Weekend Special Menu – 1


Pepper Chicken Semi Gravy a.k.a Chicken Kurumulagittu Varattiyathu

Ingredients

  1. Chicken – 1 kg
  2. Onion – 2
  3. Ginger – 1 small piece
  4. Garlic – 8-10 pieces
  5. Green Chilly – 4

    Pepper Chicken getting cooked
  6. Vanaspathi – 450 gm
  7. Coconut – 1/4th cup
  8. Groundnut – handful
  9. Curry leaves – half a bunch
  10. Chilly powder – 1 tbsp
  11. Tumeric powder- 1 pinch
  12. Coriander powder – 1 tbsp
  13. Pepper – 1/2 – 1 sp (according to your taste)
  14. Salt – as required

Keeping Things Ready

  1.  Wash the chicken and cut them into cubes.Sprinkle a pinch of turmeric powder on it and keep it aside.
  2. Cut Garlic,Ginger and Green chillies into small pieces.Slice the green chillies round.
  3. Grind Coconut and Groundnut without water.
  4. Cut Onions vertically to form thin long slices and tomatoes into small square pieces.

Procedure

Keep a saucepan in low flame and add vanaspathi.Once it starts melting,add the ginger-garlic-chilly and fry till you get the cooked smell of ginger and garlic.Add the coconut mix to it.Pour little water and increase the flame.Once the coconut gets cooked,add chicken.Add chilly powder and coriander powder.Add water just enough for the chicken to get cooked.Add salt and stir for two minutes.

Once the chicken gets cooked,the saucepan should not contain water in it.

Now take another sauce pan and add 1 tbsp vanaspathi.Fry Onion and Curry leaves till the Onion turns golden yellow.Add chicken into it and sprinkle pepper on it.Vary the pepper measure according to your taste.Fry it till the onion turns coffee brown.Add salt if needed.

Onion Tomato Dosa

Ingredients

  1. Onion – 2
  2. Tomato – 3
  3. Chilly powder – for your taste

    After sprinkling the onions and tomatoes
  4. Salt – for your taste
  5. Dosa Flour

Keeping Things Ready

Cut onion and tomato into small pieces.Keep it in a bowl and add chilly and salt to it.Stir well and keep it aside.

Procedure

Keep the frying pan in low flame throughout the cooking.Pour 3 spoons of dosa flour.Spread it slightly in the pan to look like the base of Pizza.NEVER make the layer thin.Sprinkle the onion-tomato mix on the dosa.Add little oil on the dosa especially on the onions and tomatos.Once the base gets cooked well,carefully detach the dosa from the pan and make the vegetable side get cooked.

Now wait for your yummy dosa to get cooked 🙂

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10 thoughts on “Weekend Special Menu – 1

  1. Seems absolutely fascinating! I like my chicken well cooked and do without groundnut/coconut as a rule but the end result seems like it would taste well. 😀

    1. Though I use coconut in chicken(kerala people can’t cook anything without coconut 😉 ),this is for the first time I am using groundnut.It tasted better with groundnuts.But like you said,we worry about only the end result 😀

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