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If you are a fan of comfort food, then this chicken stew is the perfect meal on a cold day. Hearty, thick, and delicious, you will love sitting down to a bowl of this stew. In India, especially in Kerala, it is usually prepared as a side dish along with Appam. Ultra tender flesh and super crispy skin smothered in a thick savory sauce with vegetables. This Chicken Stew is slow-cooked in the oven to develop deep, incredible flavors. The smell that fills the house when it’s in the oven is simply wonderful!
A stew is a combination of solid food ingredients that have been cooked in boil water and served in the resultant gravy. Ingredients in a stew include any combination of veggies such as carrots, potatoes, onions, beans, pepper, mushrooms, and tomatoes, and handmade organic masalas such as black pepper, ginger powder, garlic powder, Organic red chili powder, and ORCO’s organic chicken masala. It may include meat, mainly tougher meats suitable for slow cooking.
1kg of chicken breasts or thighs: for best flavor use boneless, skinless thighs.
Two medium-sized cubed potatoes.
Two nos, sliced onion.
One freshly chopped tomatoes.
3tsp of Organic ginger garlic powder.
1tsp of Organic Garam masala powder.
2tsp of Organic Coriander powder.
2tsp of Organic Chicken masala.
1tsp of Organic pepper powder.
1\2 tsp of Vinegar for flavor.
4 green and red chilies.
Thick coconut milk and curd.
Olive Oil or any other high smoke point oil such as Avacado.
Curry leaves, bay leaves for flavor, and garnishing.
Clean and cut the chicken breasts into small pieces and drain the excess water in chicken.
Marinate the chicken with Organic coriander powder, pepper powder, crushed ginger garlic powder, vinegar, curd, and salt.
Cook it till half did without adding water. Keep it aside.
Now heat Olive oil in a pan and add the green and red chilies to it.
Saute for a while and then add sliced onion.
Saute till golden brown and then add freshly chopped tomato.
Cook for few more minutes and add the half-cooked chicken and cubed potatoes.
Mix well and add Organic garam masala powder along with required salt. Close the lid and let it cook till the chicken and potato are done.
Now pour the thick coconut milk and stir it really well.
When it starts to boil simmer the flame and cook for few more minutes in a very low flame. Do not boil more after adding coconut milk. When done remove from flame.
Now heat the Olive oil in a separate pan and half fry bay leaves, curry leaves and pour it over the prepared stew. Mix well to give it a nice aroma and flavor. Serve it with Rice or bread or Appam or chapati etc.
Why is Chicken stew healthy?
Chicken stew ingredients provide the body with selenium, vitamins A and C, and various antioxidants to boost the immune system and fight off diseases and viruses. Along with these other benefits, the chicken in the stew is rich in protein, which facilitates tissue formation and recovery. It Reduces Joint Pain And Inflammations. Chicken broth contains a golden combination of glycosaminoglycans. It improves skin, hair, and nails. It also improves bone growth and repair.
Just like other chicken dishes, the origin of chicken soup is linked to the history of the domestication of fowl, stretching back 7,000 to 10,000 years ago, which probably took place either in ancient India or Southeast Asia. There’s nothing like hearty comfort food to warm you up and satisfy your hunger and taste buds.