Move Over Chicken 65; Make This Crispy And Delicious Chicken Majestic

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The way to any non-vegetarian’s heart is a juicy piece of chicken. Thinking about butter chicken, chicken tikka, chicken 65 and chilli chicken instantly makes us meat-lovers salivate! We can never have enough of these delicious dishes. Whether we are eating out in a restaurant or ordering in, chicken is always on our menu. The versatility of the chicken is what makes it so loved! And it helps to know that eating chicken means you are nourishing your muscles with proteins. Our love of chicken has made us find a new chicken snack recipe that is known for its tantalizing flavours. It is none other than chicken majestic!

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This semi-dry snack from Andhra Pradesh is extremely popular in Hyderabad. The fried chicken is cooked in tantalizing flavours of soy sauce, garlic and garam masala to give this hot and crispy chicken snack. Chicken majestic is similar to another Hyderabadi classic snack, chicken 65 and it can also be served as a main course dish with rasam-rice.

This chicken snack is delicious!

How To Make Chicken Majestic | Chicken Majestic Recipe:

Soak the chicken in buttermilk. Remove the chicken and marinate it in ginger-garlic paste, turmeric powder, cornflour and red chilli powder. The next step is to cook the chicken, you can deep fry it, pan fry or bake it.

Saute oil in curry leaves, garlic and green chillies. Fry till the curry leaves are crispy. Next add mint leaves, red chilli powder and garam masala. Saute and then pour yoghurt. Once the moisture evaporates, add soya sauce. Add the fried chicken to the gravy. The dish is ready!

Click here for the step-by-step recipe of Chicken Majestic.

Serve this delicious dish with some pudina chutney and you will have a spicy and delicious party snack.

Sounds delicious right?! Make this chicken majestic recipe at home and impress your family with your culinary skills. Do tell us in the comments section how you liked the recipe.



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