Non Veg Dishes

Soya Chicken


Adi is not in a mood to chew veggies today. It’s one of the days when his teeth is craving for a little more action. But i was on my toes the whole day due to many other commitments and so i thought of making this dish which will not consume much of my time . It’s easy to cook and delicious too. I decided to make ‘Soya chicken”.
Here’s the recipe. This dish is  for you my dear BUSY BEE  READERS  🙂
Serves 4
Prep time – 20 mnts
Chicken pieces – 500 gm
onion – 1 big ( Cut in squares)
Capsicum green – 1 big (Cut in squares)
ginger garlic paste – 1 tbsp
red chilli pdr – 1 tbsp
black pepper pdr – 1/4 tspn
vinegar – 1 tspn
Oil 3 tbsp
salt to taste
Soya sauce – 1 tbspn
Method of cooking
1. Heat the oil in a pan/Kadai . Add chopped onions and saute till the colour turns pink.
2.Now add ginger garlic paste and mix well for 2 minutes. Now it’s time to add red chilli pdr and black pepper pdr.Mix well and cook on high flame for 2 mnts.
3. Now let the chicken pieces and salt go into the pan and mix well. Cook on high flame for about 3 minutes .
4. Add capsicum to the pan and cover the lid.Cook on slow flame for about 10 minutes or until the chicken is cooked well
5. Open the lid and add vinegar . And add soya sauce to the cooked chicken and mix very well on high flame for 2 minutes.
6. The dish is ready. If you want to make it semi gravy, Add cornflour 1 tbsp mixed in 1/2 cup water to the dish. Bring it to boil.
7. Serve hot with steamed white rice.

By sarithakumbakkara

Hii, I'm Saritha who is finding it extremely difficult to write a paragraph about myself . I have already written few lines and deleted them too as some where i was sounding a bit underconfident or some times a bit too boasty. I don't like to be either of them as i believe that finding a balance between the above mentioned is the blissful state of mind which i always would prefer to be in.I am trying my best here to give you a clear idea about myself ;)
I belong to God's own country, Kerala and i am a big fan of the cuisine of the state . Professionally i'm a mentor of young minds . As i am married to an Indian air force Pilot, i had been living in various parts of the country. I would love to call myself and my hubby as avid travellers as that's one thing which thrills me and lifts up my mood drastically from 'being balanced yet a little boring ' to 'extremely enthusisatic'.I have two sons (a deadly combination to handle) Aditya 13 and Aarush 7 who are choosy in eating like most of the kids. I love my travels and it gives me amble exposure to taste various cuisines within and outside the country. Socializing and parties have always been a part of our Airforce life and who would not like to see the smile on your guest's face after tasting your food. That's how i started cooking and tasting and experimenting.I had seen he days where i found" breaking an egg without creating a mess" as my life's biggest challenge.(lol ;) ).But past few years in cooking has made me realise that it isn't Rocket science.
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