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Chicken Manchurian Dry | Recipe By Lipika Debnath1 min read

Chicken Manchurian Dry | Recipe By Lipika Debnath<span class="wtr-time-wrap after-title"><span class="wtr-time-number">1</span> min read</span>



Oil – 3 tblspn
Ginger – 1 tblspn finely chopped
Garlic – 1 tblspn finely chopped
Spring Onion a handful finely chopped
Cornflour / Cornstarch – 1 tsp
Water – 2 tblspn

For Marination:
Skinless Chicken  – 1/2 kg  cut into cubes
Egg – 1
Soya Sauce – 1 tsp
Cornflour / Cornstarch – 4 tblspn
All Purpose Flour / Maida – 2 tblspn
Ginger garlic paste – 1tspn
Red Chilli powder – 1/2 tspn
Red Chilli paste – 1tspn
Vinegar – 1/2tspn
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste

For Sauce:
Onion chopped – 1 cup
Ginger garlic chopped – 2 tbspn
Tomatoes – 1 chopped
Green Chilli sauce – 2tspn
Red Chilli sauce – 2tspn
Red Chilli paste – 1tspn or schwezan chutney
Tomato Ketchup – 1/4 cup
Soya Sauce – 1 tblspn
Vinegar – 1 tsp
Sugar – 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
1 cup mixer of water and 1tspn cornflour.


  1. Mix all the ingredients for marination. Heat oil in a nonstick pan and put the chicken in oil and deep fry till golden brown. Remove it and set aside.

2. Mix all sauce ingredients and set aside. Mix cornflour with water and set aside.

3. In the remaining oil, add in onion, ginger, garlic, tom, to and spring onion and fry for a min. Add in sauce and mix well. Let it bubble up till it thickens.

4. Add the fried chicken in and the cornflour mix. Toss well. Add in spring onion and mix well.
Garnish with spring onion and coriander leaves.

5. Serve hot and enjoy.

About The Author

Lipika Debnath

An engineering graduate in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Veltech University Chennai. Her sense of pride for nation reflects from her work as after her graduation she joined as a school teacher in Hojai, Assam under Sarba Siksha Abhiyan, Govt. of Assam, India to nurture the young minds of India. She loves teaching and be with kids and providing them with the pinnacle of knowledge. She loves cooking and has mastered the art of cooking since her childhood. Meet our in-house Food Columnist, Miss Lipika who can make your mouth open and drool once you happened to read her food column. Yes, you need to be lucky or go and meet her personally at her home to taste those palatable dishes cooked by her.

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