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Kerala Fried Chicken
20 mins Cooking Time
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If you're looking for a non-vegetarian snack that is sugar-free, high protein, low carb, zero trans fat and gluten-free, then Kerala Fried Chicken is the perfect recipe for you. Learn how to make this Kerala Chicken Fry Recipe the FitterEats way! This savoury Indian snack is a perfect accompaniment to a rainy day or a lazy weekend. Made of chicken and rich in protein, you will love having this Yummy Fried Chicken for mid-morning, evening, dinner or lunch with chicken rice thick soup with butter, chicken manchow soup, Chinese chicken thick soup or chicken vegetable thick soup with butter. Then, try this Chicken Dry-Fry recipe at the comfort of your home.
- 75 Gm Chicken, Breast
- 1 Tbsp Corn Flour
- 1 Tbsp Rice Flour
- 1 Tbsp Curd
- 1 Tsp Ginger Garlic Paste
- 1 Tsp Red Chilli Flakes
- 1/2 Tsp Lemon Juice
- 1/4 Tsp Garam Masala
- 1/4 Tsp Coriander Powder (Dhania)
- 1/4 Tsp Black Pepper Powder
- 1/8 Tsp Turmeric Powder (Haldi)
- 1/2 Tsp Salt
- For Frying Oil
- As Required Water
Take a mixing bowl to add curd, red chilli flakes, dhania powder, ginger garlic paste, lemon juice, garam masala powder, haldi, salt, black pepper powder and mix well
Further, add rice flour, cornflour and mix into a paste
Pour in a little water to obtain slight liquid consistency, mix and add chicken pieces
Marinate the chicken, making sure its coated very well with all the spices and keep aside
Heat oil for frying in a pan, add the previously marinated chicken and fry till golden brown and garnish with hung curd
Serve hot and fresh
*Percentage Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Disclaimer: Nutrition information is based on standard serving sizes and recipes as prepared by Fitterfly. Actual nutritional values may vary because of variations in portion size or recipes, continuous data changes by these sources, changes in growing seasons, or differences in the sources of ingredients. We may update this information from time to time and change the way we calculate Nutrition data. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice, but calorie needs vary based on multiple factors. For some ingredients, nutrient information is not available and they may not reflect accurately in the Label. Please consult your doctor or a Registered Dietitian if you are on a medically restricted diet.
Reference: Indian Food Composition Tables 2017, National Institute of Nutrition; Nutritive Value of Indian Foods 2016, National Institute of Nutrition (Indian Council of Medical Research)
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Values estimated based on person weighing 60 kgs.