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Coriander Pepper Chicken



Coriander Pepper Chicken

This is one chicken dish which is super easy to make and tasty.Here I have used the stir- fry method and the fresh flavor of coriander and the right amount of kick from the black pepper makes it very appetizing. You can substitute coriander with the herbs you like or add more veggies. I have one left over boiled potatoes which I have added. You can add celery or bell pepper too.

Ingredients
Boneless chicken- 1 lb
Shallots- 4-5
Garlic- 4 pods
Ginger- thinly sliced- one thin slice
Green chilly-2
Soya sauce-2 tbs
Oyster sauce- 1/2 tsp
Pepper- 1 1/3 tsp
(adjust according to taste)
Coriander leaves chopped- a hand full
Sugar- 1/2 tsp
Vinegar- 1 tsp

salt to taste

Cut chicken into bite size pieces. Marinate with half of the pepper powder and a pinch of salt and keep aside for ten minutes.
Heat oil in a pan and add ginger and garlic and stir fry for a few seconds and add finely chopped shallots and green chilly. Fry till it changes color and now add the chicken. Stir fry this for seven to eight minutes. Add sauces, rest of the pepper powder,sugar and vinegar and fry till the chicken get well coated with the sauce and slightly brown up. Finally add coriander leaves and saute. Serve with rice.

Try this...
Hope you will all enjoy..

Comments

  1. the chicken looks very very tasty....i can even snack these...yummy!!

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  2. Slurp....yummy yummy....Simple yet flavorful spices in it..

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  3. Drooling over your chicken Suja..Your sauces have done wonders with it !

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  4. Enikku vaayil vellam varunnu. Looks super! Loved it Suja..

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  5. Flavourful fry Suja..U rock as always when it comes to traditional food..

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  6. thats a new combo..love it..

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  7. wow..simply superb mouthwatering recipe..love to have the whole!

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  8. Coriander pepper chicken looks dleicious. Tempting for veggie like me.

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  9. Delicious looking chicken .... yummm

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  10. This is pretty new combo to me !! this looks yummy !!

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  11. Cilantro n black pepper will surely add a burst of wonderful flavor to the dish ~ fab pics!
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  12. beautiful and very flavorful recipe.....

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  13. never tried this...sounds irresistable suja..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  14. Aromatic chicken..looks delicious..

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  15. Drooling here...looks so flavourful

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  16. Looks delicious ....with coriander pepper yummy ....just so perfect

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  17. Slurp,fingerlicking spicy chicken tempts me a lot.

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  18. chicken looks so tempting...I have bookmarked it...

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  19. lovely chicken recipe, very flavourful and mouthwatering one..

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  20. I like the idea of having a quick and easy, but very flavorful, chicken go-to recipe like this, and I agree that adding some veggies would just be divine!

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  21. bookmarked this one...
    lovely recipe...looks really tempting

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  22. that is certainly one interesting way of making chicken

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  23. coriander pepper chicken looks wonderful deliciously done

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  24. coriander with pepper works wonder together...lovely flavors you have chosen....delicious and aromatic dish
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  25. That looks so delicious ..hugs and smiles

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  26. Suja.. spring onion rice nte kude serve cheythittulla roasted chicken te recipe upload cheythittundo??
    it looks amazing :)

    Pepper criander chicken is also wonderful Suja :)

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  27. Thanks all for the sweet comments:)
    @Lena..upload cheythittila is still in drafts :)

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