Chicken Vindaloo using Flat Bread photograph on the calendar in my kitchen wall keeps calling me out. I hesitated a couple of times to try out the recipe since the flat bread recipe appears somewhat odd to me. Eventually I listened to my perceptions, and gave the two recipes benefit of the doubt? I told me if the recipe is still great enough to look on the calendar of a global brand, it needs to be credible.
True to my earlier conclusion, the horizontal bread proves to be a disappointment. The dough ends up overly moist and soft. The bread tasted more like a hard biscuit over bread. Lesson learnt! My hunt for a fantastic flat bread recipe proceeds and naturally from food bloggers!
Nevertheless, that the Chicken Vindaloo is so yummy that I need to feature it here. I believe Vindaloo is among the most popular Indian dishes on the planet, there are Vindaloo in almost any Indian restaurants. After some study, I discovered that potatoes aren’t actually a vital ingredient. A conventional Vindaloo just includes beef, garlic, vinegar or wine and plenty of chilies inside.
Although I am utilized to fiery hot dishes, this dish remains too fiery hot for my taste bud. Vindaloo masala is chili based prep and that’s where it receives all of its tastes. You may tweak the number of spices and heat according to your taste. The spices all go so well together. I know whether I have a fantastic flatbread, I’ll have an amazing finger licking meal.
- 800g Chicken Thigh (cut into little pieces)
- 10 Dried Chili (decreased half if favor light hot)
- 10 Shallots
- 1 tsp Coriander Seeds
- 1 tsp Cumin
- 10ml water
- 2 tbsp Rice Vinegar (add more if you prefer)
- 3 tbsp vegetable oil
- Grind dried chili, garlic, ginger, shallots and garlic in a food processor into glue.
- Add coriander seeds and cumin and stir fry till coriander seeds and cumin begins to babble.
- Add in chicken pieces and curry leaves, stir to cook chicken pieces to get 1-2 minutes. Add water and cover to simmer on low heat for around 8-10 minutes before chicken is done. Add a bit more water if the sauce dries up.
- Eat Chicken Vindaloo with flat bread