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PAKODA WALE MURGH

14 Jul

Last night made chicken with the leftover onion Pakoda…. Leftover ka makeover giving it a twist with chicken 😜 …

Any fritters or deep fried dishes should be relished as soon as its made or else it gets soggy and we don’t feel like having it 😐, ….as I had guests at home at teatime I made onion pakoda (check recipe for onion pakoda here http://wp.me/p5M7RU-vv   ) for them ,it was excess and no one was in the mood to finish it off 🙄 ,and me don’t wanted it to go waste or throw it , so I planned it to use with chicken and serve it in the dinner and believe me no one could recognise it was onion pakodas used in chicken😜….. A delicious chicken onion pakoda dish was made with the leftover😀😀😀

 I can say innovative recipe at its best so I gave it a classy name “Pakoda wale Murgh” 😍😍😍….

Relish this  fully dry or semi dry along with rice as a side dish ..

Hope you all enjoy the recipe and give it a try 😊😍

INGREDIENTS 

•8/10 Leftover onion pakodas crumbled 

•1/2 kg chicken cleaned and washed

•1tsp gingergarlic paste 

•Pepper powder as desired 

•1/2 tsp Cumin powder 

•1 tsp Chilly powder

•1/2 tsp Turmeric 

•3/4 tsp Garam masala powder 

•Salt as needed

•Coriander leaves chopped 

METHOD 

▪In a kadai add chicken,salt ,chilly powder,turmeric,ginger garlic paste and  1 cup water and boil chicken till done ..

▪To this add all spice powder and fry well add crumbled pakodas and give a good mix till everything gets combined,if necessary sprinkle water and cook

▪Add chopped coriander leaves ,give a good mix and enjoy it completely dry or semi dry which ever you like

▪serve as a side dish to dal rice or rasam rice…

NOTE

*NO ONIONS OR OIL IS USED WHILE MAKING THE DISH AS PAKODAS ARE MADE OF ONIONS AND DEEP FRIED 

*lime juice can be added at the end for tangyness

*Check Onion Pakoda recipe here http://wp.me/p5M7RU-vv

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