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Chettinadu Kozhi Milagu Varuval (Chettinadu Chicken Pepper Fry)

Chettinadu Kozhi Milagu Varuval

Today's recipe is double spicy, extra flavorful and super tasty Chettinadu Kozhi Milagu Varuval. It tastes good with almost everything. You can have it with plain rice or pulao or even with Chapathi/Roti. What ever the main dish is, this recipe will turn it to a ultimate hit.. The recipe follows..

chettinadu kozhi milagu varuval

Recipe For : 2

Preparation Time : 40 minutes + Marination time for chicken


Chicken                      - 1/2 kg
Big Onion                   - 2
Tomato                       - 2
Ginger - Garlic paste  - 1 tbsp
Salt                              - As required
Turmeric Powder        - 1/4 tsp
Coriander Powder       - 2 tsp
Pepper Powder            - 2 tsp
Whole Garam Masala  - Each 2
Lemon                          - 1/2
Curry Leaves                - few
Oil                                 - 2 tbsp

For Chicken Marination:

Ginger- Garlic paste     - 1 tbsp
Salt                                - As required
Turmeric Powder          - 1/4 tsp
Chili Powder                 - 1 tsp


  • Wash chicken and marinate with  the ingredients under ' For Chicken Marination' for about an hour. Chop finely Big onion and tomato.
  • Heat oil in a pan. Add whole garam masala to it. Whole garam masala includes cinnamon stick, cloves, star aniseeds and green cardamom.
  • After a minute add chopped onions and curry leaves.
  • After the onions turn translucent add Ginger-Garlic paste.
  • Saute till raw flavor goes off and after that add chopped tomatoes.
  • Add also salt and turmeric powder. Cover with a lid and cook till both onions and tomatoes are cooked well.
  • Add marinated chicken after that. Add also coriander powder and pepper powder.
  • Cover with a lid and cook in medium flame. You can see chicken oozing out water. saute in between and cook until chicken is cooked completely.
  • Add lemon juice and switch off the flame. Enjoy your Chettinadu Kozhi Milagu Varuval with either rice or with chapathi/roti.