Crispy Thread Chicken is yet another easy-to-make Chicken starter dish which is prepared with boneless chicken cornflour, maida, and aromatic spices. Seeing the pic you might think it is difficult to make but it is not. Taste even better when serving with schezwan sauce.
Crispy Thread Chicken is crispy and juicy chicken with a delicious taste. I m sure everyone in the family will love this amazing recipe. Especially, the kids love it due to its crispy taste.
I can say that this thread chicken is a kid pleaser. As a mother, you will have a sense of satisfaction when you see your kids eating with no fuss.
Light on the stomach and a great option when you have some unexpected guest, kitty parties or gatherings.
I first tried this Chicken at a restaurant called Chinese N Grill in Surat. I could say that I fell in love the first day. Then, tried these at home and everyone liked it.
Ingredients of Thread Chicken
Boneless Chicken - 500 gm
Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 Tablespoon
Red Chili Powder - 1 Teaspoon
Tomato Chili Sauce - 1 Tablespoon
Soya Sauce - 1/2 Teaspoon
Vinegar - 1 Teaspoon
Red Chili Sauce - 1 Teaspoon
Egg - 1 Pc
Maida (all purpose flour) - 2 Tablespoon
Cornflour - 1 Tablespoon
Salt - To Taste
Samosa Wraps or Spring Roll Wraps - 10 Wraps
Edible Oil - For Frying
Steps for Thread Chicken
Take the samosa wraps and cut them into thin strips. These strips will be used for covering the chicken.
Wash the chicken properly and drain all the water. Cut the chicken into long strips. Squeeze and remove the excess water to make it dry.
Now take the chicken in a bowl to marinate with all the ingredients. Keep it aside for at least half an hour. If kept for more time it is better.
Take 1 strip of chicken and lightly roll in samosa threads. Don’t press as you do in other starters. Roll until the chicken strip is completely covered with threads of samosa sheet.
Heat oil in a pan for frying. Deep fry them until golden brown. Your appetizing Thread Chicken is ready to rock.
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