28 Apr

Who don’t  love chicken sukka isn’t it? ..
Here i have used a homemade sukka powder which I have mentioned before in this blog..(
This is a perfect manglore style sukka which is very famous in south kannera weddings ,restaurants and hotels…
Here I have used a bunts recipe given by my neighbour who are very famous in preparing this type of dish,u can see this chicken sukka in most of their functions which is served with appum ,toddy idli or neer dosa….
This is a coconut based semi dry dish which goes well with white rice, boiled rice, ganji/porridge, neer dosa, dal, appum, idli..
This is all time favourite for me ..


•1kg chicken cleaned and washed
•2 tblsp ghee /coconut oil
•2 springs curryleaves
•1 tsp mustard
•4 flakes crushed garlic
•1 onion finely chopped
•1/2 tsp turmeric
•Salt according to taste
•1/2 grated coconut (once crushed in mixer)


▪Heat pan add ghee, mustard when it starts to pop add curry leaves, crushed garlic and onions fry well
▪Now add chicken, turmeric and fry till chicken is cooked well
▪Now add sukka powder (CHICKEN SUKKA POWDER – ,salt and coconut mix well and cook on medium flame for 10 minutes with lid closed till dry
▪chicken sukka ready to serve with neer dosa..


*for vegetarians add ivy gourd chopped and boiled black channa instead of chicken then follow the same recipe to prepare any vegetable sukka….
*grind coconut once in mixer to coarse paste using 1tblsp water,if you like to have it without grinding its absolutely fine
*coriander leaves chopped can be added to enhance more taste..


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Posted by on April 28, 2015 in CHICKEN, MASALA POWDER, NON VEG CURRY


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