Chicken Achari Karahi

Achari Karahi

Give your nourishment another touch by endeavoring Achari Karahi, a novel yet magnificent recipe posted here. Win the center of your life partner by making this divine equation. This Achari Chicken Karahi Recipe by Zubeida Tariq requires numerous equation masalas. It is one of those curry designs that is delighted in with foamed rice in my family. Anybody captivated with achar taste would unmistakably value this chicken equation.


Achari (a portion of the time known as achaar or achar) suggests pickle. Basically, this is a chicken dish that is made with all of the flavors one would regularly use in an indian pickle. It is extremely sweet-smelling and delightful, and like the case with most salted sustenances, the flavor improves after some time. So this is the perfect ‘make-ahead’ dish that will taste shockingly better a day or two after it was prepared. It goes well with plain rice or chapatis/parathas.


Meat ½ kg

Yogurt 250 grams

Green chilies 5 to 6

Ginger garlic (hacked)- 1tbsp

Lemon juice 2tbsp

Red Chilies cut 1tbsp

Saunf (Fennel seeds)- ½ tsp

Jeera (Cumin seeds )- ½ tsp

Methi seeds (Fenugreek seeds-1 crush

Kalonji (Black Onion seeds)- 1 crush

Rai (Black Mustard Seeds)- ½ tsp

Oil-½ cup

Salt-to taste

Chicken 16 pieces

Tomatoes 4 (I used 2 cut)

Garlic 6 cloves cut

Ginger Chopped 2 tbsp

Nigella Seeds (Kalongi) 1 tsp

Whole Red Chillies 6

Lemons 2 (I used 1)

Salt to taste

Coriander Seeds 1 tsp

White Cumin seeds 1 tsp

Turmeric powder 1 tsp

Oil 1 cup (I used 1/2 cup)

Green Chillies 4 (I used 10)

Fennel Seeds (saunf) 1 tsp

Mustard Seeds (rye) 2 tbsp

Cumin seeds 1 tsp

Coriander Seeds 1 tbsp

Tamarind Paste 1/2 cup

Coriander leaves-for decorating

Various Ingredients


2 onions, separated

4 tbsp. oil

1 tbsp. tomato stick/puree

4 new tomatoes, divided or ground

1 tsp. freshly ground ginger

1/2 tsp. garlic stick

2 tbsp. new yogurt

1 tsp. salt (or to taste)

1/2 tsp. red stew powder

1/4 tsp. turmeric powder

2-3 green chillies, cut

1/2 tsp. mustard seeds

1 tsp. whole cumin seeds

1 tsp. coriander seeds

1/2 tsp. fennel seeds

1/2 tsp. split fenugreek seeds

10 curry leaves/limro, hacked

juice of 1/2 a lemon/lime

1 heaped tbsp. pickle/achaar (if you have a holder of mango pickle at home, for the most part block)


• First of all take a fry skillet incorporate oil by then incorporate ginger garlic (cut), green chilies (hacked) and mix it charmingly than remember yogurt for it and 1 cup of water.

• Mix up all of the things all around put top on the holder and leave it till meat gets smooth.

• Get a cup and incorporate Saunf ( Fennel seeds), Jeera ( Cumin seeds ), Kalonji ( Black Onion seeds ), Methi seeds ( Fenugreek seeds ), Rai ( Black Mustard Seeds ), salt, red nippy and blend it fittingly.

• When the fixings in the Bowl get the chance to incorporate the dry mix and mix and cook over low warmth.

• Please incorporate the lemon crush and green chilies and cook for several minutes over low warmth, get away from the bowl and upgrade with the cilantro, and its readied to serve.


Gather Fennel seeds, Mustard seeds, Cumin seeds and Coriander seeds. Feast and pound them. I normally microwave them instead of searing.

Take tamarind paste and mix it in with the seared fixings.

By and by cut the green chillies and top it off with tamarind mix surrounded beforehand. Leave aside.

Putting chicken on stove adding turmeric powder and salt to it.

Party cut tomatoes, separated garlic, hacked ginger, nigella seeds (kalongi), whole red chillies.

Right when chicken water dries add the collected fixings to it, nearby oil and some water to have some sauce.

Following 15 to 20 minutes when tomatoes and rest of the fixings had all the earmarks of being mixed well, sprinkle seared and squashed cumin seeds.


At long last shower lemon press and spot filled green chillies over chicken. Spread the pot and lit it to stew for 5 to 10 minutes.

Marinate the chicken 3D shapes in the chicken marinade components for in any occasion 30 minutes or up to medium-term.

Mix the cumin, coriander, fennel and split fenugreek seeds, cook them in a dry quest for gold minute or two until they are sweet-smelling, by then squash them to an upsetting powder.

Shower a part of the oil in a holder, when hot fry the chicken pieces in groups over high warmth just to seal the chicken and keep it sticky. Do whatever it takes not to be allured to pack the compartment as that will drop the temperature of the oil and the chicken will release a huge amount of clamminess. Keep the glow high and seared nourishment the chicken in two packs for around 3 minutes for each bunch, by then clear the 3D shapes into a bowl, spread and put in a protected spot. Recall that the chicken will be cooked further in the sauce.

In a comparable holder, incorporate the rest of the oil by then incorporate the mustard seeds. Right when they begin to splutter, incorporate the hacked limro/curry leaves sought after by the cut onions. Fry on medium warmth until the onions are splendid. By then incorporate the ginger and garlic pastes. Blend them in for several minutes, by then incorporate the tomatoes and tomato stick, squashed cooked flavors, salt and red bean stew powder. Cook until the tomatoes are thick and oil begins to get released from the sides. By then whip the yogurt and remember it for, give it a mix to unite.


Incorporate the chicken pieces and the cut green chillies, give them a blend by then include a huge part of a cup to one cup of water. Spread and turn down the glow. Stew for around 15 minutes on low warmth or until the chicken pieces are sensitive and cooked. Smash in the lemon crush and incorporate the tablespoon of achaar (in case you have it). This will redesign the sort of the chicken a lot further anyway you can forget about it if you don’t have pickle. Blend and taste, change enhancing if fundamental. State of mind executioner the glow and empower the dish to sit for around 15 minutes before serving to ensure all of the flavors are blended into the chicken. Present with rice or parathas/chapatis.

Write your comments here!