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Shorba is a delicious variety of soup or stew found in national cuisines across Eurasia. Shorba word is of Turkic origin and in the Indian subcontinent, the term shorba simply means gravy which is more of a soupy consistency and is served with naan, roti, pav etc. Shorba can be made in various ways for example using lentils, vegetables or meat. Chicken Shorva



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Author Vahchef Servings 2 persons
Published June 02, 2009 Cooking Time (mins) 45
Main Ingredient Chicken Preparation Time mins
    234 cals calories

Description
Shorba is a delicious variety of soup or stew found in national cuisines across Eurasia. Shorba word is of Turkic origin and in the Indian subcontinent, the term shorba simply means gravy which is more of a soupy consistency and is served with naan, roti, pav etc. Shorba can be made in various ways for example using lentils, vegetables or meat.

Ingredients of Chicken Shorva

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Ginger & Garlic Paste  1 Teaspoons
onion  1 Cup
salt  As needed 0
dry masalas  2 Numbers
oil  1 Tablespoons
water  as need 0
chill powder red  1 Tablespoons
coriander  1 1/2 Tablespoons
coconut  2 Tablespoons
Curd  1 Cup
Chicken  750 Grams
Turermic powder  pinch 0
garam masala  pinch 0
coriander leaves chopped  1/2 Cup

Directions
  1. Take a bowl add curd,coconut,coriander,chilli powder,water and mix well and make into a paste keep it a side.
  2. Now take a pan add oil, garama masalas, bay leaf, onions, salt fry till golden brown colour, then add ginger garlic paste, turermic powder,chicken, mix well cook till it changes the colour.Now add curd masala mix and then add enough water and cook for 30 mins are till chicken is tender in a slow flame.
  3. One the chicken is cooked add garamamasala powder and coriander chopped switch of the flame.Serve with Naan.
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