Chicken Vindaloo

Ingredients
  • 2 Medium onions - thinly sliced
  • 1 tbsp tomato paste
  • 1/2 tsp Cumin powder
  • 1 tsp chilli powder
  • 1/2 tsp Coiander powder
  • 2 tsp Ginger garlic paste
  • 1/2 tsp black pepper powder
  • 1 tsp vinegar
  • a pinch of fenugreek powder
  • 4 piece chicken thighs cut into medium pieces.
  • 2 tbsp vegetable oil
  • Coriander/Mint leaves to garnish
Diections
Heat oil in a pan and fry the onions till they turn brown color. Remove the onion
from the oil and keep it in a kitchen towel to remove excess oil. Heat the pan with
a little bit of oil and slightly roast the cumin powder, chilli powder, coriander powder
ginger garlic paste, the pepper powder and fenugreek powder. Blend the spice mixture
with little bit of water to a smooth paste and apply to the chicken and keep it for 20 minutes. Blend the onion with vinegar to a smooth paste and keep it aside. Heat a thick bottomed vessel and add the marinated chicken and start cooking it covered at medium heat. Add the tomato paste and onion paste after about 10 minutes and cook until chicken is fully cooked and the gravy is thick. Garnish with Mint leaves.
Recipe courtesy :Mahesh

Comments

  1. Wow that vindaloo looks so fiery delcious.
    Love the pic.

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  2. Chicken vindaloo looks great... nice click ..

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  3. nice click ..i am veggitarian soo try the same with vegetables ...thanks for shairng

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  4. Nice click.. looking so good. I am vegetarian so i can admire this and color is really tempting me vrinda.. looking professional as in hotels

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  5. yeah as mangala says should try the veggie version.. looks great

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  6. Fantastic picture.Looks delicious and colorful.

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  7. Chicken vindaloo looks so spicy and delicious! I love this dish and used to order it every time I went to an Indian restuarant here. Never tried making it though. You have tempted me enough to give this a try :D

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  8. chicken vindaloo looks delicious..i love teh color..looks so fierce..

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  9. Delicious vindaloo...just a lovely dish, looks gorgeous!

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  10. Slurrp, slurrp they look very tempting and yummy!!! lovely color and love the way its made!!!

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  11. yummy click vrinda..looking delicious..

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  12. I'm going to try these this weekend ! thanks for the recipe !.. ur chicken looks super yummy !

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  13. nice click.....I don't eat chicken so don't know anything abt it :))

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  14. That vindaloo sounds delicious, I would love to try to make it! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  15. tht's a nice click vrinda!!!!

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  16. I had wondered what Chicken Vindaloo was ever since hearing it on a English Comedy "Red Dwarf". The only meal left onboard the Starship was Chicken Vindaloo and the only human alive seemed to enjoy it. Now I know. Though, I had assumed it was EXCEPTIONALLY curried-up. Thanks

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  17. yum yum yum, nice color, will love that with some rotis!

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  18. Looks heavenly...really tempting.

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  19. Thanks for your visit, you have a nice blog. I want to make that chicken, it looks delicious.

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  20. Awesome-reminds me of the vindaloos I've eaten in Goa :)

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  21. Chicken dishes are always so tempting to me... This one looks nice and simple and so tasty :)

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  22. Hi Mahesh n Vrinda,
    Great recipe!! Just tried it today and loved the curry. My hubby did the cooking and he is very proud about his creation :-) Thanks a lot. Hope you guys had a wonderful Onam with your little ones.

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