Recipes - Green Chilly Chicken



1 Kg. Chicken (medium size pieces)

8-10 Green chillies ( Fried in a little oil for 2 minutes) 

½ Onion – finely sliced

1 Green tomato (finely sliced)

1 Large potato cut into medium size pieces

Coriander leaves-finely cut


For grinding:

Fried - green chillies (as above)

1 Tsp. black pepper

1 Tsp. jeera

lime size tamarind

½ Tsp. turmeric

2 Large onions



Fry the sliced onion in oil, add ground masala, cook on slow fire until oil separates.  Add chicken, slices of tomato and potato.  Add salt.  When almost done, add finely cut coriander leaves and let it simmer for further 5 minutes.

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  • Nestor, Mangalore / Bangalore

    Mon, Aug 01 2011

    Amazing recipe!

    While it doesn't taste like any Mangalorean dish that I've tasted, it's a very interesting and complex taste, with the flavors coming through in layers - the sweetness of the onions, the tartness of the tamarind and bimblis (which I used instead of a green tomato), and finally the pungency of the chillies.

    Suggestions : Needs more oil initially for the ground masala to fry well & separate from the oil, fry the masala repeatedly - adding water when it begins to stick to the vessel, and add more green chillies for a truly intense experience :-)

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