We have often witnessed hatred among several religions. It is immensely sad, that such differences still exist during a global pandemic. But there’s one thing that binds us together: Food. Food has no religion in itself. Irrespective of its history and origin, food ranks on the top of “What’s in my mind?”. I have shared a few recipes with you all during the lockdown and will continue to do so. Make your quarantine period a little more productive with these chicken recipes. I am in a mood to add a zing to my brunch table because the day seems gloomy. Today’s blog post enunciates a step by step recipe of whole chicken curry. Korean Tongdak has been a household name during the 70s. Why not give it an Indian touch! Let’s read and drool and vice versa.
Cuisine: Pretty much Indian with a Korean descent
Preparation time: 30 minutes
Cooking time: 15 minutes
Serving: 3 hungry people (Read it as three foodies who brunches with joy )
Ingredients required for a whole chicken curry recipe
- Whole Chicken pieces (according to the number of people)
- Ginger garlic paste
- Hung curd (to marinate)
- Red chillies
- Green chillies
- Freshly cut tomatoes
- Coriander powder
- Turmeric powder
- Kashmiri red chilli powder
Whole chicken curry recipe- Step by step
1.Marinate the chicken with ginger-garlic paste, salt, hung curd and lemon. Remember that, each and every inch of the chicken should be marinated properly and kept in a cool place, overnight. Quite a herculean task, but trust me it would result in fruitful results.
2. The game of sautéing and stirring takes over the world after you add onions, green chillies and red chillies.
3. Ginger garlic paste is that essential ingredient that never fails to enhance the flavour of the dish. You are ought to stir the mixture again.
4. Add freshly cut tomatoes and salt (according to taste) and let your belly go merry-go-round and stir the mixture.
The accelerator is here
5. The two showstoppers are ready to make their gracious presence happen. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome turmeric powder, coriander powder and Kashmiri Red Chilli powder to the mixture. Stirring for a few minutes would serve the purpose of a brilliant portfolio (the meal, ahem…).
6. Add some sugar to an end and ensure that the other end of seesaw does not rise.
7. Stir until the ingredients blend properly.
The thrill.. excitement… enthusiasm
7. Add the whole chicken pieces into the pan of colourful ingredients. The sound of culinary magic exhibits immense thrill and enthusiasm. One needs to feel the vibe.
8. Cover the preparation with a lid and let it simmer for ten to twenty minutes.
9. In between, you are ought to distract the couples from mating with each other under the lid. No, you should not visit your nearby cruising spot. That’s not what I meant (or maybe I actually did). Here, you have to turn the chicken pieces upside down to ensure both the sides are being cooked properly.
10. Serve your whole chicken curry with Roomali Roti or jasmine rice.
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26 thoughts on “Bringing the 70s back with Whole Chicken Curry- Recipe- Step by Step”
I love the way you added an Indian touch to Korean Tongdak. Will definitely try this one this weekend.
The red chicken looks really yummy. I just cleaned, stuffed and marinaded a while chicken before I sat down to check my mobile. Coincidences!
Thanks for sharing this mouth watering recipe. This really looks tempting I will definitely going to try this weekend for sure. I already taken print out for the same
This recipe is bookmared. I loved that you had not only added a delicious Recipe in text but also added humour to the post to give a soothing effect while going through it.
I will definitely try this at home
aritro , you are doing very good work , the blog is very attractive and informative , more success to you .❤️
This recipe is definitely going to be very popular with chicken lovers. I am a vegetarian but can say the dish looks nice.
Ramadan is going, so I will surely try out this chicken recipe only if I get lucky to get that chicken pieces here.
It’s been 2 months now that I had chicken. I am married to a vegetarian family and this lockdown has destroyed this Bong foodie’s wishes.
Your recipes are literally to die for! I will try each of your recipes, especially this one, during lockdown.
I have tried this recipe earlier. it is damn tasty . I like the way you have described the recipe so neatly .
The chicken dish looks mouth watering and easy to make .I’m definitely trying this next.
WoW that’s amazing
Wow…this recipe looks so delicious and different from my regular chicken curry recipe. I would love to try this one. Thanks for sharing this with us.
This recipe would ne useful for non vegetarians. They would enjoy preparing and having it.
Wow this recipe looks so delicious. Gonna try this out for sure today only.
That’s is really amazing..
This looks so tasty
I cook Chicken curry almost once or twice a week. Never really tried it this way. Hope to try this weekend
Well written as always❤️
Thanks for sharing step by step recipe for whole chicken curry. The curry looks so tempting. I will try this.
Firstly the images ..the succulence and richness of the dish can be felt through the page. Thanks for sharing this..though not a cook myself but shared this with my mom and it’s on the cards now to explore
I agree with you! Food has no religion (or even time). Food is a basic need, but more than that – it is a celebration – a joy when made well!
Nice recipe! Great idea to experiment with other cuisines and make them your own!
Hey sorry i am pure vegetarian. But i would love to this recipe to my Nonve. lover friends .. 😊😊Thank you for sharing this recipe…👍👍looks so nice
I am a pure vegetarian but would pass this recipe to my Bengali wife who is a hard core chicken lover.
My kids just love chicken. This recipe I have never tried. I will definitely try this one for a change,