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19 Feb 2011

Andhra Chicken Fry

I hadn't got a chance to taste Andhra chicken fry before, so am not sure about the look and taste of this dish.. :) I was happy when I tried this recipe, my family enjoyed it. I think this should be little more colorful.. Any way it reminded me of the "chicken chukka"that we would buy from the restaurant near by our residence in Dubai.

chicken 500 g
onion 2
garlic paste 2 tsp
ginger paste 2 tsp
turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
coriander powder 1 tsp
kashmiri chilli powder 2 tsp
garam masala powder 1 tsp
curry leaves few
green chillies 3
dry red chillies 2

How to prepare,
Heat oil.
Saute dry red chillies, chopped onion, garlic and ginger paste and green chillies slit until slightly brown.
Add chicken pieces with all powders and salt.
Pour little water and allow to cook.
Reduce water by cooking on a low flame, after chicken is cooked well, let all masalas coat on chicken pieces.
Garnish with coriander leaves.
Serve hot.


  1. Looks awesome seena.Andhra Chicken is delicious.

  2. Lovely seena very easy and tasty too.

  3. You have a lovely blog!
    I would like to invite you to a monthly cooking event to share our dishes inspired by Kerala- "Kerala Kitchen" that Ria of Ria's collection and I are hosting.

    Here is the event page if you'd be interested in joining us to share our love for Kerala cuisine!

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  4. Dear Seena
    It looks very nice and tasty

  5. hey love ur site.. been trying most of the recipes.. i even share them with my mom.. u mentioned chicken chukka here.. can u plz plz post tht recipe ?
    even i was brought up in dubai nd i just love the chukka recipes in the mallu restaurants out thr.. nice nd red nd tany nd tomato taste...
    hope u can post the recipe soon.

  6. Rashmi,
    let me get a good recipe for chukka.. hope you can wait.. Don't forget to leave your comments when you try from here.. c u, :)

  7. the chicken was appreciated by my husband who rarely compliments....thanks Seena. Also can you tell me exactly the ingredients used to make the garam masala for this recipe. I believe that the type of garam masala that we use in non veg items gives it its unique flavour.


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