Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Schezwan Chicken n Babycorn Fry

Schezwan chicken n babycorn fry goes well with chinese fried rice, it was very easy to prepare if u have all the ingredients besides u...one of the easiest dish, n very tastiest dish too..


1cup Chicken boneless pieces
6 nos Babycorn pieces
1no Onion big size
2 tsp Corn flour
2tbsp Soyasauce
5 nos Dry red chillies(adjust as per ur taste)
1tbsp Tomato ketchup
5 nos Garlic pods
2 nos Spring onions
1tbsp White vinegar
3tbsp Oil
Salt as per taste

Mix the corn flour with 1/4 tsp of salt to the boneless chicken pieces n keep aside...dry roast the dry red chillies n grind them croasely, cut the onion into big pieces, cut the garlic pods into 2 pieces..deep fry r shallow fry the chicken pieces until they r well cooked..
 
Once they r cooked, take them off n drain excess of oil in a paper towel, dont let them cool else they may stick with the paper towels, start immediately the preparation of this dish...
 
Cut the babycorns as ur wish r can add them without cutting them into small pieces..now heat a pan, add oil, when the oil is hot add the onions n garlic n fry them, dont cook them well...once onions change they colour slightly add the babycorn pieces, followed by chicken pieces, mix everything well n let them cook for a while, add the soyasauce,white vinegar, tomato ketchup to the chicken n babycorn pieces, check for the salt here if its not enough add salt as per taste, stir them well, once they r well mixed add the red chilli flakes to the chicken pieces , stir them to mix well n put off the stove, garnish with chopped spring onions...

Serve hot with any chinese rice dishes...adjust the red chilli flakes as per ur taste...if u need spicy go on..

Enjoy!!!!!!!!!

On the way to Eat Healthy - During Pregnancy by Sangeeth

3 comments:

Tastes of Home said... Reply To This Comment

this is one of my favourite dishes! I would add so many chilli peppers! hehe

Priya said... Reply To This Comment

Oh glad to know...more chilli peppers!!!oh no... thanks for dropping by..thanks a lot tastes of home..

Pallavi said... Reply To This Comment

yummy... I have to try this sometime..