Spicy chicken cooked with extra onions, adds a punch to almost any meal.

Servings: 4 | Time To Prepare: 45 minutes | Submitted By: Chitra Nag


  • 2, lbs Chicken
  • 6, pods Garlic
  • 1, inch piece Ginger
  • 1, tbsp (grated) Coconut
  • 5, Green Chili
  • 2, Small Cardamom
  • 1, in Cinnamon
  • 4, Cloves
  • a pinch Mace
  • a pinch Nutmeg powder
  • 2, tsp Red Chili Powder
  • 1/2, cup Milk
  • 1, tsp Coriander Seeds
  • 1, tsp Cumin Seed Powder
  • 1, cut into small pieces Tomato
  • To taste Salt
  • 0.5, Cup Cooking Oil
  • 3, Large Onion
  • 2, Egg


  1. Take one whole Cornish hen (or chicken), de-skin, wash and cut into 10 to 12 pieces. Hard boil 2 eggs and keep it aside.
  2. Grind all ingredients from garlic to cumin seed into a fine paste (called masala paste).
  3. Add the ground masala paste and salt to the chicken pieces and mix thoroughly.
  4. Chop onion finely. Heat oil and fry onion lightly. Add marinated chicken and cook for 5 minutes. Add the chopped tomato and eggs. Reduce heat and cook on slow fire with occasional stirring till oil starts separating and the chicken is tender.
  5. For Garnishing: Cut 1/2 onion into fine slices. Heat oil and deep fry the onion till golden brown.
  6. Sprinkle the fried onion. Serve hot with pulao, rice or paratha.


shanti (7/7/2004)….Excellent, my husband is non vegetarin and I am a vegetarian so i really don’t know how the chicken curry should so i use to try new new recipes and this one was really good. My husband said excellent and asked me which recipe is this.

jaideepdas (3/1/2004)….Great recipe. My family enjoyed it.

bijons (2/21/2004)….Very user friendly recipe

mamata (1/19/2004)….its wonderful.

souvik_k (11/17/2003)….absolutely wonderful. I always had a problem cooking indian food. But even I could follow the instructions and make a really great dish. Three cheers for the contributor.

daisyguha (6/23/2003)….this is really good. we all enjoyed it.

preemadixit (5/2/2003)….Excellent recipe… i only did not garnish with browned onions as i was lazy 🙂

diyasma (2/11/2003)….this was so good!! I really liked it. The only change I made to it was that since I wanted my kids to enjoy it as much as we did, I did not add any chillies to the original recipe, instead fried split green chillies with onions and used that as a topping. Talk about scrumptious!!!!


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