Milk Cream -Pepper Chicken Curry

Here is a sumptuous chicken curry to be taken with any bread at dinner.

All you need is(1) chicken (2) Fresh Milk Cream (3) Black Pepper (4) Salt and (5) 2 onions

That is it!

Step 1. Wash chicken and heat it in a pan.

Step 2. In this time chop onions- I took 2 onions minced in small pieces.

Step 3. Put 4 table spoon of refined oil in frying pan. Heat the oil in frying pan, put black pepper in heated oil. I put both — grinded black pepper powder and raw balck pepper balls.

Put the chopped onions in it. And try it, till it changes color and chicken to this pan.

Step 4. Put chicken and water in which it was heating in frying pan.

It saves time — as while you are busy chopping and doing things, chicken was being heated in water in separate jar.

Step 5. Wait for chicken to be soft enough to eat- as per your likings, mine was ready in 10 minutes—it had leg pieces and some boneless things too!

Step 6. Once chicken is ready with the softness you require, add fresh milk cream to the frying pan. [2-4 serving spoons, taste in between the curry, and thickness you like]

Step 7. Mix well, heat for 2-3 minutes, add some salt-as per taste. Dish is ready in 15 minutes in total!

This is how it looks in pan–super delicious it was! Put some milk cream on top for decoration :-)!

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