Chettinad Chicken – A Guest Post for Kulsum of Journey Kitchen


Me & Kulsum always joke & tell each other that we are long-lost sisters, sisters who have never met or knew each other before our food blogs happened. We took off around a similar time frame in the blogging world and have been in touch for almost 2 years now. Sharing an unadulterated love for all things Indian – food, spices, culture & lifestyle, whenever we communicate via twitter or mails or comments, mostly, we end up saying “oh..I was thinking the same way too” :)..It’s like you read my mind & speak my heart! These are the reasons I adore blogging. You touch people & they form a beautiful part of your life.

It’s a pleasure to share my little bit on Kulsum’s blog today. Thanks for having me over. While we were discussing the recipe for the guest post, she suggested doing something south indian. I mostly cook north indian food at home but am a die-hard fan of south indian food..It was a rare opportunity to make one of the south indian specialties which both me & my husband like to cook in our home kitchen. So I m sharing a recipe of Chettinad Chicken, which I learnt way back in Chennai when my husband was studying there. Every time I cook it, we enjoy it thoroughly. Hope you like it too!

Check out my recipe on her blog here. You can find printable recipe here.

Enjoy & Have a lovely week ahead everyone!
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Comments

  1. What a beautiful photo! This looks wonderful.

  2. That dish looksamazing! I’m heading over to Kulsum’s blog…

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  3. What an awesome post Tanvi. Great photography and even greater write up as usual :)

  4. As I was saying to Kulsum, you two strike me as long lost sisters too. I always always order chettinad chickn in restaurants! No I can make it at home!

  5. Slurp,looks delicious,..luv the platter

  6. Simple and delicious! I love this meal ( actually, I love all of your food Tanvi). I am off to check your post.

  7. Omg, terrific chettinad chicken,seriouslt makes me hungry..

  8. Tanvi, you have definitely outdone yourself. I mean wow. This Chettinad chicken looks absolutely delicious and wonderful. Definitely something to make for the winter time. I love it

  9. Great guest post, Tanvi. This meal looks divine! xx

  10. Excellent guest post Tanvi. Blogging is indeed such a beautiful journey and if only i could explain it to my non blogging friends!
    I love any chicken curry which is spicy and this is one of my fav too… beautifully presented.

  11. Wow! Tanvi lovely post and superb clicks!

  12. My curries are never this photogenic. I feel like I’m starving now that I’ve visited you LOL
    *kisses* HH

  13. Heading over there…:) So nice to have a blogging sister like that!

  14. It’s so inspiring to read about the special connection between two of my favorite and most talented desi bloggers. A toast to your friendship girls! Hey Tanvi, I’m a hooker for chettinad flavors. So yum!

  15. that looks so amazing! I love indian food and this hits all the right notes!

  16. Amazing recipe and beautiful photos Tanvi. Couldn’t have expected less from you :)

  17. checked out your delicious post looks wonderful

  18. This looks absolutely AMAZING!!

  19. I love how delicious these chicken legs look in your photos! Yum!

  20. Your presentation and pictures are always beautiful! Very tempted to prepare it for Mr Artichoke :-)

  21. Congrats on the Top 9! You said all the right things: spicy, coconut, and curry! I’m headed over to Kulsum’s blog now!

  22. Thank you so much everyone for stopping by and the kind words! Love you all!

  23. Amazing! Congrats on the top 9!

  24. What a terrific dish Tanvi..
    God I missed your posts for almost 10 days and now I am awarded with this…. YAY…..
    Beautiful pictures dear as usual…
    Lovely!!

  25. Congrats on Foodbuzz top 9!

  26. That looks sooo good.

  27. What an beautiful dish. Your photos are great! Congratulation on the top 9. Well done!

  28. I have been looking around for a Chettinad chicken recipe for quite some time now!Not that I didn’t find it on the Net,but I felt your version was awesome!Thanks for the recipe and the dish looks marvellous:) Congrats on the Top 9!

  29. balvinder says:
  30. Heading over to check it out now :)

  31. I can’t believe I missed this post! Wow how delicious! I didn’t know you and Kulsum are so close! It’s so nice you have 2 year of friendship already. What a great support to each other. Going over to her blog now.

  32. Looks fantastic!

  33. The moment i saw this pic , i knew I had to make it. Made this yday and my fussy husband loved it !! :) Have posted and linked it you as well… :)

  34. Rheena says:

    Hi Tanvi…made this last weekend and it was awesome! thank you!

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