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Bell- Granate Chicken

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Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 30 minutes no

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Serves 2

Capsicum Chicken preparation with a divine pomegranate advantage

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Main Ingredients

  • • Chicken boneless – 500 gms
  • • Bell Peppers any colour - 03 no. (medium)
  • • Pomegranate seeds - 01 no. (medium)
  • • Onion- sliced - 01 no. (medium)
  • • Tomatoes chopped - 02 no. (medium)
  • • Red chilli powder - To Taste
  • • Turmeric Powder - To taste
  • • Salt - To taste
  • • Sugar/ honey - wee bit / optional
  • • Oil - As much


  1. 1. Heat oil in a pan.

  2. Add the sliced onion till golden brown followed by ginger garlic green chilli paste.

  3. 3. Allow it to cook for 5 minutes to ensure the oil leaves the matter

  4. 4. Add diced bell peppers and brown it.

  5. 5. Add the chicken and stir fry till it sears the sides

  6. 6. Add chopped tomato and cook till tomato mashes and mixes well

  7. 7. Add the powdered spices and adjust seasoning

  8. 8. Simmer for 15 minutes or until the chicken is cooked thoroughly

  9. 9. Check the desired consistency. Optional addition of sugar / honey to taste

  10. 10. Garnish with pomegranate seeds. Leave aside for a while and serve

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