A flavour-packed Desi version of Chicken Roulade...
I have used crumbled Methi Paneer for the stuffing and served it on a bed of Lahsuni Palak.
Chicken breast ... 1
Paneer ............. 1/2 cup (crumbled)
Fresh methi leaves .. 1/2 cup
Coriander leaves ...... 1/2 cup
Green chillies .......... 2-3 (crushed or chopped finely)
Garlic paste ............ 2 tsps
Sliced garlic ......... 1 tbsp (for Lehsuni Palak)
Spinach / palak .. 1 small bunch (1 cup pureed)
Salt ............. to taste
Cumin powder .... 1 tsp
Coriander powder .. 1 tsp
Garam masala powder .. 1/2 tsp
Black pepper.... 1/4 tsp
Oil .............. 4 tbsps
1. Place the cleaned chicken breast between plastic sheets and flatten it with a meat hammer.Season it with salt and black pepper. Set aside to marinate.
2. In a pan heat 2 tbsps of oil and saute the garlic paste. Add the fresh methi and coriander leaves, green chillies, spice powders, salt and stir-fry. Now add the crumbled paneer and mix well until the flavours are incorporated. Spoon this paneer mixture on the flattened chicken breast.
6. Now immerse it in the boiling water. Simmer for 8-10 minutes.
7. Meanwhile to prepare the lehsuni palak, take the blanched palak leaves and puree them coarsely. In a pan heat a tbsp of oil and fry the chopped garlic pieces until light brown. Add the salt, spice powders and palak puree. Stir fry it for a couple of minutes. Set aside
10. Slice it carefully. Spoon the lahsuni palak in a serving platter and place the chicken roulade slices on it.
very well explained... lot flavours must have made this yummyReplyDelete
Thanks Amrita :)Delete
This Desi version of Chicken Roulade served beautifully sounds exciting. The flavours of methi and garlic must give it the classic Indian taste.ReplyDelete
Thanks Mina. Yes this is a sure winner.Delete
Wow Shobha, though I'm not a meat eater, I definitely feel that this chicken roulade is very festive.ReplyDelete
Thanks Mayuri. This was a big hit when I made itDelete
Loved the addition of methi n paneer Shobhaji.. this must have the bursting flavors... will give it a try..ReplyDelete
Yes Sarika. All the flavours complimented each other and well balanced.Delete
This must be a party to taste buds for all the chicken lovers . The methi saag is really interesting. I think I will make the methi paneer saag as is and serve with rotis .ReplyDelete
Oh yes, it was a big hit. Everyone liked it.Delete
a great party platter for sure. Delicious to the core!ReplyDelete
such a delightful treat for chicken lovers :-) loved thr presentation and the garlicky palak as base...ReplyDelete
Wow this definitely is a delicious way to serve chicken. I love this desi version.ReplyDelete