With so many dietary restrictions for diabetics, don’t you wish there was this one recipe that was masaledaar but also healthy? Well, wish no more! Your Cooking Companion has got a power-packed dish which will also set your taste buds on fire! Presenting chicken sukha, a protein and fibre-rich dish which is marinated and cooked in a variety of spices that are sure to make you drool.
Not only will this dish, cooked in Fortune VIVO Diabetes-Care Oil, satiate your hunger but will also keep your cravings at bay. You can have chicken sukha with brown rice/ jowar roti or just as is. So, without further ado, let Fortune VIVO Buddy show you how to make this dish step by step, through this photo-led guide.
- Chicken (250 gm)
- Onion (1/2)
- Capsicum (1/2)
- Curd (2 tsp)
- Red chilli powder (1/2 tsp )
- Black pepper powder (1/2 tsp)
- Turmeric (a pinch)
- Garam masala (a pinch)
- Dhania powder (1 tsp)
- Salt (as per taste)
- Ginger-garlic paste (1/2 tsp)
- Fortune VIVO Diabetes-Care Oil (2 tsp)
- Coriander (to garnish)
Have you got all your ingredients for chicken sukha? Here’s all you need.
Prep your chicken by washing and cutting it into small pieces.
Next, in a bowl, mix chilli powder, pepper powder, coriander powder, turmeric, salt, garam masala, ginger-garlic paste, yogurt and form a nice homogenous paste.
It’s now time to add the chicken pieces to this mix.
Rub the masala on each piece individually. Let the mix marinate for at least an hour in the refrigerator. Jitna jyada marination, utna jyada swaad!
Now heat Fortune VIVO Diabetes-Care Oil.
Sauté the marinated chicken in the heated oil. Cover and cook it until it is well done.
Once cooked, sauté it again on medium–high flame until it is nice and dry.
Then toss in the chopped onions and capsicum.
Make sure you cook them together for 2 more minutes.
For the finale, garnish it with coriander leaves and serve your showstopper chicken sukha with roti, rice or biryani.