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Ginger Chicken with Mango

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Cooking time

Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 30 minutes included

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 2

Chicken with a sensual tang of Ginger with ripe mango

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Ingredients

  • • Chicken Breast boneless – 02 pcs
  • • Onion paste - 1 cup
  • • Garlic, Ginger paste - 2-3 tsp
  • • Tomato puree - 1 cup
  • • Soy sauce, Chilli sauce, Tomato ketchup- to taste
  • • Salt, Black Pepper crushed - to taste
  • • Ripe Mango Dices - 1 cup
  • • Oil - 1 tbsp

Method

  1. 1. Take oil in a pan

  2. 2. Add onion paste stir in hot oil followed by garlic paste

  3. 3. When cooked add ginger paste, fry for sometime

  4. 4. Add chicken chunks with turmeric and salt and cook for 10 min

  5. 5. Mix soya, chilli sauce, red chilli powder, tomato puree and ketchup in a bowl

  6. 6. Add this mixture to half cooked chicken and allow to cook well in simmer

  7. 7. Once done keep aside and toss with mango chunks/ scoops

  8. 8. Top with ginger juliennes

  9. 9. Can be served hot main course or cold salad

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