Chicken keema balls (kola urundai)
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Author aarthi.krishnamoorthy Yield No Value
Published Nov 16, 2010 Cooking Time 20 Minutes
Recipe Type Non Veg-Main Preparation Time 10 Minutes
Ingredient Chicken Standing Time 20 Minutes
Description:

Kola Urundai is one of the delicious recipes of south india

Recipe of Chicken keema balls (kola urundai)

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Coriander Leaves little
Curry Leaves 10 Leaf
Green Chillies 5 Numbers
Corn Flour 1 Tablespoons
Beaten Egg 1 Numbers
Chopped Onions 3 Numbers
Hing 1 Pinch
Fennel Seeds 1 Tablespoons
Cumin Seeds 2 Tablespoons
Lime Juice 1 Teaspoons
Turmeric Powder 1 Tablespoons
Ginger Garlic Paste 2 Tablespoons
Skinless Chicken Breast 1.5 Lbs
Coriander Powder 2 Tablespoons
Chilli Powder 1 or 2 Tablespoons
Pepper Powder 1 Tablespoons
Oil To Fry
Salt To Taste

Directions

Cut the chicken into small pieces. Mix the chicken pieces with ginger-garlic paste, little turmeric powder, lime juice and salt. Heat little oil in tava and put the mixed chicken. Saute for five minutes in low flame till the chicken is lightly cooked. Take any water that oozes out of chicken. This can be used for gravy (if you make) Cool the chicken to room temperature. Grind the chicken along with cumin seeds, fennel seeds and hing finely in a blender. Mix the ground chicken with chopped onions, one beaten egg, little corn flour, chopped green chillies, curry leaves, coriander leaves, coriander powder, chilli powder and pepper powder Make small balls of this and deep fry them to golden brown. Your Chicken keema balls are ready to serve now.

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This recipe I have had one during my childhood days in one of my friend's house. It tasted great and my friend's mom told that she had ground the meat in a traditional grinder to make that. We had never tried it at our home but I always wanted to make this once. We searched for the recipe over the web but couldnt get the perfect video. So we tried in our own style. Ofcourse, our style came from vahrehvah :)

Posted Nov 16, 2010

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