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I had to scale down since I was cooking just for myself. I am from India and I know that this tastes a lot like the Karahi chicken I've eaten as a child in the houses of my North Indian Muslim friends. This is exquisite! For people trying out this recipe for the first time, I'd like to mention that drying up the chicken on a low flame requires patience. Do not panic if you have already spent five minutes stirring the chicken and it's still not dry. Just be patient; the end result is definitely worth it. The low flame is key to cooking this dish right, though, I must say.
Great simple recipe. There is an error though, this should serve at least sixteen people since it is 4 lbs and four people can eat in a pound of boneless chicken. I also add whole green chilies to it too.
It's simply amazing, just like Karahi I've been enjoying so much in Pakistan. Thank you!
This was simple to make and very easy but I got amazing compliments for it. Thanks. It goes well with Simple Coriander Chutney.
this one sounds easy got to try it yet
Delicious.. Easy to make.I was a little concerned at frst since there were no onions or yogurt as part of the recipe but I am amazed.It did remind of the khoka.I also added green pepper which tasted great. We all love this recipe.I also have to try to the lemonade posted by this cheff.
WOW!!! This is Amazing recipe.I was expecting guests over and thought should try it out.And it turned out to be yummy.Everyone was amazed that it was home-cooked.Highly recommended recipe.