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20 Oct 2010

Lahori Murgh / Lahori Chicken

I love Pakistani dishes. I think my readers will be happy seeing some Pak recipes here. This time I have brought a simple chicken curry for you, Lahori Murg, from the famous cuisine of Lahore, Pakistan. This is a very easy preparation , cooking chicken in a coarse paste of onions , tomatoes and other spices! Forget about coconut and coriander powder, try out this, hope you are going to love it...



Ingredients,
chicken 250g / 1/4kg
onion 2 medium
tomato 2
garlic and ginger paste 1 tsp each
green chillies 4 or more
coriander leaves few chopped
Kashmiri chili powder 1 tsp
pepper powder 2 tsp
garam masala 1/4 tsp
oil
salt



How I prepared
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Wash and clean chicken pieces.
Grind onion and green chillies in a grinder to make a coarse paste.
Grind tomatoes also.
Heat oil, saute onion and green chilly paste.
When the color changes slightly, saute garlic and ginger paste too.
Add chicken and tomato along with powders and salt.
Pour little water enough to make chicken cook.
Cook until the chicken is done and you get a thick curry.
Serve hot with ginger julienned and coriander leaves.

16 comments:

  1. Wowo looks super delicous, i am sure bookmarking this one and gonna make them one of these days.

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  2. I am always looking for new chicken and mutton recipes. Looks delicious!

    zaiqa.net

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  3. ooh itha...i love pakistani recipes....luking forward to more...
    zeb

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  4. Looks yummy. Would you have Lahori vegetarian recipes too?

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  5. seena

    thank u seena for d pakistani dish.

    i hv new facebook friend who is very much attached to this kind of varieties.
    i shall send her d linik.

    saadhikkathe kidakkunna oru aagraham undu.!

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  6. I'm always on the lookout for new chicken recipes =)

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  7. Thanks Friends!

    Swapna, Let me try out few and will come back , Insha Allah.. :)

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  8. I tried this recepie.and it was very delicious

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  9. Besides Kashmiri Chilli powder what other powder can i use since i can't get the said chilli powder.

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  10. Thanks Sumayya! :)

    Becky, You can use paprika powder instead.

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  11. Hi Seena,
    Thanks for the recipe. The curry turned out to be good. but I feel there was some row taste of onions still in the gravy. should I saute onion-chilly paste for more time? also the paste was smooth and not coarse. does it alter taste or gravy?

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  12. make coarse paste, may be the smooth paste is the reason for raw taste...

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  13. Turned out well and ate it with chapatis. It was very simple to make. Thanks

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