Nov 3, 2011

Fried Chicken Croquettes

I made this couple of days before on a cold rainy rainy day..I also made some hot and sour chicken soup for dinner..Can you imagine how comforting it was..I had a steaming hot bowlful of this soup and lots of croquettes..My sisters loved it too..This is perfect for parties or any get togethers, Because it it so easy to make and a little portion yields lots of this tiny morsels..Believe it or not I got around 40 mini bites of this..

I added some Indian touch to the traditional chicken croquettes with some ginger and garlic paste and green chillies...You could add any herbs or spice powders as you wish..My favorite will be oregano or rosemary..The cool thing about this dish is you could make a ton of this untill breadcrumbs coating and freeze the whole lot in freezer containers..So you can make it whenever you want..Isn’t that cool..So I hope you love it and off you go to the step by step recipe with pictures..

Ingredients:

Chicken -1/2 kg
Milk-1 cup or as needed
All Purpose Flour / Maida - 4 tblspn
Breadcrumbs-as needed
Egg-1
Onion-1 chopped very finely
Green Chilli-1 chopped finely
Coriander leaves / Cilantro-2 tblspn chopped
Butter-1 tblspn
Ginger Garlic Paste-1 tblspn
Oil for shallow frying
Salt to taste

Method:

Boil chicken in water for 15-20 mins until cooked and shred it into tiny pieces..I chopped the cooked chicken breast really finely.Set this aside for a moment.

Heat butter in a kadai and add in onions,chilli,cilantro and ginger garlic paste..

Now add in flour and fry for few minutes..Pour in milk slowly while mixing so that no lumps are formed.

Season with salt and mix well..Add in chicken pieces and mix well.

Cook this untill the mixture comes together.

Tip this to a bowl and set it in fridge..Let it chill for 30 mins..

Now take small portions out this and shape into oval shape or your favorite shape..

Now dip the croquettes into flour, then in egg and lastly in breadcrumbs..

Continue doing this till the entire batter gets over..

Now fry the croquettes in oil till golden on both sides..

Drain on a paper towel..

Serve with ketchup or mayo..

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
boil chicken in water...

till it is cooked...Don't throw away the stock use it for chicken stock..

drain the chicken and allow it to cool down..

cut into small pieces

set aside
melt butter

add in onions

chilli and cilantro..

add in ginger and garlic paste

mix well

add in flour

and mix well
pour in milk

and mix well..Season with salt

add in chicken pieces

and mix well

cook untill it thickens and comes together..

remove and chilli it
now line flour,egg and breadcrumbs

remove it from fridge

shape into small balls or any shape

roll in flour

dip in eggs

and now in breadcrumbs

one done..

make everything in the same way

heat oil for frying
and fry this in oil

till golden on all sides

Drain and serve
I had it with soup
You could enjoy it with ketchup or mayo

look how fluffy it is

57 comments:

  1. Definitely YUMMY! Love it! I am following you from Rome! Great recipes you have!

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  2. Delicious and lovely looking chicken preparation. Wonderfully prepared.
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  3. pictures are self explanatory...

    nice pics & inspires to do it now..

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  4. WOW. this is really superb. best combo to eat in rainy days. bookmarked

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  5. Superb recipe Aarthi.I would love to give it a try.Came out perfect for you..cheers !

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  6. Yummy croquettes...Luv the stepwise pics...I make it in similar way

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  7. These look so delicious and comforting!

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  8. Delicious..the recipe sounds superb,yum

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  9. Wow, these look fabulous! So crispy and delicious! My children and hubby would love these~

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  10. Dear Aarthi, I followed along with your pictures and explanation. I am sure that it was very delicious with these wonderful flavors. Delicious!! I would love this. Blessings and thank you for your visit. Catherine xo

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  11. wow....I am drooling...These little treats looks absolutely delicious....

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  12. they look super crispy and yummy.

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  13. Very nice chicken croquettes, Thanks for sharing.

