Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Chicken Buttermilk

Assalamualaikum wbt..

So the husband is finally home! Fuhhh! *Lega*

Since now we have the chance to eat together, he requested something special for dinner.. . Although I was a bit tired after back home from work but I'm quite excited to prepared our little family my home cooked meal :) :) I was having lunch the other day at my favourite place, Commons and I ordered Chicken Buttermilk Bento. It taste so good that I wanted to duplicate it into my own recipe. 

Last week, one of the recipes I used for dinner was really really bad. So bad, that Aulia' refuse to eat dinner.  So this time, I became very careful especially on the ingredients, so I declared that the first dinner I cook this week would be a totally original one, made up by Shema..Although...I *was* a bit worried, since I never did it before...

So taking inspiration from Commons, I decided to try and replicate that. Actually it turned out good.The chicken was crisp, under a creamy sweetish spicy-ish sauce. Very close to Common's Chicken Buttermilk! I am so proud of myself :D hehehe!

I know some people have been looking for this recipe, so here it is! I don't claim that it is 100% the same, but I would say its pretty close. Enjoy! (p.s: It is a bit unhealthy though)..

The amounts are just approximations, since I just made this recipe up. Besides, the greatest chefs don't use measurements don't they?,kekekeke!

Ingredients:

500 g chicken (I used drumsticks)
Cornflour
4-5 Tablespoon of Margarine
1 stalk curry leaves
Dried Chillies, chopped
150 ml Evaporated Milk
3 tablespoon of brown/white sugar (I used brown sugar)
1 teaspoon of salt

How to Cook:

1. Season chicken with salt.
2. Coat with cornflour and deep fry. Get it golden brown and set aside
3. Melt butter over a gentle heat and fry chopped chillies and curry leaves until it starts to smell good.
4. Add evaporated milk and sugar. Stir until the sugar is dissolved. Keep the pan on the heat until the sauce is nice and thick. (Butter should be combine with milk just like white sauce!)
5. Add in chicken. Mix well to cover in the sauce.
6. Serve hot with rice/ veges.


Ta-Daaaaaaaaaa!

The serving size depends on the amount of chicken you use. I used 6 of chicken drumsticks which I think enough to serves 3-4 people, depending on how hungry you are. I only ate 2 of it and the rest down within minutes by hubby. Lol!!

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