Winner Winner Chicken Dinner! For all chicken lovers, it is more than simply a phrase.
Chicken is almost every meat eater's favorite dish. Chicken has a very adaptable flavor that goes well with all kinds of spices, is light on the stomach, and low in unhealthy fats.
Whether you're looking for crispy Chicken Fingers, smoky Tandoori chicken, or spicy Chicken Manchurian, we've got you covered.
This chicken finger recipe calls for boneless chicken strips marinated in garlic buttermilk, then gently breaded and deep-fried until brown. The tender chicken and a melange of spices, make this appetizer the best.
This ultra-crispy coating with tender juicy chicken is a classic for a reason!
Craving for an exotic snack? Chicken Fingers are your best bet.
Chicken Spring Roll
Chicken Spring Rolls are a classic Chinese dish, equally popular in India too. This simple snack recipe, made with minced chicken and fresh noodles, goes well with cold beverages.
When topped with chopped spring onions and served hot with red chili sauce or tomato ketchup these tasty, crunchy spring rolls are amazing.
Try these tasty Spring rolls right now!
Chicken Seekh Kebab
Kebabs are famous all around the world for all the right reasons. They are not only delicious and simple to eat, but are also quite healthy. Traditionally grilled in a tandoor with minced chicken and fragrant Indian spices.
This delicious Chicken Seekh Kebab is served with hot parathas and green chutney. Taste the ultimate melt-in-the-mouth delicacy now!
Did you know that the term "chicken lollipop" refers to how chicken wings look after trimming? Yes, the chicken wing meat is partially sliced from the bone and pressed down to create the lollipop-like look, a process known as "frenching."
These fried chicken wings are juicy and flavorful on the inside and superbly crisp on the outside.
Served with spicy schezwan sauce or sweet chili garlic dip, its heavenly taste will make you crave it regularly!
Nothing beats a plateful of delicious momos.
The word "momos" is derived from the Chinese language meaning “steamed bread”. This Tibetan snack recipe is very similar to Chinese dumplings. It's also one of India's most delicious street foods, and munching it never gets boring!
These soft, juicy dumplings are traditionally steamed and made with boiling chicken, onion, ginger, green chili, soy sauce, and a little salt.
It is usually served with red momos chutney and white sauce.
Chicken Samosa is one of the most delicious dishes made during popular Indian festivals. It is a deep-fried delicacy with a crispy patty filled with delicious Chicken masala, where chicken is cooked and flavored with other ingredients.
Crispy from the outside and soft from the inside, these Samosas are a delicious appetizer for your house parties or even a side dish for your weekend meals.
The seasoned minced chicken stuffing inside will definitely excite your taste buds, and your craving for these delights will never end!
Chicken Manchurian is a yummy Indo-Chinese dish made of fried chicken in Manchurian sauce. The crispy-coated boneless chicken pieces are served with a spicy, tangy brown or red sauce. A perfect combination of protein-rich chicken & healthy veggies!
Treat yourself to this yummy delicacy!
One of the spiciest chicken dishes of South Indian cuisine, Chicken 65, is a meat lover's delight. Chicken 65 is made using chicken marinated in spices and flavored with yogurt and tomato ketchup.
This spicy chicken 65 meal is for all you spice fans out there.
A perfectly seasoned dish to savor!
Tandoori chicken is an insanely delicious and smokey chicken appetizer that you will love.
The chicken is traditionally roasted or grilled in a tandoor or clay oven after being marinated in thick yogurt with flavorful basic spices and powders.
Try the scrumptious and smokey Tandoori Chicken right away!
Chicken Sukka is a dry or semi-dry Chicken Curry from Mangalorean Cuisine. For Mangalorean Chicken Sukka, chicken is cooked in a masala consisting of aromatic onions, garlic, and ginger along with ghee, ground dry-roasted whole spices, and golden roasted coconut.
Time for some delicious Mangalorean- style feast!
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