Chicken dishes are the pillars of non-vegetarian cuisine. They can be as quick or time-consuming as you want them to be, they come in a great variety and are usually loved by all. Despite this fact, when guests come unannounced or we get sudden hunger pangs, we magically forget about every single quick non-veg dish that ever existed. Our mind goes blank as we try to think of a chicken starter that is quick, appetizing, and will win our hearts in the very first bite itself. So, if you've found yourself in this position more than once, here is an easy chicken entrée dish that you will love making every single time - Chicken Masala chops.
Chicken masala chop is made by cooking chicken chunks in a thick gravy made with loads of onions and spices. The dish has a slightly sweet undertone to it, balanced perfectly by the tangy lime juices and fresh coriander used to garnish it. You can make the dish as a starter, or serve it with rice or roti by making a gravy out of it. Slow-cooked in the exotic flavors of ghee roasted onion masala, every single bite of the chicken is juicy, tender, and dripping with deliciousness. With very few ingredients and efforts, this chicken dish is a must-have in your party menu too. Interested to try it out? Read on to find the recipe.
How To Make Chicken Masala Chop l Chicken Masala Chop Recipe:
In a pan add ghee and roast the chopped onions, ginger garlic paste, and other spices like red chili powder, garam masala, etc. Keep cooking the onions till they have released all their oils and the masala is soft; now add the chicken and mix. Put on a lid and cook for almost 30 mins on a low flame. If you see the chicken pieces are soft and leaving the bone, the dish is done. Take off the heat, garnish with a handful of chopped coriander, and drizzle lemon juice on top. Serve hot and enjoy!
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