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How to make Spicy Chicken 65 Indian Style Recipe

Updated on November 20, 2015
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Spicy Chicken 65 Indian Style Recipe

Spicy Chicken 65 Indian Style Recipe

3.7 stars from 3 ratings of Spicy Chicken 65

Rice Flour - One of the important ingredient required to prepare Spicy Chicken 65

Recipe Introduction

Dear Readers,

Using Chicken there are thousands of recipes to cook. But this recipe is something different you might love to try. There are some health benefits in eating chicken.

Health benefits of chicken are:

  1. Rich source of protein
  2. Good Anti-depressant
  3. As good source of protein, prevents bone loss
  4. As it contains phosphorus, it supports central nervous system, liver, kidney, bones and teeth
  5. Rich source of Selenium
  6. Contains Vitamin B6 or B-Complex vitamins
  7. Good source of Niacin

Let's get into preparing Spicy Chicken 65 Indian style recipe.

Garam masala - Supporting ingredient to cook Spicy Chicken 65

Cook Time

Prep time: 5 min
Cook time: 15 min
Ready in: 20 min
Yields: Serves three people

Ingredients

  • 1 lb Chicken, (boneless, cut into small cubes)
  • 1/2 tablespoon Rice flour
  • 1 tablespoon Corn flour
  • 1 teaspoon Red Chilli powder
  • 1 teaspoon Garam masala powder
  • 1 teaspoon Ginger-garlic paste
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 Pinch Red colour
  • 1 Pinch Turmeric powder
  • 2 teaspoon Curd or yogurt
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 tea spoon Salt
  • Refined oil, (for frying)
  • Onion, (cut in to rings for garnishing)
  • Coriander leaves, (chopped for garnishing)

Instructions

  1. In a bowl put all the ingredients as per the given quantity except, chicken, onion, oil and coriander leaves.
  2. Mix all the ingredients well by beating the egg along with the ingredients.
  3. Now put the chicken in the mixed ingredients and mix well.
  4. Keep the marinated chicken aside for few minutes.
  5. Switch on the flame and pour required quantity of oil for frying.
  6. When the oil is hot put a marinated chicken piece inside the oil and fry the chicken till it become nice reddish brown color.
  7. When chicken is in reddish brown, take the chicken out of the oil and place it in a dry plate on a tissue.
  8. Taste the chicken, whether the spice and salt is enough for you. If it is enough continue the above process for rest all chicken pieces. Otherwise add extra chilli powder and salt as per your taste.
  9. Similarly fry each and every piece.
  10. Your hot and spicy Chicken 65 is ready to serve. Garnish with onions and lemon pieces.
All the ingredients are added inside the bowl
All the ingredients are added inside the bowl
Ingredients are mixed well
Ingredients are mixed well
Chicken is marinated with the prepared batter
Chicken is marinated with the prepared batter
Put the chicken pieces one by one in oil
Put the chicken pieces one by one in oil
Fry them till they become nice reddish brown
Fry them till they become nice reddish brown
Flip the pieces for them to get fried at other end
Flip the pieces for them to get fried at other end
Fried chicken 65 ready
Fried chicken 65 ready
Place the fried pieces on a tissue in a plate
Place the fried pieces on a tissue in a plate

© 2013 Ravi and Swastha

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    • peachpurple profile image

      peachy 

      2 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      i love spicy chicken, can i use curry paste instead?

    • choosetolive profile imageAUTHOR

      Ravi and Swastha 

      4 years ago from London, Canada

      Hi Pocono Foothills,

      Thanks for intimating your situation. I have provided a link to purchase MTR Garama Masala or Chilly chicken masala.

      You can purchase either of those and use it. Both would give a good Indian taste to your chicken.

      Thanks,

      Mrs.Choosetolive.

    • choosetolive profile imageAUTHOR

      Ravi and Swastha 

      4 years ago from London, Canada

      Hi Pocono Foothills,

      Thanks for intimating your situation. I have provided a link to purchase MTR Garama Masala or Chilly chicken masala.

      You can purchase either of those and use it. Both would give a good Indian taste to your chicken.

      Thanks,

      Mrs.Choosetolive.

    • pocono foothills profile image

      John Fisher 

      4 years ago from Easton, Pennsylvania

      @choosetolive-Thanks for the clarification. I'll have to try to find an Asian or Indian market near where I live. Never any problem to find Puerto Rican or Mexican markets, but Asian is a different story.

    • choosetolive profile imageAUTHOR

      Ravi and Swastha 

      4 years ago from London, Canada

      Hi Pocono foothills,

      Thanks for voting up. This recipe is originated from south india (Hyderabad) where the 65th menu is a chicken fry recipe in one of the hotel (where this recipe was introduced). Hence from then, it was named as Chicken 65. Its not a grocery. But the ingredients needed in this recipe will be available in indian or asian grocery.

      Thanks,

      Mrs.Choosetolive.

    • pocono foothills profile image

      John Fisher 

      4 years ago from Easton, Pennsylvania

      @choosetolive-Why is it called spicy chicken "65", I mean what does the "65" signify? Is masala powder sold in Indian grocery? Thanks for the recipe. Voted up.

    • choosetolive profile imageAUTHOR

      Ravi and Swastha 

      4 years ago from London, Canada

      Hi chin chin,

      Chicken 65 and spicy chicken 65 are almost the same.

      Chicken 65 is an Indian dish which will be made with hot spices. It is the traditional way of preparing. Garam masala powder is optional. Chilly powder is enough for a good spicy chicken 65. As i have added more spices, i have named my recipe as spicy chicken 65.

      If your kids prefer sweet dish, in the above recipe instead of using 1 teaspoon red chilly powder use 1/2 teaspoon red chilly powder. Also instead of using garam masala powder, use 1 teaspoon of sugar powder.

      For spice lovers there are many varieties of making chicken 65. Post you soon. Till then, keep watching our different varieties of other recipes that are being posted.

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      Chin chin 

      4 years ago from Philippines

      Do you have a recipe of Chicken 65 also? That would be great.

    • choosetolive profile imageAUTHOR

      Ravi and Swastha 

      4 years ago from London, Canada

      Hi chin chin,

      Chicken 65 is a very good starter. Instead of garam masala you can only use red chili powder. It will also taste good. If your kids like sweet taste add little sugar while mixing the batter.

    • choosetolive profile imageAUTHOR

      Ravi and Swastha 

      4 years ago from London, Canada

      Hi chin chin,

      Chicken 65 is a very good starter. Instead of garam masala you can only use red chili powder. It will also taste good. If your kids like sweet taste add little sugar while mixing the batter.

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      Chin chin 

      4 years ago from Philippines

      I like it when eating spicy chicken. Some of my children do too. I am just not sure if they would love the distinct Indian flavor or the masala powder.

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