Wednesday, January 5, 2011

KOZHI ULLARTHIYATHU/CHICKEN ULLARTHU WITH COCONUT.


Chicken (medium cut pieces) - 1kg
Pearl onions (lengthy diced) - 4- 5 no s
Ginger - 2 tabs
Garlic - 2 tabs
Chili Powder - 3 to 4 tabs
Turmeric Powder - ½ tsp.
Cumin Powder - ½ tsp.
Fenugreek Powder - a pinch
Coriander Powder - 2 tsp.
Garam Masala/chicken Masala - 1 tsp.
Coconut Oil - 5 tsp.
Salt - to taste
Coriander leaves - a spring
Grated Coconut - 1 cup
Pepper powder - ½ tsp.




How to Prepare:

1. Clean and cut the chicken pieces and keep it aside.


2. In a Blender ,Add grated coconut ,Pearl onions ,Ginger and garlic ,turmeric powder ,cumin powder ,chili powder ,pepper powder ,coriander powder ,fenugreek powder ,salt and garam masala or chicken masala and whip for 3 to 4 times only to get a finer form.no need to become a paste so whip only.


3. Apply this mixture to the chicken and mix well together and keep it aside for at least 30 to 45 minutes.


4. Take a bottom thick nonstick pan, Heat 1 tabs of oil in it, add the marinated chicken to it and cook in a medium flame until the chicken start to drain out the water completely.


5. After draining out the water add the remaining oil into this and mix together and stir for some time and keep it in medium flame until it becomes roasted in color .(in between you have to stir the chicken for roasting it ,no need to cover with lid.)


6. It will take 30 to 40 minutes for attaining in a roasted form then only we can say it as kozhi ullarhtiyathu/chicken ullarthu.


7. Once it becomes roasted you can garnish it with fresh chopped coriander leaves.

28 comments:

  1. the chicken dish looks very delicious...never tried this method...

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  2. thnks to sujitha for sharing such a divine recipe...thnks to kss...

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  3. thnks prema...i tried it out from our friend blogger...

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  4. thnk u priya...thnk u roshan for the lovely comment..

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  5. i am dedicating and sharing all these comments with kairali sisters..especially to sujitha..and their blog pazham pappadam payasam..

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  6. Great recipe and looks yummy! Wishing you and family a Healthy and Joyous New Year!

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  7. Love chicken ullarthu..this looks so tempting.

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  8. Looks yummy...and wish you a very happy new year too

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  9. Hi Reshmi...first time here....lovely chicken ularthiyathu....

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  10. Already looking and drooling over this coconut chicken.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  11. Adipoli!! i too have tried the same version seeing taste of kerala cookery show..it taste excellent!!

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  12. wish you and your family, a very very happy new yr.. chicken kidilan aayittundu :) im definitly going to try ur chilli chicken recipe...too tempting.. :)

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  13. wow superb recipe dear bookmarked

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  14. This looks so tempting...a delicious dish from God's own country...yumm.

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  15. adipoli thanne..kureaayi chikn kazhichitu vellam varunnu

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  16. my fav.... and i love to have t with kerala parota.. :)

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  17. enteyum fav aanu...adipoli aayittundu:)

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  18. one of my favourites...but im yet 2 get the hang of it and do a good job making it

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