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Chicken ularthu

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Chicken ularthu

It's Kerala's favourite way of making a chicken dish. The cooking method, known as ularthu, can be roughly translated as 'fry'. The chicken ularthu is a delight to try in the kitchen and then on your dining table!

Ingredients

½ kg chicken chopped to pieces

2 tbsp oil

3 large onions, cut lengthwise

1 piece ginger thinly cut lengthwise

5 green chillies cut lengthwise

Salt, as required

3 tomatoes

Preparation

Clean the chicken and keep aside

Pour oil in a flat pan, add onion, ginger, green chillies and salt, and sauté well

Once sautéed, add chicken pieces and let it cook

When the chicken pieces brown well, add the tomato pieces and sauté well

    Take the chicken out of the stove when tender and not too dry

    Garnish with fried curry leaves and serve

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