Chicken 65




Chicken 65
Chicken 65 is a spicy, deep-fried chicken dish popular in  India as a bar snack or starter. The flavour of the dish comes from ginger, garlic and lemon.


Ingredients
  • 1lb Boneless Chicken Breast pieces(medium-sized)
  • 1/2 tsp Garam masala powder
  • 1 tbsp Red Chilly Powder
  • 1 tbsp Yogurt
  • 2tsp Ginger-Garlic Paste
  • Salt to Taste
  • Fresh Coriander Leaves
  • Lemon Pieces
  • Few drops of Red Food Color
  • Oil for frying


Directions
Mix Yogurt, Garam Masala, Chilly powder, ginger-garlic paste, food color and salt together to make a smooth paste in a large bowl. Add the chicken pieces and coat with the paste. Keep it refrigerated for 2-3 hours. Heat vegetable oil in a deep fryer to 350 degree F and fry the chicken pieces until  it turn golden brown color. Garnish with Lemon and Coriander leaves.



Comments

  1. That's an interesting chicken dish....looks so intriguing.
    Why is it called 65?

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  2. lovely pic and recipe vrinda! and love the new look of the site!

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  3. Very colorful and tempting food!

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  4. Mmmmmmm, succulent pieces of chicken, looks so delicious!!!!the recipe sounds simple and quick, one of my favourite chicken dishes!!

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  5. One of my favourite way of eating chicken. Looks so vibrant and so so dleicous. Crunch

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  6. wor wor, I love deep fry chicken, I will definitely try this out, look so delicious!

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  7. 1st thing ordered at the restaurant by my kids.....They love this.Yummy

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  8. ohh god!! i m drooling seeing the pic!!..perfect vrinda!!.its so easy to amke..since fasting is going on now, i cant eat chicken but will surely try :)

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  9. Fantastic flavors with ginger, garlic and lemon!

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  10. Simple n easy slurpy chicken!! YUMMM!!!

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  11. wow what a tempting click, feel like having my fav rt now..very very beautiful click vrinda

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  12. Tempting 65!!looks fantastic and prefect feast for NV lovers..

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  13. wow!!! adipoli..excellent click too...love the color..

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  14. Wow, luk at the colour...its very tempting.

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  15. Control nashtapettu makale..Colourful and fabulous...

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  16. eeshwaraaaaaaaaaa...ente vrinda kutty....sherikkum kothippichuttoo....fantastic presentation....really colorful...

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  17. Mmm...this looks so delicious. Nice cliks!

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  18. enttamoooo..enthu bangiya kannan

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  19. Vrinda,

    Chicken 65 looks really yummy

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  20. Restaurant il ninu kituna athe lookkkkk..Ushnish ji of curries and recipes has suggested to try out his chicken 65..kure nalayi athu try cheyanam nu vicharikunu...Ithu kandapolanu athu eniyum try cheythilallo nu orthathu..

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  21. Awesome click....colorful and delicious.

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  22. lovely dish. my family loves any 65 dish and will make this for them soon. great pic as always.

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  23. DeaR Vrinda
    How are you?
    My all time favourite dish. I like this method. It is quite fast, will try soon.
    Your comment at my blog..actually I was trying to consolidate my blogs and post...but my mistake , I pressed the publish botton..so you got the intimation on your dash board.
    will take some time to make it and post.
    have a nice week

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  25. adipoli..a must have item in Hyderabad restaurants:-) lovely clicks Vrinda

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  26. wow vrinda very tempting chicken 65, i love it...nice recipe n superb pics

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  27. I too love this Vrinda..my fav chicken dish...looks so inviting :)

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  28. I can't believe how incredibly delicious this looks! I wish I had some right now!

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  29. ayyo... what is this... I was away for some weeks and when I am back I see the blog relaced. :) kollam.

    chicken 65, then name is only 65. I never noticed 65 pieces of chicken in it. Your version looks delicious.

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  30. Now I am running at ur home! Looking extremely delicious!

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  31. Mmmm my mouth is watering... :) The chicken looks perfect!

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  32. wonderful vrinda :) the chicken 65 looks absolutely delish!! the previous post of fish curry god!! heavenly...

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  33. fantastique comme recette j'adore le poulet j'en prends note
    bonne journée et à bientôt

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  34. wow..amazing picture...delicious fry

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  35. Entamme..vayil kappalodan thodaghi..chicken kanichinghane kothipikkathe dear..Kidulam!!

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  36. Love the yogurt marinade and it looks grand. I thought there were going to be 65 ingredients....

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  37. Great new look! This dish reminds me of a favorite of mine at a local restaurant. I'm sure it's delicious!

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  38. Wow..nice recipe.. I have a slightly different version.. your photography is superb ...

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  39. I feel in love with this dish when I visited India for the first time 5 years ago.This is so awesome!!

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  40. Fabulous. What does the name of your blog mean? You have an incredible pallate. Keri, (a.k.a. Sam)

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  41. looks perfect have to try it sometime..

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