When we talk about Indian chicken recipes, the one important option is none other than the classic chicken 65. The beauty of this dish is that although the recipe might be similar to chicken pakora. However, it is a South Indian version of the same and tastes stunning.
- 1 Packet of Zorabian Chicken Breast Boneless – (500 grams)
- Curry Leaves – 2 twigs
- Mustard Seeds- 2 teaspoons
- Red Chilly Powder – 2 teaspoons
- Cumin and Coriander Powder- 1 teaspoon each
- Yoghurt – 2 tablespoons
- Turmeric Powder and Kashmiri Red Chilli Powder – 2 teaspoons each
- Flour and Cornflour – 1 Cup
- Eggs – 2 whole
- Salt and Freshly Crushed Pepper- As Per Your Taste
Process of making it
For this preparation, we suggest you stick to the boneless chicken, you can get chicken home delivery. Then, marinate it with the help of curry leaves and mustard seeds. The next thing you need to do is add the spices, yoghurt, seasoning, flour, and corn flour. We suggest you do not add the egg on the first go for this recipe. Adding eggs will result in water loss from the chicken and make it soggy.
Once you notice that the chicken has been under preparation for some time, proceed to the next step. It is now ready; you need to fry it by adding the eggs. Heat the oil and add a bit of curry leaves as a seasoning. After you hear the crackling of the curry leaves, you can add the marinated chicken pieces one by one. Some people also tend to add spices at this point. However, it makes the chicken 65 too spicy. Serve it hot, which is one of the best options you can come across. However, procure farm fresh chicken to get the best taste.
To make this recipe, you only need to get some good quality chicken; for this, the ultimate option you can rely on is Zorabian Chicken!
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