Ask any non-veg lover to define chicken; the only answer you will get is satisfaction. One of the most popular meats among every non-vegetarian across India, chicken is one versatile food that can be whipped up into countless number of dishes. From the traditional recipes like chicken curry, chicken kosha, Chettinad chicken etc. to the DIY original recipes - this food ingredient gives a chef enough room for experimentation. In fact, if you explore, you will find a plethora of recipes around that can help you put together a complete meal spread (sans dessert) with just one ingredient (chicken). Besides being a versatile food, chicken is also known to be a storehouse of protein. Health and nutrition experts often recommend chicken as a part of our daily diet, especially for the ones who are looking to lose some weight or build muscle. Chicken is also dubbed good for strengthening bones and aiding heart health.
We found a popular chicken recipe that can be just the buddy you are looking for to accompany your evening chai or movie or game night! It's the scrumptious crispy chicken popcorn. This bite-sized flavourful and crunchy delight is easy to make and is ideal to nibble any time you want. This street-style chicken popcorn recipe is shared by vlogger Vipin Singh on his YouTube channel 'Food Fatafat'.
How To Make Crispy Chicken Popcorn:
For the recipe, you have to first marinate the chicken for half an hour with salt, garlic powder, red chilli powder, vinegar, soya sauce, red chilli sauce, black pepper and milk. Meanwhile, take some all-purpose flour, corn flour, garlic powder, red paprika and salt in a bowl and dry mix them. Coat the chicken pieces with the flour mix and deep fry them. All you need to do now is sprinkle some chaat masala on the chicken popcorns and indulge.
Here's The Step-By-Step-Recipe Video For Street-Style Crispy Chicken Popcorn:
What are you waiting for? Prepare yourself a bowl of lip-smacking crispy chicken popcorn today and bid adieu to the mid-week blues. Bon Appetit!
About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.