Quick And Easy Chicken Keema Recipe In Under 30 Mins

Quick And Easy Chicken Keema Recipe In Under 30 Mins

Non-vegetarians love chicken in every form but nothing beats the Indian-style chicken dishes that brim with lots of masalas and invigorating aroma. A quick recipe to make Indian chicken is keema. Minced chicken is cooked in an onion-tomato base seasoned with typical desi spices. What makes keema special is that it is easy to cook and also retains the juiciness of the meat. If you are a novice cook who doesn’t like to spend too much time in the kitchen, this keema recipe will speed up the process to churn out your favourite chicken dish in no time.  

Here we are sharing some wonderful tips with you to make a quick keema recipe, quicker. In less than 30 minutes, you’ll have your dish ready to be savoured for lunch or dinner. Whether you are tired or in a hurry, pick this recipe to make a great chicken meal to go with your roti, paratha or even bread. In fact, chicken keema tastes so good that you can even skip the bread if you are following a low-carb diet.  

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Keema is an easy-to-make Indian delicacy that everyone loves. 

Quick Chicken Keema Recipe I How To Make Chicken Keema In Less Than 30 Mins: 

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The first trick is to slice the onions and tomatoes instead of chopping them finely. This will save chopping time, plus will add crunch and expend the same flavours of the onion-tomato base that you like. Saute whole spices like cardamom, bay leaves, cloves and peppercorns – all together for a minute and then roast onions and tomatoes. Add ginger-garlic paste instead of whole spices and quickly add minced chicken along with salt and spice powders. Mix and cook for around 15 minutes, and your chicken keema is ready. 

Wasn’t that super easy and quick? Next time you crave this desi chicken delicacy, just follow this recipe and you’ll save a lot of time and effort.  

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