Murgh Musallam is a popular North Indian chicken dish. Translated, it means ‘whole chicken’, so it stands to reason that the recipe calls for a whole chicken to be marinade in a variety of spices and then cooked in an onion based broth.
Legend has it that the dish was popular in royal courts during the Mughal era and was rumoured to be Mohhamed Bin Tughluq’s favourite dish.
It is an extremely rich dish and tastes amazing with hot naans or steamed rice.
Chicken Fit For Royals
A delicious Indian chicken dish with complex flavours.