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Methi Murgh Malai; few details:
Here’s how I cook Methi Murgh Malai at Debjanir Rannaghar:
- Serves: 6 People
- Serving size: 150g
- Calories: 418
- Fat: 17.2g
- Saturated fat: 8.9g
- Carbohydrates: 11.6g
- Sugar: 3.6g
- Sodium: 183mg
- Fiber: 2.2g
- Protein: 52.3g
- Cholesterol: 163mg
- Chicken: 1 Kg (curry cut)
- For Marination:
- Single Cream: 200 ml
- Garlic paste: 1 Tbsp.
- Ginger paste: ½ Tbsp.
- Kasuri Methi: 1 Tbsp.
- Black Pepper Powder: 1 Tbsp.
- Onion: 3
- Hung Curd: 100g
- Single Cream: 100 ml
- Kasuri Methi: 1 Tsp.
- Butter: 3 Tbsp.
- Salt: to taste
- Wash and also pat dry the chicken chunks.
- Take the chicken pieces in a bowl and marinate with Single Cream, Garlic paste, Ginger paste, Kasuri Methi, and also Black Pepper Powder.
- Cover the bowl with a lid or cling film and refrigerate for 8 hours before cooking.
- Make a paste of the Onions.
- While cooking; heat butter in a pan and temper the butter with Kasuri Methi.
- Add onion paste and cook till it turns translucent in color.
- Now add hung curd followed by green chilies and cook till the curd mixes.
- Slower the heat and cook until the butter comes from the side.
- At this point add marinated chicken chunks and also the remaining marinade left in the bowl to the pan.
- Add Salt to taste also.
- Now mix properly and cover the pan with a lid and cook for around 7-10 minutes.
- Add remaining cream and mix.
- Cook over the slow flame until chicken is properly cooked and there is almost no gravy.
- Once done, switch the flame off and serve Methi Murgh Malai hot with your choice of carbohydrate.
I have used store bought single cream while making the methi murgh malai, however, you can use the cream directly from the milk.
A few easy Chicken recipes from Debjanir Rannaghar:
- Bangladeshi Chicken Roast (also known as Biyebarir Chicken Roast)
- Restaurant Style Chicken Malai Kebab (also known as Chicken Reshmi Kebab)
- Goalondo Steamer Curry (also known as Boatman Style Chicken Curry)
- Chicken Chaap (also known as Chaap Bhaja)
- Aam Kasundi Murgi (also known as Bengali Style Chicken in Mango Mustard Sauce)
- Kolhapuri Chicken (also known as Chicken Kolhapuri)
- Dak Bungalow Chicken Curry (also known as Chicken Dak Bungalow)
- Pish-Pash aka Pish Pash, the Indian Rice, and Chicken Hotchpotch
- Doi Murgi (also known as Kolkata style Doi Chicken)
Have you tried the Methi Murgh Malai recipe from Debjanir Rannaghar!
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