Ingredients

400 grams chicken meat
1/4 ginger
5 cloves garlic
1/2 lemon
25 grams coriander
2 bulbs shallot
1 chili
3 grams dill powder
10 grams white sugar
1/2 of a cup cooking oil

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How To Make Sweet And Sour Chicken

How To Make Sweet And Sour Chicken

Features:
  • Sour
  • Sweet
Cuisine:

Indian sweet and sour chicken – unforgettable delicious tasty

  • 45 minutes
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

Directions

How to make sweet and sour chicken with Indian recipe will bring us a different delicious chicken dish in our meals. Also, sweet flavor and sour flavor combining harmonically surely attract everyone to enjoy the meal. More especially, with Indian recipe, how to make sweet and sour chicken have some differences compared to other recipes. This creates the special of this dish.  So, in this article, we will introduce how to make sweet and sour chicken with Indian recipe.

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Steps

1
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First, process the ingredients: wash the coriander, peel the shallot and garlic, and cut ginger into slices. Also, cut the chicken meat into pieces with a medium size.

2
Done

Put all the processed ingredients except for chicken meat in a blender to crush finely.

3
Done

Marinate pieces of chicken meat with the already crushed mixture for about 20 minutes.

4
Done

Next, steam the chicken meat pieces for 15 minutes. Then put them on a sieve to remove water. We also can cook them in the microwave for 20 minutes.

5
Done

Heat up the cooking oil in a pan, then fry the chicken meat pieces until their color turns into yellow. Next, take them out to remove the oil.

6
Done

Put these pieces on a plate and decorate it with coriander and lemon to make it eye-catching. The flavor of this dish is very peculiar to India.

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