Sunday, November 15, 2015

The Chicken who went to Chilie!

Yeah..this one is not about vROps or VMware, it's not about VCDX or vExpert... It's about food which is my second love (after my family) :-) and I often love to cook for my loved ones. This time it is the story of the Chilie Chicken which I made last weekend for my wife. I posted the pictures on Facebook and my friends were keen on knowing the recipe for the dish. I have done recipes before on vXpress and I think this recipe would be a simple yet great addition to my blog entries.

Without further a-do let's look at what it takes to get the Chilie Chicken on your plate!

Ingredients :-

1- Boneless Chicken Cubes (12  pieces - Serves 2)

2- Red Onions - 3 Medium Sized

3- Green Capsicum - 1

4- Green Chilies - 4 to 5

5- 2 Egg Whites

6- Multi Purpose Flour - 3 Table Spoon

7- Oil for Frying - Olive or Vegetable

8 - Soy Sauce - 1.5 Table Spoon

9- Lemon - 1 Piece

10- Salt & Black Pepper Powder

11- Garlic Cloves - 4 Pieces

12- Chilie Vinegar - 1/2 table spoon


1- Cut all the vegetables as shown in the picture below:

2- Beat the 2 Egg whites after adding a pinch of salt and pepper in it.

3- Coat the raw chicken cube with flour, dip it in the egg white mixture and then coat the multi-purpose flour on it and deep fry the same as shown below.

4- Once the chicken is fried & red in color, we are ready to bring together the dish. Take a deep pan, and pour 2 tablespoons of oil.

5- Once the oil is hot, add the chopped garlic.

6- Within 2 minutes the garlic would turn brown, it's time to add the onions.

7- Once the onions turn translucent, it's time to add Capsicum. Stir fry on high flame for 3 minutes.

8- Add the fried chicken cubes and continue to stir fry for 2 more minutes.

9- Add Salt / Black pepper to taste & chopped green chilies.

10- Add 1.5 table spoon of Soy Sauce and 1/2 tablespoon of vinegar.

11- Time to mix everything on a medium flame. Keep stirring and frying for another 5 minutes.

12- Turn off the flame and now add the juice of 1 Lemon and you are ready to serve.

Make sure to serve with some Red Wine or Chilled Beer.. It's HOT ;-)

Have Fun!!


  1. Suny - we share the same loves - VMware and Food - love the recipi - will try it this weekend -
    Pablo Roesch
    VMware Technical Marketing - VMware Hands-on Labs

    1. Awesome.. Do let me know how it turns out bro...