Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Chiili Chicken

MBP - Monthly Blog Patrolling, an exciting new blog even intiated by Coffee of My Kazhana of Recipes to thank/honor all the fellow foodies out there by trying out their recipes.As soon as i heard about this, the first thing that came to my mind was Asha.Asha of Foodie's hopewas one of the first visitors to this blog and encouraged me to go on with it.What is more perfect than this event to thank her for supporting and encouraging me.so i searched through her blog, and finally decided to go with Chilli chicken,which was a hard decision to make since she had so many goodies there.Thanks Asha for sharing such wonderful recipes with us.

Thanks to Coffee for hosting this wonderful event.Thanks to all fellow foodies who got me going and hoping to thank each one of you through this event




I served her chilli chicken with Chappathis instead of Pita bread,onion relish and substituted chillies for capsicums.Check out more of Asha's delicious recipes here

Tips :Split green chillies can be used to make thick home made yogurt.Just put one split green chilli in the milk+1tbsp of live yogurt mixture before keeping it for curding.(hmm...is there a word like that?..hope you got the idea).

6 comments:

Asha said...

Hi Mahesh,that was a surprise,a good one of course.I would eat it with Chapati too but my kids don't know how to scoop with fingers!I have get some Pitas so they can stuff Chili chicken to eat!:D I know I got weird kids.

Green chilli to make yoghurt!!That I should try.Very new,is it something in the chilli like enzymes which makes the milk curdle and ferment? Great idea, thank you.

Coffee said...

That looks neat!!! Thanks for the wonderful entry!!!! :)

Maheswari said...

Thanks asha.About green chilli, i guess so.I don't why, but it does help in making very thick yogurt especially during winter.
Thanks Coffee..can't wait for your round up...

USHA said...

wow!i liked you tip .It is adding addtional interesting towards your blog..continue my dear...

Manjula said...

Green chili in Yogurt making? Thats kind of weird. Any idea, why it works? Any scientific reasons?

Maheswari said...

nope no scientific explanation..i don't know how it works..but works pretty well for me.It's not neccessary that u have to put everytime u make yogurt.I used only the first time and kept that thick yogurt culture for the next onwards.