Turkey Fry

Turkey Fry



Turkey Varuval:

Vaan Kozhi Milagu Varuval. Van Kozhi Fry.

Ingredients:

Turkey leg pieces 2-4
Onion
Garlic 4 cloves
Ginger 2″ Tomato 1 small
Coconut grated 2 teaspoon
Salt
Turmeric powder 1/4 spoon
Chili powder 1 spoon
Oil.

Method:

In a wide wok, heat oil and add onion, garlic, ginger, coconut and stir-fry for few minutes and wet-grind to thick paste.

In the same oil…saute’ turkey and add salt, turemric and chili powder. Cover and cook for few minutes.

Then add the ground paste and 2 cups of water. Cover and cook till tender.

Once water is reduced…stir-fry over high for 5-7 minutes.

Serve warm to gow ith your roti or chappathi.

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14 Responses so far.

  1. Vani says:

    That masala looks great!

  2. Ann says:

    Malar,here you torture your fellow carnivore..!! Splendid..Hey am dying for a piece…brutal.

  3. Sailaja says:

    looks excellent….

  4. Malar….this is awesome..im drooling here…i make in a similar way..but will marinate chicken in masala for 3hrs then boiling with 1cup water..then deep fry..but this looks amazing…tempting me… :)

  5. Priya says:

    Wow Malar, feel like having the turkey fry rite now!

  6. Valarmathi says:

    Wow yummy looking fry. Drool worthy.

  7. Chitra says:

    Looks good.i’ve bookmarked the idli podi..WIll try and let u know!!

  8. Sarah Naveen says:

    Wow!!! Its looks awesome!!!!
    Makes me drooling!!!!

  9. Kay says:

    My goodness!! Malar, you always come up with mouth watering stuff!!! :)

  10. Pooja says:

    Aww this looks so delicious Malar!

  11. Turkey fry makes me drooling.wanna grab that for my lunch:)

  12. Rush says:

    looks great..anil loves turkey..maybe someday will give it a try..too lazy coz im a vegeterian..have to really plan out for non veg!!

  13. Homecooked says:

    Beleive it or not…I have never tried trukey as the chicken option is always available but that looks darn good!

  14. amy says:

    Oh, that looks soooooo good!

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