Sunday, May 20, 2007

Chicken Mappas

Chicken Mappas

I got this recipe from one of the old friday magazine .The orginal recipe was duck mappas and I made an experiment on chicken and comes out well.This goes well with chappathi , appam or boiled rice

Ingredients

1 Kg chicken
50 gms ginger, julienned
50 gms garlic , julienned
50 gms onion., julienned
50 gms shallots sliced
1 tsp garam masala
1tbsp vinegar
2 tbsp coriander powder
1 tsp turmeric powder
1 tbsp chilli powder
salt ,to taste
3 tbsp oil
1 cup coconut milk

Method

Cut chicken into bite-sized pieces.In a pan ,heat oil and saute ginger and garlic.Add the sliced shallots and julienned onion.Add chicken ,garam masala,vinegar,coriander powder,turmeric powder and chilli powder and mix well.Add a cup of water and leave to cook till the chicken is well done .Add coconut milk and allow it to boil for about five minutes.
Garnish with fried curry leaves.

17 comments:

Seena said...

Adipoli!
Looks tasty..photo nannayirikkunnu..

Mishmash ! said...

CJJ has told be about a mappas , but I ddnt have a recipe so far. I will write comment once I try this,Hopefully this week itself. Dish looks very temping.how can I not try :). You seem to be an expert in all traditional non veg cooking.

Shn

Asha said...

Mouthwatering KF! Great looking dish.
I haven't seen you at FH for a long time. been busy eh!:))
Have a great weekend.

Aruna said...

The chicken Mappas look great, have never heard of the name before. Thx

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reena said...

fairy, long time. have heard about mappas a lot and tasted a little once at a friend's house. it was duck and i was not comfortable but chicken sounds good and one i can try too. somehow mappas always reminds me of toddy shops so now i want some of that too :))

RP said...

I agree with mishmash..you seem to be an expert in non-veg cooking. Let all those hidden recipes come to light. :) I have heard a lot about mappas, but this is the first time seeing a picture and recipe.

KitchenFairy said...

Thank You seena..

Mishmah! while trying this, pls roast all the powders that will make much better taste..I forgot to mention that..Hihi This I copied from Friday magazine ,that anybody can do dear..

Thank you Asha..

Aruna,Thank you very much for visiting here..

Reena,I tasted duck mappas and also with beef ..I prefer that with duck,as I told to mishmash pls roast all the powders first that will make the curry better taste.

RP,.Hahah Expert! No yaar ,there is nothing special in this..But I liked ur sweet comment,I am giving all the credits to you.. Thank u verymuch

Pravs said...

Simple recipe... delicious looking pic...really tempting to have with some appam :)

Geets said...

Looks tempting! Btw, I'm hooked to your food blog...

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Mouthwatering one.... I love it a lot...Great pictures...wonderful chicken recipe.

Sharmi said...

got to see something after long time dear.
BTW you know what is the main priority, kids first right! take care

Cynthia said...

I have never tried curried chicken with coconut milk, I must sometime, I know it would taste good. We make a very similar dish to this and eat it with rice, dhal and roti.

Mallugirl said...

what is a mappas? sorry if i am ignorant. hi hi. i bet this goes well with appams.

Sia said...

ah!!! u r back in action:) dang!!! i cant comment abt the dish but love the name...mappas...he he he... thats one cool name:)

Prajusha said...

woh..ur chicken Mappas looks wonderful.Great Pics

Mishmash ! said...

Tried this...the curry was quite tasty....I did not get the colour though ! This is the second time I am trying a recipe from your site and will be trying more for sure :)

Shn

Sherly Aji said...

http://www.kerala.com/kerala_recipe/newrecipe.php?recid=25

Please check this address........somebody put your recipe in that site ( i guess so.....snap your mappas and that mappas is same)

If so send them a mail.......
Your blog is really good and i have made chicken mappas......
(Thanks & Referance to your recipe)i have added pepper also) any way it came out well. Thanks once again

Regards,

Sherly