Chicken Keema Pav Recipe

120 minutes


serves 1

This is a simple unique street style Chicken Keema Pav recipe . ‘Keema’ means chicken mince. Can do fine mince or if you like to have crunchy you can leave a bit bite size pieces. Grated boiled egg gives an amazing addition to the dish. Most of the street style food in Northern part of India they put grated boiled egg on top of the dish. Chicken keema goes well with bread.

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2 Tbspn Oil
1Tbspn Ginger Garlic Paste
1cup Diced Chicken Thigh and Breast
½ Tspn Turmeric powder
2Nos. Green Chilli Slit
1Tbspn Coriander Powder
1Tbspn Chilli Powder
½ Tspn Maggi Seasoning
1Tspn Garam Masala
½ Tspn Chat Masala
½ Tspn Salt
½ Cup Water
2Tbspn Onion Tomato Masala
1Tbspn Chopped Coriander
½ Tspn Chilli Oil
1Tbspn Butter
2rings Pickled Onion
1Tbpsn Dice Pepper
½ Nos. Grated egg

Nutritional Information

200g Fat
100g Protein
146g Sugars
436g Calories
24g Carbs
137g Trans fat



Stage 1

In a hot pan pour oil, put chicken mince and ginger garlic paste. Saute for few minutes.
Once the mixture start leaving the water add turmeric powder, slit green chilli, coriander powder, chilli powder, seasoning powder and garam masala. Mix it altogether. Saute for two minutes.
Mark as complete

Stage 2

Now add chat masala, salt and water. Allow it to cook and let the water reduce.
Now add onion tomato masala, mix it. Add chopped fresh coriander, chilli oil and butter. Mix it and switch off the flame.
Mark as complete

Stage 3

Plate chicken keema in a bowl, garnish it with grated egg, pickled onion and dice pepper.
Can serve with toasted pav or brioche bread.
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*Nutrition info is a rough estimate based on the ingredients. Note that values may vary from case to case.
*As with all recipes, there is a number of ways you can get things done. If you believe that some of the instructions can be improved, or have a good alternative solution, feel free to leave a comment.

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