CHICKEN FRY - THATTUKADA CHICKEN FRY / STREET VENDORS STYLE CHICKEN FRY

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

CHICKEN FRY - THATTUKADA CHICKEN FRY / STREET VENDORS STYLE CHICKEN FRY

Hai friends. Welcome to AYESHAS KITCHEN. Today lets make a Kerala street food style chicken fry today. We all know that Kerala dishes are very popular around the world because of its unique taste and flavor. Keralites use natural taste enhancer to make their dish irresistible. The use of curry leaves, fried onion, fried chilies, coconut oil gives the dish an  authentic taste of kerala. Kerala thattukada chicken fry / street food style chicken fry is a special  chicken fry recipe from South indian state which is spicy and has distinct flavor. Street food / Thattukada is a small road side food stalls selling hot delicious dishes. This local street food stalls in Kerala will be open in the evening and the main attraction will be poratta , beef fry, dosa , omelette, chicken fry, meen mulakittath, chicken ularthiyath like so. Though the food tastes awesome, we can't assure the quality and cleanliness. So why can't we go for a copycat recipe of the same at home? Food and movies, me and hubby's best way for entertainment. So we love to taste food from such food stalls / street vendors. The dishes of roadside vendors will be spicy and sometimes i can't bear that much heat. So lets see how to make kerala thattukada style chicken fry recipe / chicken varuthathu / chicken porichath / spicy tangy chicken fry / simple chicken fry / yummy chicken recipes / chicken fry recipe / fried chicken / indian street food recipes/ street food vendors chicken recipes.




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INGREDIENTS

Chicken   (bone in)                 - 500 g, cut into bite size pieces
Rice powder                            - 2 tbsp
Green chilies                            - 3 nos, garnishing
Dried red chilies                       - 2 nos, garnishing
Onion rings                              - few, garnishing
Curry leaves                             - few, garnishing
Coconut Oil for frying

For grinding

Dried red chilies                          - 3 nos, add as per your preference
Kashmir chili powder                  - 2 tsp
Coriander powder                         - half tbsp
Fennel seed powder                      - half tsp
Vinegar                                          - 2 tbsp
Garlic                                             - 4 cloves
Chicken cube                                 - half a piece   
Salt to taste           


PREPARATION









  • Grind together all the ingredients given under ' for grinding ' to a smooth thick paste. Do not add water while grinding.
  • Marinate the chicken pieces with this marinade and keep refrigerated for 30 minutes. (preferably for more hours)
  • When done, heat a nonstick deep bottomed pan and add oil for deep frying.
  • Once the oil turns hot, fry the onion rings and set aside. Then fry green chiles, red chilies and curry leaves. Set aside. (be careful while frying chilies).
  • Now add the rice powder to the marinated chicken and combine well. Add each chicken pieces to the hot oil and fry both sides until golden and crisp . Fry in batches. 
  • Transfer to a serving plate along with the fried ingredients and serve hot. Yummy.
NOTE : Always use chili powder and dried red chilies as per your heat tolerance. I am using kashmir chili powder which is very less hot compared to normal chili powder.
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