Monday, September 18, 2017

Chicken in bell pepper gravy

The weather has stared getting cooler, the sun shine has started getting softer, that means falls  is coming. I’m eager to decorate my home with pumpkins, maple leaves, cornucopia, scarecrows, and many more. But, alas! Still now the end of remodeling  job is far away. My rest of the house is a dumping ground now. So, I cannot even imagine to decorate. Not only my house, my garden is also is in a ramshackle condition. In that garden few sunflower was striving hard to  bloom. Until Friday there had been blooming, but Saturday morning I found them in very bad shape, some were broken, some were bended. I couldn’t find the cause of their sorry state. Suddenly, Saturday evening Mr. Man discovered that, little squirrels were climbing the sunflower plants, tearing the flowers, taking them down, and eating the seeds. My poor sunflower plants! No more love for those rodents! Nope!  
Anyway, my whining is over, now is the time for smile, with a healthy and delicious chicken recipe. *smile*


One pound boneless skinless chicken breast
One big green bell pepper
One big tomato
One very small onion
Four cloves of garlic
One tsp. lemon juice
One cup fresh basil leaves
Pepper powder to taste
Salt to taste
One inch cinnamon stick
Two carrots
A bunch of green beans
Four-five mushroom
Two tbsp. of oil


 
Wash the chicken breast. Pat dry with kitchen towel. Cut into small cubes. Marinate with lime juice, freshly ground pepper, and salt. 
Peeled the garlic cloves. Cut the tomato into big chunk. Cut the onion into big chunk. Cut the bell pepper into halves, and deseed . Cut the halves into big chunk. Cut the tomato into big chunk. Peel the carrot, cut into thin round slices. Cut the bean. Cut the mushroom into thin slices. Heat one table spoon oil in a pan in high. Fry, onion, bell pepper, garlic, and tomato for few minutes, stirring continuously. Then, transfer it into mixer. Make a fine paste, and set aside. In a heavy bottomed wok, heat two tablespoon of oil. Add the cinnamon stick. When fine aroma starts coming, add all the vegetables. Slightly sauté, and add the chicken piece. Mix well, and let it cook, covering the wok, about ten minutes. Add the spice mixture , mix well and let it cook, covering the wok, stirring occasionally. Add two cups of water, bring into boil. Cook until chicken in tender. Serve hot with steaming rice. 

20 comments:

Mac n' Janet said...

Remodeling is only for the strong. It takes so long and makes such a mess. The chicken breasts look delicious.

Chris Lally said...

Thanks to you sharing your yummy recipe, I AM smiling!! Very nice of you to do that.
I have been through major renovations before. It is just a blur now, but I remember wishing the work would move faster. When it is over, I'm sure you will think it was worth it.
And those squirrels - had that problem, too. I even caught them swinging on my corn stalks!

Betsy said...

No way do I care a thing for a squirrel. They tear up terribly. We moved quite a few trees and it took away squirrels with them.
The soop looks so good. Thank you for your recipe. I love this type of comfort food.
Renovation - a headache for sure. I know it will be so nice when it's over.

Kathy Leonia said...

looks really tasty:)

Annie's Journal said...

Krishna, I like the idea of putting cinnamon on your chicken stew...I can already imagine how delicious this recipe is. Thanks for sharing. Hopefully the builders will be finished with their job before the weather turns cold...at least by that time, you've got the advantage of a cool weather to do your share of tidying up and all the interior decorating. Just a little more patience:)

Beauty Editer said...

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Irreplaceable_fashion said...

wow it looks delicious:) I will try this recipe:)
Have a nice day!

Prunella Pepperpot said...

Ooooh, thank you for your delicious recipe. I will definately have to cook it one evening :)
Squirrels can be very destructive. I'm sure they enjoyed your sunflowers though.
Hopefully your home will soon be back to normal.
Have a lovely week planning your decorations as I'm sure there is room for one or two :)

Anneli A said...

The soup looks so delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Rafa Oliveira said...

Great recipe and post.

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mamasmercantile said...

Such a shame about your garden. The upheaval will all be worth it in the end. Looks like a great recipe.

Stephanie said...

Good morning, sweet Krishna! Your recipe looks and sounds amazing! Thank you for sharing with us.

Oh, how I love this beuatiful time of year. Have a happy autumn, dear one. Hugs to you!

white and vintage said...

Yummy, this looks so delicious!
Have a nice week,
Christine

Sibaritismos de Inma said...

esta receta tiene que estar deliciosa, gracias

Regine Karpel said...

Yum.

Beauty Unearthly said...

Hello, thanks for the information. Have a nice day

karyn.pl said...

OMG i must try IT :)

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carolina g. ticala said...

Que buena pinta tiene este plato! Bonita presentación! 😋😋😋

♥ Łucja-Maria ♥ said...

Hello Dear Krishna!

Oh, the deliciousness of you.
I missed you so much.
Kisses and greetings.
Lucja

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

This recipe looks and sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing!

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