Monday, January 19, 2009

HONEY CHICKEN


Can you smell some romance in the air ? yes you have guessed it right I am talking about the very special day of every loving heart the Valentine Day. Count down has already began and few friends of mine started their shopping too. But I am collecting recipes for that special day not only for myself but to share with you all. My first recipe on this series is Honey Chicken. Enjoy this special dish , a bit little spicy but I think spring is the idle time to be a little liberal with foods, after all its time to pamper our hearts. But with all this liberation message don’t forget your regular fitness plan . Take care of your heart because it is the most precious and priceless place , as all your beloved stays over there !

INGREDIENTS:
Chicken               boneless cube 500grm
Lemon juice 2 tbsp
Fresh mint leaves paste 1 1/2 tbsp
Corn flour 2 1/2 tbsp
Egg 1
Onion 1 big finely chopped
Green chilly 3 or according to taste
finely chopped
Bell pepper 1 cubed
Honey 2 tbsp
Spring onion handful finely chopped
Ginger 1tbsp fine julians

White sesame 3 tbsp
Vegetable oil 10 tbsp (don’t get nervous)
Salt according to taste
Black pepper ½ tsp



PROCEDURE:

First of all marinate the chicken with lemon juice for 1 hr. After that drain the lemon juice and take the chicken cubes in a bowl add salt , mint paste, egg and corn flour mix them very well . Then sprinkle the sesame seeds above it, now fry the chicken. Put it on a tissue paper and let it soak all the excess oil in it.
Now put another pan on flame. Give 1 ½ tbsp of oil (you can also use sesame oil for this) give chopped onion stir till transparent now add bell pepper green chilly and stir for a minute. Add the fried chicken toss a little bit. Now add honey, spring onion , ginger julian ,salt and black pepper . Stir a little bit and its ready to serve.
Noodles and rice is best with it. But you can also try it with bread , I hope it will definitely spice up your romantic dinner date.
Let me know whether your honey loved it or not.
BE HAPPY.


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