For the aficionados of Non-veg food, chicken is a lifeline. One can not even wonder about his daily meal without the inclusion of chicken. Besides the usual bucket chicken, chicken popcorn that we usually gorge on, here is a fiery twist to your tongue to leave your eyes on tears.
Dragon chicken, unlike your usual chicken recipe is a mouth watery delicacy having its roots in South East Asia and finding its way into India. Presented as a semi-gravy option alongside some Indian breads and Indian fried rice varieties Schezwan, Paneer, Gobi, and Mushroom. This recipe can be served as a hot snack during a dull wintry evening or while deciding to have an all Indo-Chinese lunch course with lip smacking delicacies.
Let’s see what goes into preparing the dragon chicken recipe.
Time to prepare: 20 minutes
Ingredients to have:
500 grams of boneless chicken breast diced finely. (you can also piece it according to your liking)
Finely chopped onion/coriander leaves for garnishing
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Take the entirety of the chicken in a large bowl. Add the marination ingredients in the bowl and mix it well. While mixing, the ingredients will settle over the chicken. Let it marinate for about 15 minutes.
In a frying pan, pour a few tsp of oil and heat it. After a few seconds of heating, add the chicken in the pan and deep-fry until it turns golden brown. Keep it aside.
In the same pan, pour some oil and add onions and finely broken cashews and fry. Once done, transfer them to a separate plate and keep it aside.
Add the sliced onions and bell peppers to the oil and fry for a while.
Add some ginger garlic paste and sauté for a minute.
Now add some red chilli paste, dark soy sauce, crushed pepper, salt, sugar, and tomato ketchup and mix them well.
Sauté them for few minutes until the ingredients form a relatively thick paste.
Now add the fried chicken in the paste and toss well for sometime.
Add some chopped onions and coriander over the chicken and toss it for a while.