Saturday, June 4, 2011

Honey Chicken Kebabs In Cheesy Curd

I just love this dish for the vibrant colors of its ingredients. The bright red cherry tomatoes... yellow sweet parsley and rosemary......its an awesome combination. The sweetness of tomato , corn and the secret ingredient , honey is complimented by the sourness of curd , lime juice and the mild taste of cheese
gives it a godly touch. The best part is I can make this recipe with the leftover chicken pieces too!!

For this you have to arrange the following ingredients:

1. Chicken boneless pieces- 8 small
2. Onion- 1/2
3. Green chilly- 1
4. Black pepper powder- 1 tsp
5. Salt to taste
6. Lime juice- 1 tsp
7. Honey- 1 tbs
8. Olive oil
9. Worcestershire sauce- 1 tsp
10. Cherry tomato , sweet corn , rosemary , red capsicum- 1/2 cup
11. Brown bread- 1 slice
12. Butter- 2 cubes

For the Cheesy Curd we need :

1. Curd- 3 tbs
2. Cheese- 1 cube
3. Salt to taste
4. Pepper powder- 1/4 tsp
5. Olive (chopped)- 2
6. Vinegar- 1 tsp
7. Parsley- 1 tsp

Procedure :

First make a smooth paste of the onion and green chilly and marinate the chicken in this mixture. Add 1 tbs olive oil to it , salt and little pepper. Keep it in the refrigerator for 2 hours.

Meanwhile chop the tomato , rosemary and capsicum and keep them aside. To make the sauce , mix all the ingredients in a bowl. Press the cheese and mash it properly so that it blends well into the curd. Keep this sauce in the refrigerator. Now heat  2 tbs olive oil in a flat surface pan and fry the chicken over low flame.

After 2 to 3 minutes of cooking sprinkle lemon juice , Worcestershire sauce and honey on the chicken pieces. Cook for another 5 minutes and turn the chicken. Fry the other side till it turns brown as shown in the picture:

After few minutes , add the chopped vegetables to the pan and let them get cooked in the same oil. Add a little salt and pepper to the vegetable mixture.
When its done , remove the pan from the gas. Heat the butter in another pan and add the bread cubes to it. Turn both the sides of the cubes so that they soak more butter and become crunchy.

Now place the chicken pieces on the serving plate and decorate it with the vegetables and put the bread cubes at one side. Spread the cheesy curd on top of the chicken pieces and serve it hot.


  1. Dear Khusi
    I feel good reading your appreciation at my Blog. You have a great site and this particular recipe is very new for me and cant wait to try it out. I am following you.
    Please post Mourola recipe of yours. I love small fishes.
    You are in Bangalore, try small fresh Anchovies available sometimes at " More". You will like it.
    Ebar dekhi ki ki bhalo bhalo recipe achhe ekhan-e ..
    Bhalo theko tomra sabai.

  2. Thanks a lot :)....Hope you will try out the recipes and let me know how they turned out. I will definitely post the mourola recipe once I am able to figure out the store where can I get it....I think I have eaten Anchovies (though the name is unfamiliar to me...but I searched the Google image)

  3. The way you described the dish with apt pictures is marvellous !!
    Superb post :)

  4. Yummy Recipe... will try it inshaAllah


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