Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Pepper Chicken

This pepper chicken is less spicy.Only pepper corns paste is added for spice in the chicken.I use to give this to my son.


1/2 lb Chicken(cut into medium size pieces)
2 Onion (medium size)
2 Tomato
1 tsp Ginger-garlic Paste
1/2 tsp Fennel
1/2 tsp Turmeric powder
1 1/2 tbsp Poppy seeds(soaked in hot water for 10 minutes & finely pasted)
2 Cinnamon(medium size)
1/2 tsp Garam masala powder
4 Cloves
2 Bay leaves
2 tbsp Curd(optional)
1 tbsp Cumin seeds
1 tsp Pepper corn

Coriander leaves for garnishing
Salt for taste


1. Marinate the chicken with ginger-garlic paste,poppy seeds paste,turmeric powder,garam masala & salt.

2. Pre-heat the oil in a pan & spultter fennel seeds,
Cinnamon,Cloves & bay leaves.

3. Then, add the chopped onion & fry till golden brown & add chopped tomato now and cook the tomato till the oil comes seperate from onion & tomato.

4. And now, add the marinated chicken,1/2 cup water & cook it for 15 to 20 minutes in medium heat.

5. Fry the cumin seeds,pepper corns & curd & grind them.Add this paste to the chicken gravy.

6. Garnish the chicken with the coriander leaves & keep the flame in low heat & close the pan for 5 minutes till the oil comes seperate from the chicken.

7. Serve the chicken with Rice,Roti,Puri & Paratha.


Prema Sundar said...

Hi deepa,
pepper chicken looks yummmmmy.. unga veetuku vandhu sappidalam polla.. thanks for the recipe.

Priya Baskaran said...

wow.... just got some chicken from the stores-- looks like I am going to try yours:)

Foodie's Hope said...

Good looking pepper chicken!! Yum... Guess what I have in my blog? Chilli chicken !! :D :D
Thanks Deepa!!

Archana said...

I have book marked this recipe, sounds really interesting with poppy seeds and everything. Will try out this one for sure. Thank you for the recipe.

maneka nirmal said...

hey deepa..its nice variation to the same old chicken curry..i'll try this and let u know..thanks for the recipe.

Lera said...

Hi,Awesome delicious,chicken recipe..will try this soon.Thanks for sharing!

RP said...

Thank you for visiting my blog deepa, and wow! what a beautiful blog you have here! I really enjoyed looking at your pictures. Your little one looks so adorable.

Foodie's Hope said...

Deepa!I have tagged you for '5 things to eat before I die"! Check out my blog tomorrow, not posted mine yet! write if you can! thanks!

Annita said...

I am visting your blog for first time,and u've done absolutely good work.Pepper chicken looks soo yummy,will be trying it out soon.Your little one looks cute and naughty.

Monisha said...

Hi Deepa -
Pepper chicken looks very tasty - the meat is so tender and the with the aromatic spices I'm sure the gravy must be to die for !!

Rashmi said...

first time here deepa.Good work.
pepper chicken looks good.will try it.

Naveen said...

Hi Deepa,

Made it for my nieces B'day party, came out really good thanks for posting this lovely dish

suresh said...

Thanks Sister.

Still I am Dubai working IT Department.
last week company provide accomdation for me.i dont know cooking.i feel how to cook.but now i can cook sister thats all for your guide.

thank you sister



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