Friday, May 12, 2006

Chicken Mangeria/Mango Chicken

This dish is original a Thai dish but I tried to belend it with Into Indian style,In Andhra we make Mango chicken but that is totally different from this version. Did u feel the name looks different this name for this dish was given by my kids. Hope u all will like it too. so here comes the recipe for chicken mangeria:)

 

TO prepare Chicken Mangeria we need:

1 pound/lb boneless chicken breast.
1 small onion sliced.
5-6 Mango slices(raw or we can also use the half ripe ones also).
1 bell pepper sliced (I did not add to this as my kids dont like it).
2-3 jalepeno peppers sliced.
1/4 tspn turmeric powder.
1/2 tspn ginger garlic paste.
1/4 tspn garam masala powder.
salt to taste.

For tadaka/teeragamotha/poppu/seasoning.

oil.
few curry leaves.
1/4 tspn cumin seeds.

fresh coriander leaves to garnish.


Method:

Slice the boneless chicken breast into 2 inch piecesand shallow fry them unti golden brown and keep aside.

Now take a fry pan and heat it up, when the pan is warm enough add oil to it, when the oil is warm add cumin seeds and let it start crcking later add curry leaves and fry for a second. Now add add sliced onion and sliced jalepeno peppers and fry for a while until they become soft(half cooked). When the onion/chillies are half cooked add bell peppers sliced, mango sliced pieces, ginger garlic paster, turmeric powder, salt, chicken fried pieces,and mix them all together and fry for a while.Now add water if u like ur curry to be gravy consistency and cook for a while at the end add garam masala powder and cook for few mnts. Remove from the stove and set the chicken in the serving bowl and garnish with fresh coriander.


Here the chicken Mangeria is ready to eat. It very well goes with sizzling hot rice or rotis. Posted by Picasa

10 comments:

sailaja said...

I like this fusion chicken-mango dish,Tanuja. Try cheyalli!

KrishnaArjuna said...

Looks delicious Tanuja! Great picture. I tried something on the similar lines at a thai place recently. It was more like curry(made with coconut milk I guess)but it was really good!!

Sumitha said...

Wow,nice picture,makes my mouth water!should definetly try this!

RP said...

Looks very delicious. I will try it soon.

Lakshmi said...

first time ...to this chicken MAngeria, never heard it before, want to have a bite Tanuja.

Santhi said...

Chicken Mangeria Indeed :):):).
Loosk delicious....

Puspha said...

Very nice combo. I've eaten the chinese style mango chicken. I'm gonna try ur recipe as well.

Cooking Theory said...

Mango chicken chalaa baagundi Tanuja. Try chestaanu:)

Smitha said...

Looks delicious and nice picture. i will try sometime

Anonymous said...

Hey this i cool

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