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Lahori Steamed Charga

Lahori Steamed Charga
Prep Time
40 Mins
Cook Time

45 - 50 Mins

4 - 6
Well tenderized chargha is lahori style chicken. It's marinated with spices and yogurt them fried and steamed well. Enjoy with garlic dip or chutni.
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Source:  Chef Munawar Latif Lively Weekends Masala TV Channel
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  • Whole chicken 1 kg
  • Salt to taste
  • Garlic & ginger paste 2 tbsp
  • Plain yogurt ½ cup
  • Coriander seed ½ tsp (roasted and crushed)
  • Cumin seed ½ tsp (roasted and crushed)
  • Black pepper ½ tsp (roasted)
  • Lemon juice 2 tbsp
  • Orange color as needed
  • Oil 2 tbsp
  • Oil for frying 1 liter

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Cooking Directions

  1. Take whole chicken, for marinating take a bowl.

  2. Put plain yogurt, ginger & garlic paste, roasted coriander seeds crushed, roasted cumin seeds crushed, roasted black peeper crushed, lemon juice, oil, salt and orange color as needed.

  3. Mix the material well, marinade the whole chicken into the marination sauce, and leave it for ½ hour.

  4. Take a wok, put 1 liter oil in it, as the oil get hot at medium heat, put the marinated chicken into the hot oil to fry, as the chicken is fried, remove it from the fire.

  5. While all this steps are done, put the steamer on the fire to get hot & the steam is formed.

  6. Put the fried whole chicken into the steamer to get steamed.

  7. Let it get cook for ½ hour.

  8. Remove it from the steamer; serve it on a platter with hot ban bread & raita.

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