Friday, February 19, 2010

Chicken Vindaloo

Vindaloo is Indo-portuguese dish served during special occasions and this vindaloo is traditionally prepared in Portugal with pork preserved in red wine vinegar or red wine, chilli peppers and stewed with garlic..But when this vindaloo curry dish comes to Indo version,its turned completely as a delicious curry in Goa with plenty of spices..This indo portuguese dish tastes fabulous which can be prepared with chicken ,lamb,prawns or with mixed veggies, they tastes delicious when served simply with white rice or with rotis..The vindaloo paste is prepared with cumin seeds, peppercorns,fenugreek seeds,garlic pods, ginger pieces,redchillies and finally with vinegar..I think each and every house have their own way of preparing this vindaloo paste, here the vindaloo paste which i prepared is one my mom's way of making out this paste...If u r nt able to prepare this vindaloo paste u can also go for the store bought one..Enjoy this delicious vindaloo with hot steaming rice, delicious vindaloo tastes marvellous even with rotis..This chicken vindaloo goes to CWS-Fenugreek seeds guest hosted by SE of Denufood..


1/2kg Chicken pieces
2nos Onion
2nos Tomato
1inch Ginger (chopped)
5nos Garlic
1tbsp Cumin seeds
1tbsp Fenugreek seeds
1tbsp Coriander seeds
1tsp peppercorns
1/3cup White vinegar
6nos Dry red chillies
2tbsp Coriander leaves (chopped)
Salt
Oil

Dry roast the cumin seeds, fenugreek seeds, coriander seeds, peppercorns, dry red chillies, one by one and take them along with chopped ginger and garlic pieces, blend everything as fine paste with vinegar and marinate the chicken pieces with this vindaloo paste and enough salt, i prefer to marinate the chicken pieces overnight...

Heat enough oil and saute the chopped onions and tomatoes until they get cooked well and blend them as puree..Heat again few more oil, add the marinated chicken and the onion-tomato puree (add water if needed) and cook till the chicken turns tender and the gravy get thickens or till the gravy turns dry..finally add the coriander leaves, serve hot...

29 comments:

  1. chicken vindaloo looks enjoyable and scrumptious Priya!!! my in laws do exactly the same way as you've did too :)

    and this is one of those first curries I learnt to make too :) delicious one!!! Bon weekend et bonnes vacances!!!!

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  2. You always have wonderful recipes on your blog! I dont know how many of your recipes I have bookmarked so far. :)

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  3. yummy chicken dish,i have heard a lot abt this one but yet to try it out,ur recipe is perfect one as it looks really delicious

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  4. Looks wonderful and mouthwatering

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  5. Thats a fabulous recipe priya. It looks so tempting. The vinegar used is plain or white vinegar?

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  6. Nice photo and absolutely tempting, dear....

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  7. Hi Priya, my fav chicken vindaloo is here! Wow!

    I've hanged my woks for 2 days already. So, can I join U? Hehe, tc n hv a great weekend ahead ya!

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  8. YUMMY! Bit of white rice on the side, I am good to go! :)

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  9. we here are suffering from a major powercut. this morning only i typed my comment here and just before posting the power went whoooose...so here i am once again.
    first the bread, what to say just perfect Priya. you are amazing.wish I was your neighbour :)
    this vindaloo is something I love when made with eggs. chicken is the aythentic and looks absolute yum.

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  10. My all time fav....Looks so spicy and delicious...

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  11. ரொம்ப சூப்பராயிருக்கு சிக்கன் விந்தாலு..போட்டோவை பார்த்ததும் சாப்பிடனும்போல் இருக்கு...

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  12. This looks so delicious. I didn't know it was part portugese..hmm, who would have thought! that was a lesson learnt. This certainly will go well with roti. Happy weekend!

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  13. Looks too good,my all time fav...nice click

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  14. Chicken vindaloo looks super delicious Priya...I will definitely try this one :)

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  15. Never heard of this dish until I came to US of A. Fell in love the moment I had it..From your pic, all I can say is I am falling in love all over again

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  16. Priya,

    Looks really nice and spicy yummy dish

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  17. Scrumptious...It's been a while since I had this..You are tempting me to make it soon..
    Have a great week end Priya !

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  18. Good click and beautiful color.

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  19. Priya, Ur Chicken Vindaloo looks perfect..if only I cd taste some.I have never tried making this at home..i was looking for the recipe and now I find it here well tested and looks awesome..Beautiful Click.

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  20. So mouth-watering..wish i stay near u Priya..

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  21. We never added fennug and coriand seeds! Looks spicy and good!

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  22. Ada! Ada! Ada! Ada! Ada! Can't wait to taste the sourness and it's yummy yum!

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  23. wow priya chicken vindaloo looks very yummy...its one of the famous dishes here...nice yummy pic

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  24. mouthwatering chicken vindaloo...! nice click, Priya!

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  25. This looks fabulous! I have all the ingredients so will be trying this tonight for dinner! Yum!

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