Chicken Rose Garden is a mouth-watering Indo-Indian dish made especially for Chinese Style Food Lovers. You can eat it raw or with Chapati.
The combination of sweet and sour taste makes it very unique. Made with simple Chinese sauces and boneless chicken.
It is loved by all, especially children and youngsters. My kids are mad about this recipe. Whenever we make this recipe we need to make it in bulk. They don’t eat anything else. Just Rose garden and that is it.
I had this first time on valentine’s day. My wife made this rosey dish for me. Since then it is into my favorite list. Win the heart of your husband with this lovely dish. Roses have always been a sign of love.
Ingredients of Chicken Rose Garden
Chicken Boneless 500 gm
Ginger Garlic Paste 1.5 Tablespoon
Red Chili Powder 1 Tablespoon
Salt To Taste
Black Pepper Powder 1 Teaspoon
Ajinomoto 1 Teaspoon
Edible Red Color 1/2 Teaspoon or as much required
Egg 1 pcs
Cornflour 2 Tablespoon
Wheat Flour 1 Tablespoon
Edible Oil for Frying
Red Chili Flakes 1 Tablespoon
Chopped Garlic 1 Tablespoon
Tomato Ketchup 4 Tablespoon
Soya Sauce 1 Tablespoon
Sizwan Sauce 2 Tablespoon
Red Color 1/4 Teaspoon
Sugar 1/2 Teaspoon
Green Onion 2 pcs
Steps for Chicken Rose Garden
Take a bowl and put Boneless chicken cubes in it. Add Ginger Garlic paste, Red Chili Powder, Salt, Black Pepper Powder, Ajinomoto (optional), Red Color, Egg, Corn Flour and Wheat Flour.
Mix it well and keep it aside for at least 45 minutes to marinate. The longer the marinating time the better.
Take a small pan and put oil in it. Fry the marinated chicken and keep it in a plate.
Take another pan and add 3 tablespoon oil in it. Keep the flame to medium. Add Chopped Garlic and Red Chili Flakes in it. Fry for about 2-3 minutes.
Add Tomato Ketchup, Soya Sauce, Sizwan Sauce, edible red color, salt, black pepper powder, sugar and mix it well. Cook for 15 minutes or until the gravy gets ready.
Add the fried chicken to it and cook for another 5-7 minutes. Your mouth-watering Chicken Rose Garden is ready.
Garnish it with chopped green onion. Don’t use the heads, use only the green part.
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