Kairi / kaccha aam and pudina chutney This recipe of raw mango and mint chutney is simple and delicious or simply delicious. Blitz together a few fresh ingredients and it’s done! The fresh tang from the raw mangoes or kairi is what sets this chutney recipe apart. As with any chutney, the fresher your ingredients, the better and more robust the flavour. Now, a lot of people like adding onions to their mint chutney recipes; I don’t. If you like the flavour of onions in your raw
Or simply Reshmi Kabab… or Chicken Malai Kebab… or Murgh Malai Kebabs… they’re all the same! The colour, you ask? Is because I pan-grilled these chicken reshmi kebabs and added a teaspoon of malai (fresh cream) at the end of the cooking process to de-glaze the pan. The chicken kebabs were then rolled in to these pan juices and got coloured. The flavours were simple and delicate nonetheless. For the uninitiated, Chicken Reshmi Kebabs or Murgh Malai Kebabs are ideally lighter i
Or chicken cooked in raw mango gravy. What’s an Indian summer without mangoes? And when raw mangoes (Kairi) are in season… make the most of it! Kairi Murgh recipe uses raw mango for sour tangy notes – raw mangoes have possibly been used in many lost / traditional Indian recipes, before the available-all-seasons tomatoes came to India. A good amount of green chillies or red chilli powder are added to Kairi Murgh, to balance the tang from the raw mangoes. Slow cooked, caramelis
Mint Chutney or Pudina Chutney: a versatile multi-use Indian condiment that goes with everything and perks up the flavour of literally every snack or meal. This recipe of mint chutney makes delicious chutney sandwiches, by itself or layered with tomato and cucumber slices. Serve this spicy mint chutney with samosa, kothimbir vadi, dhokla, urad dal kachori, bhajjis or pakoras, besan ka puda… or simply as chip dip! When you want to substitute the regular pickles in your Indian
Or chicken tangdi kabab The perfect low-cook time recipe to put together on a hot summer day – BBQ it, grill it in the oven or simply on a pan… super easy and great taste! Marinate the chicken drumsticks for at least 4 – 6 hours, preferably overnight. Connect with me on social media for (errrmmmm) not-so-regular updates! Yes, I’m not going to be on your screen all day every day! WhiskMixStir on Instagram WhiskMixStir on Facebook WhiskMixStir on Pinterest Serves: 4 Time taken
This quick chicken kebab pulao recipe is made using the same marinade as these mint chicken kebabs and complements it well. Make this recipe of chicken kebab pulao to go with your mint chicken kebabs for a complete meal. When I am not making a curry to round up my Indian meal, I like to serve this chicken kebab pulao with chicken kebabs, instead of chapati or naan. Chicken kebab pulao is also a great way of using up leftover mint chicken kebabs or roasted chicken too. Leftove
Or hariyali chicken tikka. A super simple chicken small plates recipe to put together and even easier to cook – BBQ it or just grill it on a pan… tastes great either way! You could add a handful of coriander leaves to this recipe of mint chicken kebabs or pudina chicken kebabs, for additional flavour. Add half a cup of spinach leaves to this recipe of mint chicken kebabs to make pahadi chicken kebabs / tikka. Marinate the chicken for atleast 4 – 6 hours, preferably overnight.
This recipe of stir-fried chicken is really just my take on a recipe somewhere between a chicken pepper fry and chilli chicken. A simple, no-frills recipe of stir-fried chicken with minimal everyday ingredients. If you don't have all the ingredients to make this stir-fried chicken, simply skip that ingredient and go ahead with the recipe. Or substitute it with something else. Like, if you don't have garam masala or chicken masala, use a fresh blend of available whole spices -