Thanks a lot Remya! Happy to hear that you liked it. Thanks for trying out my recipe :)
thank you...simple but really tasty..
Thanks a lot :)
Very nicely explained.
Let me try and give my feed back
Nice.simple yummy recipe.w ell explained👌👌👌
Thanks a lot!
Thanks for the super simple recipe. Taste wise it was awesome and delicious.
Thanks for trying out my recipe. Happy to hear that you liked it :)
I came across this recipe of yours while searching over the internet, when I thought of treating family over weekend. The steps as explained were of great help as I'm not a gifted cook or someone who cooks regularly. Except for reducing pepper content to suit our tolerance level, I have sticked on to your instructions. In the end, family got to enjoy a great meal. That's why I thought of sharing my gratitude for sharing this recipe.
What kerala side dish would you recommend to make with this?
Looking forward to trying out this recipe. What type of chicken would work best with this- thighs or mixed pieces? Also, has anyone tried this with boneless chicken ?
Thighs and mixed pieces will work out for this. I don’t prefer boneless breast piece. It doesn’t have much fat on it. Boneless thigh piece is fine. Just cut it into 2-inch pieces and use it.
Thanks so much, can’t wait to try this!
I am planning to try this with boneless chicken thigh cubes (about 2" cubes). how long does it take to cook the boneless chicken thighs fully after coating with the masalas in a covered pan? Do you use a medium flame for the cooking or a low flame? I’m asking these questions because I have overcooked my chicken on some occasions.
It should take around 15 - 20 minutes. Cook it over low - medium flame. Once the water comes out of the chicken, the medium flame is fine.