Quick And Easy Chicken Recipes To Try In Lockdown

Quick And Easy Chicken Recipes To Try In Lockdown

Anyone who eats chicken can attest to the fact that it is soul food. Chicken is an instant mood lifter and can be cooked in various ways, all of which result in a tasty, nutritious meal.

In today’s Quarantine Curation, we’ll show you how to cook chicken in five different ways for the best lockdown meal. These aren’t quite as good as the PUBG Chicken Dinner, but they’re still pretty good. If anything, the pleasure is more significant.

Lemon Chicken

One of our most famous main dish chicken recipes is this simple lemon chicken recipe. The chicken’s natural flavor is allowed to shine with simple flavor additions that don’t overwhelm the dish. The short ingredient list also adds to the ease of preparation, allowing this dinner to be prepared in no time, ideal for a busy weeknight. You only need 30 minutes. Serve this meal with rice and crisp vegetables for a tasty dinner that your whole family will enjoy.


Checklist of Ingredients

• 4 chicken breasts, skinned and boned (approximately 1 1/2 pound)

One teaspoon of salt

• 12 tsp. black pepper

• One-third of a cup of all-purpose flour

• 4 tbsp. butter (distributed)

• 2 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil, divided

• 14 cups chicken stock

• a quarter-cup of lemon juice

• 8 slices of lemon

• 14 cups new flat-leaf parsley, chopped

• Lemon slices as a garnish


Checklist of Instructions

• The first Phase

Each chicken breast should be cut in half lengthwise. Use a rolling pin or the flat side of a meat mallet to flatten the chicken between two sheets of heavy-duty plastic wrap to a 1/4-inch thickness. Season the chicken with salt and pepper before serving. Dunk the chicken in flour and shake off the waste.

• Second Phase

In a wide non-stick skillet, melt one tablespoon butter with one tablespoon olive oil over medium-high heat. Cook for two to three min. on each side in a skillet or until golden brown and cooked through. Keep the chicken warm by transferring it to a serving platter. Rep with 1 tbsp—butter and the remaining olive oil, as well as the chicken.

• Third Phase

Add the broth and lemon juice to the skillet and cook for 1 to 2 min., until the sauce has thickened slightly, stirring to remove any particles stuck to the bottom of the pan. Eight lemon slices should be included.

• Fourth Phase

Remove the heat from the skillet and blend in the parsley and the remaining two tablespoons of butter until the butter has melted. The sauce should be poured over the chicken. Serve right away. If needed, garnish.

Chicken Lollipop

The marination is the secret here. In a bowl, place 500g of chicken leg. In a large mixing bowl, blend one beaten egg, three tablespoons cornflour, one tablespoon all-purpose flour, one teaspoon black pepper powder, one tablespoon ginger-garlic pastes, two teaspoons soy sauce, and one teaspoon salt. Mix all together thoroughly, making sure that each piece is completely protected. Allow the marinated chicken to sit for at least 30 minutes before deep-frying it. The best chicken lollipop you’ll ever eat.

Chilli Chicken

You’ll need boneless chicken cut into smaller pieces for this recipe. Cook the chicken in the same way as in the previous recipe. One medium onion, cut into cubes, one medium capsicum, two teaspoons minced garlic, one teaspoon minced ginger, two three green chilies, four tablespoon tomato sauce, two tablespoon chili sauce, one tablespoon vinegar, half teaspoon salt, one tablespoon soy sauce, three tablespoon cornflour are needed for the gravy.

Add the ginger, garlic, and green chilies to a pan and cook for 30-35 seconds. Then add the onion and capsicum and cook on high heat for a few minutes. Mix with all of the sauces thoroughly. Combine cornflour and 250ml water in a bowl and pour into the pan. Cook for another 5 minutes after adding the fried chicken. You should adjust the amount of water to make the gravy you like.

Malai Chicken

Murgh Malaiwala, or Malai Chicken, is a simple yet delicious chicken preparation. It has a creamy texture and a well-balanced flavor of spices and dried fruits. So, here’s how you can make this one-of-a-kind Chicken Curry at home.

How to Make Murgh Malaiwala (Murgh Malaiwala)

• To prepare the marination:

• Cut tiny incisions in the chicken drumsticks. For thirty minutes, marinate with ginger, garlic paste, and white pepper.

• To make the garam masala, combine all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl.

• In a mortar and pestle or a mixie, dry roast the garam masala ingredients and grind them.

• To make the gravy:

•In a large saucepan, heat the milk, onions, and green chilies until the onions are tender.

• Combine the milk and the marinated chicken in a large mixing bowl.

• Add chopped ginger, dried ginger powder, coriander leaves, white pepper powder, kasoori methi, garam masala, and a pinch of saffron. Allow it to simmer for a while.

• Saute thoroughly and cook for a long time (about 7-10 minutes). Season with salt. Mix thoroughly.

• Top with chopped almonds and serve immediately.

Butter Chicken

We haven’t had butter chicken prepared in a restaurant in a very long time. On the other hand, this recipe is just as good, if not better. This recipe can take a little longer than the others on the list, but trust us when we say it’s well worth the wait. Create cuts in one of the chickens. One cup curd, one teaspoon ginger-garlic paste, one teaspoon lemon juice, one teaspoon salt, one teaspoon pepper, and a pinch of garam masala marinate the chicken. Mix well and set aside the chicken for at least two hours. Allow the chicken to marinate overnight for a better flavor.

Grill the chicken once the marination is complete.

Also Read: 6 Cooking Basic Skills For Beginners

To make the sauce:

  1. Boil half a kilogram of tomatoes and puree them.

  2. Toss the tomato puree with one tablespoon of ginger-garlic paste, a pinch of salt, and a little butter in a pan.

  3. Cook the gravy for a few minutes before adding the chicken, Kasturi methi, half teaspoon sugar, and five to six tablespoons of milk. You’ll adore.

So, these are some of the easy to make yet delicious chicken recipes you should try during lockdown to kill time and fill your stomach with delicious foods.

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