Kerala is home to some of the most popular non-vegetarian delicacies in south India. From a wide range of lip-smacking curries to delicious seafood - it has it all. The state also offers a multitude of vegetarian dishes, however, its non-vegetarian food is what sets it apart from others. The predominant usage of curry leaves and coconut gives it a distinct taste. And one such dish that has captured the hearts of many is Kerala-style chicken. Adding to the list, here we bring you another delectable Kerala-style chicken recipe. It is Kerala-style pepper chicken. A quick and easy dry roast chicken recipe - it will surely tantalise your taste buds.
Also read: How To Make Kerala-Style Chilli Chicken Under 30 Mins
If you're someone who loves all things spicy, then this recipe is just for you. Chicken pieces are marinated in a blend of flavourful spices, whole pepper and dry roasted in coconut oil over low flame. Pepper adds the right amount of zing and spice to this recipe. Once done, garnish the chicken with fresh curry leaves and serve hot with boiled rice or any bread of your choice. Find the full recipe for this dish below.
Kerala-Style Pepper Chicken Recipe: How To Make Kerala-Style Pepper Chicken
To begin with the recipe, you first need to marinate the chicken pieces with lemon juice, turmeric powder, pepper powder and salt. Grind coarsely whole pepper and fennel seeds. Keep aside. Next, heat coconut oil in a kadhai. Add sliced onion and green chilli. Let it saute on medium heat until golden brown.
Add finely chopped garlic, ginger. Mix well. Add red chilli powder, coriander powder, garam masala and salt. Now, add the marinated chicken pieces and mix well. Add the vinegar, cover the kadhai and let it cook for some time. PS: If there is too much water, allow it to evaporate on high heat.
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