Today's Recipe - Kori Gassi (Manglorian Chicken Curry)

Contains Egg: No

Ingredents: 500 gm chicken1 coconut-grated20 gm whole red chillies15 gm coriander1 tsp peppercorns? tsp fenugreek seeds100 gm onions1 tsp cumin20 ml refined oil30 gm tamarind pulp? tsp turmeric powder4 flakes of garlic250 ml water

Method: Roast the red chillies, coriander, peppercorns, cumin and the fenugreek seeds in oil.Grind together the grated coconut, garlic and roasted masala to a fine paste with a little water.Marinate the chicken with salt and turmeric for 30 minutes.Heat oil. Add onions. Saut?ill a light brown.Add masala and cook for 20 minutes.Put in 250 ml of water and simmer for 30 minutes.Add chicken and cook until done. Put in the tamarind pulp.Add the tadka made with the cumin, fenugreek seeds and the onions.

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Recipe By: Andy with Chef Tibby

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