Chicken Balls Fried

  Boneless chicken               200 gm
  Green chili                         3
  Mint leaves                       10 – 12 leaves
  Ginger & garlic paste        1 tsp
  Pepper powder                1 tsp
  Garam masala powder      ½ tsp
  Roasted gram dal (putnal) handful
  Chirongi/charoli                handful
  Corn flour                        2 table spoon
  Egg                                 1
  Salt                                 2 tsp or as per         taste

Oil for deep frying

Wash, cut and drain out the water completely from the chicken.  Add all the ingredients and grind it into a paste.  Heat the oil in a kadai/wok.  As the mixture will be a little sticky you can take the mixture with a teaspoon and gently put it into the oil, few at a time.  See that it is fried on a little slow flame so that the mixture inside also is cooked.  Fry till golden brown on all sides and remove it on to a tissue so that the excess oil will be absorbed.  You can eat it as a snack or a starter.
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  1. though I am vegan.. your dish is very tempting...

  2. @Nivi.. :-)

    @Kuul'umsu Kadin.. Eat!!!

  3. I like chicken :))

  4. These look yummy....Kids woulds def love these:)

  5. ohhh...they looks simply splendid...feel to taste it now..
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  6. @biricitinyeri.. Happy cooking!
    @Sayantani.. thank you!!
    @Sushma Thanks!! Sure ur kids will luv them!
    @Jay Thank you so much!!

  7. wow...these chicken balls looks splendid..loved it absolutely :-)

  8. Yummylicious chicken balls!!I never knew there could be such an easy recipe to make chicken balls-awesome!!Thanks so much for sharing and happily following you:)

  9. Thank you so much Sudha! Following u2!

  10. Thanks for visiting my blog... your blog is fabulous with great recipes and pictures.. chicken balls look delicious.. glad to follow you...

  11. Your welcome Amina!! and thank you!!

  12. Wow!!Looks so tasty!!
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  13. Hey there, happened upon this recipe and it looks so good! My question is this: what is/are Chirongi/charoli and where can I obtain such a thing? I don't believe I've ever had that before, unless it goes by a different name here in the states.

    1. Hey John!! Chirongi/charoli is an Indian spice.. I have found the product on Amazon where you can buy one if interested.. Please click the link below(Amazon shop link on my blog)