now this shit nobody ain’t ever gonna teach you. because there are so many variations, everyone claims their name to fame. but.. here’s the real deal.
100 gr chicken leg, deboned, finely mince
10 gr pakchoy, washed, finely diced
3 gr ginger, wash, peel, finely dice
3 gr garlic, wash, peel, finely dice
20 gr coriander, wash, fine chop
4 pc button mushrooms, wash, finely dice
1/2 piece medium tomato, wash, deseed, finely dice
5 gr silken tofu, finely dice
10 gr indian cabbage, finely dice
2 pc fresh chilies - red or green,
doesn't really fuckin matter, chop em finely
1 whole egg, beaten
1/2 tsp chicken seasoning powder
2 tsp dark soy sauce
salt to taste. be careful here, soy sauce
and seasoning powder will have
already added enough salt
5 gr cornflour, mix with 50 ml water
500 ml water
50 ml groundnut oil, or whatever comes your way
heat oil in a pan. ginger and garlic.
toss for a while till cooked.
add minced chicken. add chilies. keep stirring well,
or you will burn the ass off.
add mushrooms, pakchoy, cabbage, tomato.
cook for a while.
add seasoning powder.
add soy sauce. adjust salt.
add tofu and coriander. cook for 1 min.
add cornflour mixed in water.
stir well so that no lumps are formed.
simmer down the flame.
carefully pour beaten egg
in a spiral form
so that it stays afloat.
let the egg cook. fold the soup to mix in the egg.
this is a quick recipe of some badass serious stuff.. gather all products, blend ’em together, marinate your meat and cook. finish cooking in 15 min.
the tip is to leave chicken in this marinade for some time to absorb its flavor. even if you don’t, no worries mate,, it’ll mix up in your tummy. the mornin shit will be nice n green.
500 gr coriander, washed,
cut off the roots
7-8 medium stems of curry leaves,,
take 'em off the stems!
5 green chilies, wash 'em
8 cloves garlic, peeled
2 inch piece ginger, peeled
1/2 tsp turmeric
1 tsp salt, approx
2-3 tbsp oil, coconut will be better..
or use anything at hand
3 red onions, chopped
1 cup thick coconut milk and yea..
500 gr chicken with bone,
cut it into small pieces.
slash with knife to the bone
for marinade to reach deep.
use a blender or mixer,
add all ingredients - coriander,
curry leaves, chilies, garlic, ginger,
turmeric and salt. make it smooth.
if required, add some water.
check for the taste. needs to be
add the paste to the chicken pieces.
mix well. let it rest for 1 hour.
heat oil in a pan, add onions.
cook for a while till onions are soft.
add the chicken mixture to the pan.
cook on medium flame for 15-20 min.
if required add some water.
check if chicken is cooked.
add a cup of coconut milk.
keep simmering for 5 min.
do not boil.
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