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  14. lovely crispy bites of heavenly goodness

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  15. chicken croquettes look delicious... was searching for one such recipe... thanks for sharing...

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  16. Looks great! Love the colour!

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  17. wow....superb recipe...looks absolutely yummy.

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  18. Superb Croquettes, Arthi. Really tempting.

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  19. Super delicious starters,quite addictive..

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  20. mmmm... too tempting, mouth watering and drooling here. Thank you so much for the step by step pics. So helpful.

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  21. Can we substitute flour with rava/sooji in this recipe?

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  22. Shilpa I think you can substitute flour with rawa, but you dont need to dip that in egg or breadcrumbs after that...Make croquettes and roll it in rawa( make sure it is fine rawa or use powdered rawa) and then fry it in oil..

    I have not tried this,but hope it works..Tell me how it came..

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  23. Your croquettes look crispy and so good. They would be good at a party with a little dipping sauce. Thank you for sharing, and stopping by my blog with your sweet comments.

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  24. Nice preparation, looks very delicious.

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  25. I just love the way u describe the way to prepare each dish my dear,,the chicken croquettes looks so tasty and appealing:)

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  26. The Hubby would love these. Nice site...I will be back often! Thanks for visiting my site as well!

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  27. No dip for me! I'd take these lovelies plain - with your hot and sour soup. In fact, I'd be happy to take some off your hands and have it with my morning coffee..]

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  28. Thanks for inviting me to your blog and I love your step-by-step pictures. There's nothing more valuable when making an unfamiliar recipe - pictures are truly worth a 1,000 words ;)

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  29. wow...wonderful preparation...looks so crispy n appetizing...bookmarked!!

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  30. I am shifting next to your house :-)
    search a house for me!

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  31. Nivedita..You are always welcome, Y don't u stay in my house..he he..

    Aarthi

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  32. tried your recipe... it came out delicious... thank you so much for sharing....

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  33. love them..looking delicious...

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  34. Dear Aarthi, thanks for this wonderful recipe. could u pls tell me what type of flour we should use...... like corn flour or maida or rice flour....
    thanks
    Lakshmi

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  35. Thnks,its awsome, kindly share recipe of sweet and sour soup, thnks

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  36. Wow...gr8 recipe n awesome step wise self explanatory pics....cool

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  37. Wow !!! Luks yummy , will definitely try & let u know ... Thanx Aarthi

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  38. Hi Aarthi,

    All your recipes are awesome especially the way you take pains to give your viewers step by step pictorial guidance. Keep up the good work.

    I tried this recipe and it came out very well. But there is a sweet taste to these croquettes, is there anything we can do to make it more spicy. I added pepper to it but the sweet taste still remains the same.

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  39. Hi Aarthi. The recipe looks yummy. For the vegetarian version can this be tried with potatoes? How does it come?

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  40. Hi Aarthi, Your way of explaining, along with pictures is really cool. It helps us to understand way better. I have tried a few of your dishes and it came out really well.. I tried this dish ( fried chcken croquettes) too yesterday and it was super crispy and delicious. Thank you so much for the recipe.

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  41. Hello arts..Can we try baking this? In otg? Applying little oil.... How will it turn around?

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  42. @aarthi dhanrajI think u could bake this as well..just try it..

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  43. Il try this soon with our country chiken n bake it n vl share my outcome here..love this mild healthy recipe...vl go good with my sons n hubby

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  44. Can we freeze this before frying?

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  45. What milk r u using n this recipe? Cow's or coconut???

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  46. Aarthi, if we freeze these, then do we defrost them before frying or fry straight from frozen?

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  47. Hey... This recipe is a keeper! Tried it out two ways, I.e. paneer and chicken and it tastes fab! Thank u!!!

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  48. Hi Aarthi, I tried chicken croquettes today as per your recipe. I just added chilli powder and pepper powder in addition cos I wanted it a lil spicy. This recipe is healthy cos it comes out really crispy without deep frying and by just tawa frying. It came very well and my family loved it a lot :) Thanks to you.

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