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Chicken Do Pyaza

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Ingredients

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1/2 kg onion cut into rings
1 kg chicken
2 tsp chili powder
250 g curd
25 g garam masala (whole)
1 tsp turmeric powder
4 boiled eggs
250 g oil
1 tsp coriander powder
250 g tomato puree
1 tsp garam masala

Nutritional information

4338
calories
79.34 g
carbohydrates
269.8 g
protein
327.21 g
fat
1472 mg
sodium
1390 mg
cholesterol

Chicken Do Pyaza

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
  • 30 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

Ingredients

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Chicken do pyaza is here straight from the kitchens of Punjab. Gulp a slice of the amazing delicacy with some naan or chapati and see magic happen, right here! Chicken do pyaza is basically an Indian curry with a thick and rich tomato gravy. The recipe blends eggs with chicken and onion and is perfectly infused with spices. Its sheer taste will take you down a joyride of flavors. Here’s the chicken do pyaza recipe for you to enjoy!

Health Benefits

Onions can potentially help reduce the risk of cancer, especially when combined with turmeric. Onion can also help lower blood sugar levels and fight tooth decay.

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How to make Chicken Do Pyaza

  • Fry onion rings and keep 250 g aside.
  • Add oil to a degchi and turn on the flame. Introduce the sabut garam masala.
  • Combine the curds and 1/4 kg fried onions in a grinder and make a paste. Add to the garam masala and mix with the ginger-garlic paste. Introduce the remaining spices and allow it to cool.
  • Add tomato puree and stir, adding 1/2 liter water.
  • Introduce the chicken when it starts boiling and cook for some 10 minutes. Add the eggs and 250 g onion rings, stirring well. Let it come to a boil.

Trivia

Did you know onions are amongst the oldest foods known to mankind? Humans have been consuming onions for 7,000 years now. It is believed that ancient Egyptians worshipped the onion! Interestingly enough, an old saying goes that the thicker the skin of an onion, the colder will be the winters!

You can eat onions raw, cook them, or even pickle them. If you’re a pet owner, keep those onions away from your furry pal lest he consumes them and develops anemia. In many cases, onion consumption by dogs can even prove fatal!

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