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Chicken Cooking Times

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  • Fish is naturally tender, requiring short cooking times at high temperatures. Allow 10 minutes per inch of thickness (at the thickest part) for fresh fish, 20 minutes per inch for frozen fish.
  • a domestic fowl bred for flesh or eggs; believed to have been developed from the red jungle fowl
  • Cowardly
  • easily frightened
  • the flesh of a chicken used for food

Chicken Curry
Chicken Curry
I learnt this recipe by watching one of my friends cook & from other recipes I've seen. I like this curry because it's coconut based and I love coconut. It's also convenient because the chicken cooks while you prepare the curry so it takes less time. It also gives you creative freedom. You can vary the taste and colour of the curry (varying from red / brown / green / white) just by varying the amount of corriander leaves / red chilli and other spices in the 'gunpowder' Cook Chicken The chicken is fried in oil to seal the meat. This makes the pieces firm and they would not crumble even if you overcook it. 1. Skin, clean and cut a Whole chicken (medium size - approx 1.5 kg). 2. Heat 3 tbsp oil in a thick bottomed vessel. Add 1/2 tsp turmeric powder and stir. Add one chopped onion to it and fry for a minute. 3. Add the chicken pieces and stir fry for 5 min. 4. Add water and cook till almost done. Curry base This forms the bulk of the gravy Puree the following in a blender: 1/4th grated coconut 10gm corriander leaves 1 onion 4 cloves garlic Gunpowder This is what adds the punch & taste to the curry. Here's where your creativity comes in. You can use any spice mix that you fancy or even plain garam masala from an Indian store. Dry roast the following and grind to a fine powder in a mill 8 dry red chillies with stalk & seeds removed (The long red ones available in Indian stores - they are 2-3 inches long) 2 inch cinnamon piece 8 cloves 8 green cardamoms 2 black cardamoms 2 star anise 2 tbsp corriander seeds Put it all together 1. Heat 3 tbsp oil in a thick bottomed vessel. 2. Add the curry base and fry for 10-15 min on a medium flame until it becomes dry and a film of oil appears. 3. Add the 'gunpowder' spice mix and stir until it is blended into the curry base. 4. Pick out the cooked chicken pieces from the stock and add them to the vessel. Retain the stock liquid to add later. 5. Stir fry until the curry paste has coated the chicken pieces. 6. Add the stock liquid and boil until the chicken is well done.
Mom's Curry Chicken - A Childhood Favorite [Recipe 004]
Mom's Curry Chicken - A Childhood Favorite [Recipe 004]
This curry is a favorite childhood dish of mine. My mom has cooked it for me a bazillion times and I finally have cooked it for myself! When it comes to my mom's recipe's there aren't any set measurements for ingredients. She goes on memory and adds ingredients if the taste isn't right. So when I made this recipe, I had to go by what my gut told me was right. My mom did give me general amounts of things to use though luckily. Ingredients: • ginger root • chopped garlic • olive oil • 1 yellow onion, chopped • madras curry powder • salt & pepper • ~6 boneless chicken thighs, chopped into 4ths • 2 cans coconut milk • vegetables (can choose from carrots, potatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, and anything else you'd think would be tasty in a curry) Directions: Chop up onions and slice the ginger. Put olive oil, ginger, and the chopped garlic into a large cooking pot and cook until the ginger is browned a little. Add the onions and stir fry until they are cooked then add 2 level tablespoons of the madras curry powder. Mix around a bit and then put in the chicken. Cook the chicken until there is no pink coloring and then a little bit more. Add some salt and pepper, mix, then add the 2 cans of coconut milk. Cover pot and let it cook for awhile until the sauce is slightly boiling. Check to see if the chicken is cooked, if it is almost cooked, add the carrots and let that sit for a little while. Then add the broccoli and cauliflower. Cook until done.

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