Monday, December 10, 2007

Chicken in Green Gravy


2 chicken breast cubed( u can use dark meat or white meat which ever u prefer 2 cups)
4 tbs oil
1tsp cumin and musturd seeds
2 dry red chillis
2 cloves and cardamom pods

for grinding :

1/2 cup cilantro
6 green chillis
4 garlic cloves
2 in ginger
1 tsp pepper powder
1 tsp coriander powder
2 tbs coconut ( fresh or dry)
1/2 cup pudina leaves
1 tomato (small)
1 onion (small)

grind all the above ingredients to a smooth paste by adding 1/4 cup water


Heat 2 tbs oil in a pan add cubed chicken ,salt and turmuric close lid and cook chicken until water is eveparated
Heat remaining oil in another pan add cumin and musturd seeds,red chillis,cloves ,cardamom then add ground masala paste sautee until oil is separated on edges
When masala is cooked completely add cooked chicken and fry for 5 min then add 1 cup of water and cook for 10 min .done
Serve hot with plain rice or roti


Kribha said...

Looks very yummy sagari. I use the same ingredients too and do it in a pressure cooker.

Meera said...

This gravy on top of rice looks so delicious!

Cooking and the City said...

Hi that looks delicious. I love curries, so will stop by your blog often. if you like you can visit the blog I just started at

Ti said...

oh that is so tempting, i can't resist any chicken dish, btw thanks for stopping by on my blog :)

Red Chillies said...

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Seema said...

That looks great Sagari... On a plate of steaming hot rice.. awesome!


Hey you are doing every time some effects in your dish photos!Thats relly nice:)

Neelam said...

Thats a yummy looking chicken!
You have nice recipes on ur blog!

bindiya said...

Sagari this looks yum!,chicken in any form is always welcome :)

Happy cook said...

Really delicious and wonderful with rice

Cynthia said...

This is such a comfort food dish for me and it a really quick meal to make even when you want to impress.

Dhanggit said...

i love the last photo!! from here i could taste it..yummy!! hmmm i should cook curry tonight :-)

Dhanggit said...

by the way what is pudina leaves??

sagari said...

dhanggit pudhina leaves means mint leaves

Maninas said...

mmm I adore curries like this!
In fact, I posted two recipes for them!

Thanks for dropping by to my blog, Sagari!

Jeena said...

Wow this chicken recipe looks so good! I wish I had that dish in front of me to eat, DELICIOUS! :)