♥...Stir-fry Chicken Masala...♥
My style of Chicken Masala....
Here's the recipe~
Stir-fry Chicken Masala by love2cook
Here's the recipe~
Stir-fry Chicken Masala by love2cook
- 1 whole chicken ~ cut into medium size
- 3 tbsp blended paste of garlic, shallot and ginger
- 3 tbsp chilli powder
- 1 tsp turmeric powder
- 1/2 tsp fennel powder
- 1/2 tsp cumin powder
- 1/2 tsp corriander powder
- 1.5 tsp garam masala
- 1/2 tsp cumin and fennel seeds
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 3 pcs cardamom
- 3 pcs cloves
- 2 pcs star anise
- 2 onions ~ sliced
- 7 dried chillis ~ sliced into 2 inches length
- 1 sprig curry leaves
- 1 large tomato ~ sliced
- 1.5 tsp grounded black pepper
- 2 tbsp kerisik/coconut paste (dry-fried and grinded grated coconut)
- few corriander leaves
- salt to taste
- cooking oil
- Marinate ingredients (A) for about 15-20 mins.
- Heat oil in wok. Saute cumin and fennel seeds, cinnamon, cardamoms, cloves and star anises till fragrant.
- Add in the sliced onions, dried chillis and curry leaves. Stir till light brown. Add tomatoes.
- Now, add the marinated chicken, stir together and cover for about 15 mins till chicken cooks. (Make sure the flame is low).
- Once chicken is cooked, add grounded blackpepper and salt. Stir again and leave it for another 5-10 mins.
- Now add the kerisik/coconut paste, mix well and turn off the flame.
- Sprinkle some corriander leaves on b4 serving. That's it!
LOve - sedapnya tgk masala ni..nk buat sndiri xtaulah bile;)..nmpknya pasni kalo nk mkn knalah singgah kat restoran mama kt sini..ReplyDelete
Garam Masala tu camne ya rupa dia...?Nampak macam best je resipi ni..Mana taw satu hari nanti terbabas nak mencubanya...
Wow LOve....great...you reminded me of my garamReplyDelete
which I am out of stock...sedap...if cook with beef pun yummy....I used to cook this masala a lot masa kat States dulu...semua dish nak letak sikit garam tu..sebab I like it with the nutmeg taste..hehe
Hope you have completely recover from the flu!
Are you celebrating Thaipusam by any chance?...If so....Happy Thaipusam...and have a nice weekend ya!
Love, ni akak selalu order kat opis. SedapReplyDelete
Gulp ! Teringin nak buat laa... tapi tak pandai, tak tahu nak buat rempahnya (malas sebenornya, ekekeke...)ReplyDelete
nmpak gambar pun dh tau kesedapannya. tengok resipi punyalah panjang tu!!! bile lah boleh terbuat ni..!!ReplyDelete
Tgk pun dah tau sedap..dpt mn ngan butter rice panas mesti terangkat gitu..yum..masuk list thanks dearReplyDelete
How are you guys doing?
nampak pun dah tau mesti sedappp sangat ayam nie.. versi kuah cikit ek.. pekena ngan nasi panas ke, nasi tomato ke, nasi minyak ke... seedappnye!!! sape nak tolong masak niii???? mikael!!! hehehe
Wow...so tempting your chicken, feel wanna to bite it now....ReplyDelete
hi, ur blog looks very colourful dear!!chicken looks yummy!!and nice click too!..ur kids looks cute..ReplyDelete
hai love..lama tak singgah blog love ni..apa khabar,wah ayam goreng ni...tp cm belum masuk dapur lagi..nak rehatReplyDelete
Have to fly you over to miri so that I could taste ur cooking...yummmy...!ReplyDelete
hai love...wah boleh try ni..it really nampak yummmmyyyyyyyy..i likeeeeeeReplyDelete
Your dishes looks very enticing. You must be a very good cook. Where and how did you learn all these? How was your Thaipusam? I went there on Sat and it was jam packed but the satisfaction was there. Take care. Pushpa SohReplyDelete
Kak MummySeri ~~> Hehe, don't forget to call me time nak gi kedai mamak ye kak!!! hehe ;)ReplyDelete
Sue ~~> Hi Sue, garam masala is a powder mixture of spices. Try to google it...mesti dpt. :)ReplyDelete
Kak Watie ~~> Hi Kak...yeah garam masala plays a vital role in my cookings too! hehehe ;)ReplyDelete
Owh yeah, I do celebrate Thaipusam but we pray at home jer. Didn't go to Batu Caves...afraid to bring kids in the crowd. We often visit BC during non-peak hours. kekek ;)
KakGerau ~~> Owh really kak, nnt hantar kat Love sikit erk! :)ReplyDelete
KakTie ~~> Hi Kak...owh the powder is sold readymade in packets nationwide...kekeke ;)ReplyDelete
KakAin ~~> Hi Kak...hehehe the recipe looks long but easy to prepare I guess...kekeke ;)ReplyDelete
Kak JC ~~> Yes kak..and we had it with Ghee Rice...kekeke ;)ReplyDelete
Ijan ~~> Hi Ijan...yeah I made this masala dry. Owh yeah, it goes well with all those rices...kekeke ;)ReplyDelete
Mikael will help to eat! ;)
Treat n Trick ~~> Hehehee...tks alot kak!!! ;)ReplyDelete
Rekha Shoban ~~> Hi Rekha, tks for coming over ya! Appreciate ur compliments! Ur bb is adorable too! ;)ReplyDelete
Kak CM ~~> Hi Kak...hehehe call me when u wanna enter ur kitchen, okey!!! take care! ;)ReplyDelete
KakRoz ~~> Aisey, I'm willing to fly to Miri to taste ur foodies!!! ;)ReplyDelete
Kak Ina ~~> Tks alot kak! hope u'll like it! ;)ReplyDelete
Ms Pushpa Soh ~~> Hi Sis! hru??? owh tks alot for the great compliments ya! Well, I inherited my cookings from my MUM. She's a great cook. I started cooking after I got married, but it became a hobby just recently..kekeke! ;) Since then, I'd always try n error recipe on my own.ReplyDelete
I do also try lots of recipes from my fellow blogfrens...they are all awesome in teaching me the techniques. I must credit them too. :)
Well, we seldom go to BC for Thaipusam. I'm so afraid to carry our kids in the crowd. We prefer to go there during non-peak hours.
U take care too Sis! ;)
Wooowww Love, this one looks tempting!! Kena try la nampaknya...agaknya tekak akak ni tgh musim "masala" agaknya, just finish with sotong masala..hehee..ReplyDelete