After one week of being fully vegetarian for Thaipusam my husband have requested me to cook Spicy Chicken Sambal for lunch. I have prepared this dish to go with rasam and plain rice, it tasted awesome. Let's see how to make this dish;
4pcs of chicken whole leg (cut into small pieces)
3 large onions( cut into thick slices)
25 pcs of dried chilli
1 tbsp of chilli sauce
1 tsp of brown sugar
1/2 tsp of white vinegar
4 tbsp of meat curry powder
Salt to taste
Oil to fry
Marinate the chicken pieces with salt and meat curry powder, add a little water and keep it aside. Then fry the chicken until chicken is 3/4th cooked, place the fried chicken on kitchen towel to blot the excess oil.
Boil dried chilli for 10 minutes until its soft and drain the water, then blend with little water to form a smooth paste.
Heat oil and fry onions until translucent, now pour in the chilli paste with some water and let it boil until the raw smell of the chilli gone. Then add fried chicken, chilli sauce, brown sugar, white vinegar and salt to taste, let the sambal simmer and thicken.
Now our Spicy Chicken Sambal is ready to be served. Do try and let me know how it turned out for you!