Panja chicken Gravy is a gravy recipe made with boneless chicken, yogurt, and Indian spices. Best of special occasions and parties. Everyone will love it. Gravy made with yogurt and melon seeds is so yummy and the tender boneless chicken will mesmerize you. You should try it once.
This recipe is my own creation and I discovered this recipe when I was planning to try something new and exciting. It is a mixture of fry and gravy.
Panja Chicken Gravy is named after the palm of a hand as it is cut into the shape of a palm. It takes a bit more time but it is worth. I call it a heart-winning recipe.
Take whole chicken breasts and wrap it in a ziplock or a plastic sheet and flatten it. Don’t hit hard so that the boneless chicken is torn. Keep in freezer until it hardens. Cut it in the shape of a small hand palm. hand palm in Indian language is called “Panja”.
Marinate the chicken panjas with lemon juice, salt, garlic paste, ginger paste, and crispy chicken masala to it. Mix it well and keep it aside for about an hour. In case you don’t have crispy chicken masala, you can use ginger powder, onion powder, and red chili flakes instead of it.
Whisk the egg and dip the marinated chicken panjas in it. Then cover it with all-purpose flour. Heat oil in a pan and fry the hand palms in it on low flame until they turn golden.
For making the gravy, take a pan and add 1 tablespoon oil in it and add chopped garlic to it. Saute it and add green chili paste, yogurt and tomato puree to it. Cook Until oil floats.
Now add fresh cream and melon seeds powder to it. Mix it well and cook for approximately 3-4 minutes.
Now add the fried chicken hand palms into the gravy and mix it gently. Cook until the oil starts to float. You delicious Chicken Panja Gravy is ready to serve. Sprinkle chopped spring onion for garnishing. Eating it with Butter Khulcha gives the best tast
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