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Thursday, March 05, 2009 

Sesame Chicken

* Chicken breast 200gms
* Sesame seeds 2 tbsp
* Soya sauce 1 tbsp
* Chilli sauce 1 tsp
* White vinegar 1 tsp
* Ginger-garlic paste 1/2 tsp

Cut chicken into thin strips when it is half frozen and half thawed.
Marinate chicken in above sauces and pastes for half an hour.
Roll the marinated chicken pieces in sesame seeds.
Shallow fry on low heat for 15-20 mins or until light golden.
Serve with salad and crisps/fried samosa strips.

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Sesame chicken looks delicious, love the salad too. Enjoy the weekend.

It looks so yummy delicious.

Nice finger food. Long time no see!

Sesame chicken sounds delicious...the picture looks cool. for preparation of chicken varieties lot of ingredients are necessary and in U.S. it is very hard to find ingredients. anyway i have found a great resource where i can get along as well.


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hi i tried ur whole masala chicken rec. It did not turn out red at all. The paste was dark in color. And the amt of chilis, made it extremely spicy. i threw it away. what kind of red cilis do u use? when i go to the indian grocery store, they are labeles just as "dried chilis"

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Loved it, yummy!

Oh wow, sounds so delicious

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extremely delicious recepie... Tried at home.. . thanks for sharing

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