Monday, June 4, 2012

Guntur Kodi Kura/Guntur Chicken Curry

Its been more than a month i posted a non vegetarian dish, here is one of our recent family favourite. I fond always for super spicy dishes from Andhra, its quite like a dream for me to make some Andhra style hot spicy and yummy non vegetarian curries from a long. But i wasnt sure about the tastebuds of my family members, somehow i wanted to make some super flavourful chicken curry since a long.I took a note of this chicken curry in a paper before few months ago, while watching a TV cookery show and completely forgotten about it.I got them when i was cleaning my pantry few days back and i started craving for some hot chicken curry.

Prepared this super hot chicken curry for our sunday lunch and served simply with a ghee rice. I was bit nervous while serving and i was waiting to know the verdict from them. They simply loved it and we just add a super filling lunch,eventhough my favourite was hot piping rasam rice with this chicken curry.Dunno whether its an authentic Guntur chicken curry but seriously you guys should give a try.Sending to Divya's The Master Chef Contest.


1/2kg Chicken (cut as medium size)
3nos Green chillies (slit opened)
6nos Garlic (chopped)
2nos Onions (chopped)
1tsp Ginger garlic paste
Few curry leaves
1tbsp Red chilly powder
1/2tsp Fennel seeds
Salt
Oil
Few coriander leaves (chopped)

To grind:
1tbsp Poppyseeds
2tbsp Coriander seeds
1no Cinnamon stick
3nos Cloves
1no Cardamom seed
3tbsp Grated coconut

Dry roast all the ingredients given under the list ' to grind' and grind everything as fine paste and keep aside.

Meanwhile cook the chicken pieces with enough salt,chilly powder, chopped garlic,slit opened green chillies in simmer in a pan,until the water from the chicken gets evaporates and keep aside.

Heat enough oil, add the curry leaves,fennel seeds and fry for few seconds, add the chopped onions,ginger garlic paste and saute until the onions turns transculent.

Now add the grounded paste,springle some water and cook for few seconds, add the already cooked chicken pieces to the cooking masala.

Cook everything in medium high flame until the chicken pieces gets well coated with the masala and finally add the coriander leaves and put off the stove.

Serve with rice.

You can also turn them as gravy just by adding some water while cooking, i wanted them as bit dry curry thats why i didnt add much water.


40 comments:

  1. Priya
    ithu andha illavarasan senju katina recipeya?aana avan deep fry paninaan first...looks so yummy Priya :)

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  2. Priya ithu illavarasan senja recipeya? but he deep fried it first in that show...looks super yummy Priya :)

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  3. def gonna try this out priya...m drooling just looking itself

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  4. Love the hot spicy chicken.

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  5. Makes me drool,super delicious and spicy chicken curry,bookmarked.

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  6. Pakka rombha super aa irruku akka, will try this with cauliflower :)

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  7. Super tempting and delicious chicken curry...love to have it with rasam rice...

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  8. looks like restaurant type recipe..

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  9. I used to make gundur chicken in different way.Wow !this is amazing.

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  10. Spicy Chicken curry- fully yum!! I loved the color, its so tempting
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  11. Super tempting and appetizing curry !!!! Yum !!!

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  12. Looks fiery...should have tasted ssoooo Gud

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  14. Super spicy. my little one adores chicken ..that too spicy stuff. I will make this one sometime

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  15. super hot n spicy looking chicken curry...sounds very yummy...yesterday i too made hot chicken curry n rasam for our lunch :) will try it sometime!

    Spicy Treats

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  16. Yummm..I am drooling at your pic. Lovely colour and looks inviting.

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  17. Yummm..I am drooling at your pic. Lovely colour and looks inviting.

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  18. What a delicious chicken. This looks amazing.

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  19. Til i entered in2 ur blog i dont know abt quinoa n flax seeds...Bcz of u i searched i searched those 2 here in brasil (s.market)...finally i got it...thank u so much dear.Bcz i prefers healthy n fibre food mostly..N ijust want share this happiness with u..thats it..wish u good luck.....bye.....

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  20. Have heard from my friend, but haven't got chance of tasting it.. Looks delicious... Thanks for sharing

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  21. Wah! Love this type of chicken curry. Thanks for sharing such an awesome guntur dish.

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  22. looks wonderful I like adding coconut to the chicken deliciously done

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  23. Wow....yummy, spicy chicken curry....looks absolutely yummy.... mouthwatering recipe.

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  24. Tasty spicy chicken- good one!

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  25. Mouth watering recipe.. thanks for sharing..
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  26. Would love to have this spicy, fiery chicken with nan...umm mothwatering dish Priya
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  27. Hi Priya ,
    Your chicken Makes me drool,super delicious and spicy chicken curry,bookmarked.
    http://www.southindiafoodrecipes.blogspot.in

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  28. tempting ,mouthwatering fry...love it ..spicy...yummmy...

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  29. Guntur and the red chilies go together. And this curry is true to its name - spicy, hot and fiery!

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  30. such simple yet inviting dish..love it..

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  31. Oh my god... this is ultimate dish.. you can make this for me when I visit you :-)

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  32. Yummy... Its really looks delicious and tempting too..

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  33. awesome recipe...I like this kind of spicy chicken curry! :)

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