Chili powder 2 tsp
    Coriander crushed or powder 2 tsp
    Salt 1 ½ tsp
    Vinegar 1 tbsp
    Egg 1
    Corn Flour 4 tbsp


    Method

    Marinate chicken with all the ingredients except oil. Keep for a minimum of 2 hours. Deep fry these chicken pieces untill it turn lightly brown and crisp outside and tender inside. Serve with onion rings.




8 comments:

  1. this looks so inviting and really yummy, bookmarking this recipe

    ReplyDelete
  2. Being in Bangalore....I never tasted this...how come...love to try this...looks spicy and yum....

    ReplyDelete
  3. Chicken Kababs look delicious.

    Too bad your cameras are broken:(

    Blogger has a free Iphone and Ipad app. You can type up, edit and post recipes on your blog and also save them as drafts on it. However, uploading pics is what I have trouble with this app. See if it will help you a little bit.

    Hope and pray you buy a new camera soon in sha Allah :)

    ReplyDelete
  4. Irresistible kebab,soo tempting and succulent.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Looking delicious...any chicken recipe for a chicken lover would be great....

    ReplyDelete
  6. Oh, look so delicious, I must try this recipe next time. Thanks for sharing .

    ReplyDelete