♥...Oven baked Lemongrass Spicy Chicken...♥
Hi, very good morning to all!!! Happy Labour's Day! and a Happy May 2010!!!
By now, everyone knew I've got a soft-corner for chicken recipes...specially Fried Chickens!
I gotto admit that I'm getting lazier with my new Oven's arrival...no more frying chicken in loads of oil like before. Same old recipes are being used to bake/roast/grill...
Thus, I baked some chicken pieces few days back, as per the following recipe...Check it out!
Oven baked Lemongrass Spicy Chicken
- 1/2 chicken ~ cleaned & cut into pieces ( may use the whole too)
- 3 shallots ~ pounded
- 3 garlic cloves ~ pounded
- 3 lemongrass stalks ~ pounded
- 1 tbsp chilli powder (may sub with dried chilli paste)
- 1/3 tsp cumin powder
- 1/3 tsp fennel powder
- 1/3 tsp garam masala (optional)
- 4 tbsp plain yogurt
- Mix chicken with all the ingredients above (as per order) and leave it to marinade for 1 hour.
- Bake in a preheated oven for 1 hour/until cooked, turn chicken after 30mins.
wowwww!!! oven baked one...I love it...nanti akak try k..nak kena find the chickens first..he heReplyDelete
Hi kak love,ReplyDelete
wah...fresh dari oven baru nih. nak tapau seketul ya kak...
Love, baked chicken ni, dry tak?ReplyDelete
KakYat ~~> Hehe, try it kak...hope it'll meet ur taste! ;)ReplyDelete
Nur ~~> Yeah, fresh from new oven...kikiki! Ambikkkk! ;)
Mamafami ~~> Yes kak, this chicken is dry. I preferred it this way. ;)
I have some chicken in my fridge and after seeing this feel like making baked spicy chicken of your's :-)Very tempting clicks.ReplyDelete
One more thing dear I had posted a comment on your new house but somehow it could get published. However, would again like to congratulate you on such a beautiful house.
More heathier & lot more delicious..mouthwatering pics..ReplyDelete
the queen of spices is amazing me again. good job! nice recipe for the labour's day:)ReplyDelete
Mmm......I love this. Love all the spices and best of all it's baked. Great for picnic.ReplyDelete
sorry for not commenting dear....not getting time at all for blogging...mouthwatering dear.....as the picture beauty i think chicken also so tasty...ReplyDelete
Wat a flavourful and tempting chicken, truly tempting!!!ReplyDelete
Wah dear I love baked chicken, can tapau some for me?ReplyDelete
looks terrific.. lemon grass flavour for chicken is innovative..am sure would taste great. :)
Have a Great Weekend!
love..minta 5 ketul hehe oven baru..resepi baru:)ReplyDelete
These oven baked chicken sounds absolutely tempting. I've never tried anything like this!ReplyDelete
hi love..nampak sangat sedap dan garing..anak2 tentu suka..nanti akak nak try lah..ReplyDelete
Wonderful colorful dish. Hey, loved the pictures of your house. Its looks like a Mahal! Loved the kitchen and the fish tank! I wanna come live with you there.ReplyDelete
opppsss bake chic labour day yaaa....ambik seketoi...oppsss nak berketoi ketoi bolehhhh?
Loveeeed the pics of your house...it looks so divine...all the best to you in the new home...this dish looks great!ReplyDelete
Deepa ~~> Hi Deepa, thanks alot for the wishes ya!!! Have U made the chicken??? hehee ;)ReplyDelete
Sushma ~~> Yeah Sush, no oil...hehe! But I still miss my fried chickens...:)
Cheryna ~~> Queen of Spices??? Owh no...U make me shy shy lor Sha!!! ;)
Mary Moh ~~> Yeah, suitable for picnics...thanks dear! ;)
Beena ~~> Hi Beena!!! Long time no see...actually I was away for a month too...hehe ;)
Priya ~~> Thanks Priya...it's just a simple version...hehe ;)ReplyDelete
Treat ~~> Can kak, u coming over?? hihi ;)
Leen Hussain ~~> Hehe, thanks ya! ;)
Uma ~~> Hi Uma...I always add lemongrass in most of my dishes. I love them! Thanks ya! ;)
KakCM ~~> Resipi lama je kak...hehe! Ambikkkk ;)
Tracie ~~> Hehe, I actually wanted to try n error with my new oven..but this was good! ;)ReplyDelete
DatinEL ~~> Hi Datin, sure akak leh try! ;)
CL ~~> Hehehe!!! thanks dearie...U wanna come here??? Most welcomed! ;)
Sue ~~> Ambik Sue, anything for U! ;)
Meena ~~> Thanks alot for ur lovely wishes ya! :)
miam, miam, chicken looks hot and evenly browned!!! not a drop of oil in this recipe, I guess it's the yoghurt which makes a nice substitute right, I 'm curious to try this with the lemongrass !!must have been flavourful, lovely recipe la!!!ReplyDelete
Vinolia ~~> Hehe, yes Vino. Not a single drop of oil. Yogurt plays the vital role, I guess. Lemongrass is very important in my cooking, just loved them! :)ReplyDelete