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Kozhi Nirachathu(Malabar style stuffed Chicken)

Posted by Annita on December 13, 2008

Kozhi Nirachathu(Stuffed Chicken) and Aadu Nirachathu(Stuffed Goat) are two popular dishes among Malabar muslims, which they usually serve on festive occasions.I’ve heard a lot about these dishes from my relatives in Calicut,but didn’t get a chance to taste it from Malabar yet.After seeing the recipe posted by our dear Malabar girl ,I couldn’t resist preparing it and I must say this is a perfect dish for a Mallu style Thanksgiving feast,tastes great with white rice/roti.



All the credit of this recipe goes to Mallugirl of Malabar Spices and Simi of Cooking with Simi.This is how I made it….

Ingredients :-

For Marinating :

Whole Chicken – 1 small
Lemon – 1/2
Red Chilly powder – 3 to 4 tsp
Turmeric powder – 2tsp
Salt – to taste

For Stuffing :

Egg – 1 or 2 depending on the size of your chicken
Onion sliced – 1 big
Green chillies slit- 3 or 4
Curry leaves – a sprig
Ginger-Garlic paste – 1 tsp
Red chilly powder – 1/4 tsp
Turmeric powder – 1/4 tsp
Coriander powder – 1 tsp
Garam masala powder (You can use biriyani masala,meat masala or egg masala instead) – 1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves chopped – 1/2 cup
Cashewnuts chopped – 1 tsp (Optional)
Raisins chopped – 1 tsp (Optional)
salt – to taste
Oil – as needed
Kitchen twine (for tying the chicken’s hands and legs)

Veggies used (Optional) :

Potatoes cut in thick stripes(like for french fries) – 1 or 2
Carrots cut in stripes – 1
Beans cut into 2 or 3 pieces- 5

For the gravy :

Onions sliced – 2 big
Green chillies chopped- 3 – 4
Tomatoes sliced thin – 2 medium ones or 1/2 can puree
Ginger garlic paste – 2 tsp
Red chilly powder – 1 tsp
Coriander powder – 1/2 tsp
Aniseeds(Perumjeerakam) – 1 tsp
Garam Masala or Biriyani Masala – 1/2 tsp
Salt – to taste
Oil – as needed

Method :-

1.Marinating :
Skin the chicken and clean it thoroughly.Make tiny slits on the chicken both inside and outside, for the masala to penetrate well.Now apply a dash of lemon juice all over the chicken, to remove any unwanted smell.Rinse again in cold water and keep it aside.Prepare a marinade using red chilly powder,turmeric powder and salt adding necessary water to make a smooth paste.Apply the paste all over the chicken both inside and outside.Cover it well and refrigerate it overnight or for atleast 2 hrs.


2.Boiling eggs :

Boil the eggs till it is fully cooked.When hard boiling the eggs ,always use eggs at room temperature and also add a little salt in the water,this will somewhat prevent sticking of the eggs to the shells.When the eggs are done ,immediately transfer the eggs into a bowl of cold water and allow it to cool.When it is cold peel off the shell and reserve.

3.Preparing Stuffing :

Heat oil in a pan and saute onions,curry leaves,green chillies and ginger-garlic paste until onion turns translucent.Add the spice powders (for stuffing) and fry it in medium heat for 2 -3 mts or until everything is blended together.Add salt and the rest of the ingredients for stuffing and mix together.Finally add the boiled egg (whole or sliced half),and fry for few more minutes.Switch off the heat and keep this aside.


4.Filling the stuffing into the chicken :

First push the eggs into the cavity and then the onions,be careful not to overstuff.Now using a kitchen twine tie together chickens legs first ,and then the hands.

5.Preheating the oven :

Preheat the oven to 400 F.

6.Frying the chicken :

Heat a big pan,big enough to fit the chicken and add oil into it.You may need 1/4th -1/3rd cup of oil for it.Place the chicken gently into the pan .


Fry the chicken,until all the four sides are lightly browned,and not fully fried.You have to turn the chicken as and when needed.


Drain the chicken and keep it aside.

7.Arranging chicken into the baking dish :

Arrange the chicken in the middle of a baking dish with breast side down.If you’re using veggies add those around the chicken.


Drizzle a little left over oil from the frying on to the chicken ,cover it and bake for 30 mts.(You may need to turn the chicken in between to ensure proper cooking on all the sides.Also stir the veggies to prevent sticking to the bottom.)

8.Preparing the gravy :

Grind aniseed into a fine powder and mix together with all the other spice powders(for the gravy).Now to the same pan in which the chicken is fried(add more oil if needed),add onions,curry leaves,coriander leaves and chillies and saute them until onion starts to turn brown.Add ginger-garlic paste ,stir well,thrown in tomatoes and fry in a medium heat until everything is blended well.Add the spice powders and fry them until it starts to spread a nice aroma.Add the salt and mix together.

9.Adding gravy into the chicken :

When the initial baking is done,take it out and pour the gray all over the chicken such that it is fully covered in the sauce.

10.Final baking :

Bake the chicken for 45 more minutes uncovered,checking in between.When the chicken is well done and the onions are fully caramelised,take it out of the oven,cool ,remove the twine and carve.


(Note :- You can also prepare this dish dry,without adding gravy.Also if you dont have an oven,try preparing it in the wok itself either dry or with gravy.)


183 Responses to “Kozhi Nirachathu(Malabar style stuffed Chicken)”

  1. shameena said

    it looks good.i am going to try it off. hope it also tastes good…

  2. meeso said

    That is a lot of work, but looks well worth it! Must have tasted amazing!

  3. sarina alexander said


    that looks really nice i’m surely going to make this for christmas. njan enthu ccok cheyum enna confusionil ayirunnu :) but not now!

    thanks for your response’s to all my comments/ queries.

  4. sally said

    Thank you so much Anitha. I was really looking for an Indian version of whole chicken grilled.
    I am from malabar now in Houston but never got to taste it.
    I have heard about'” Nirthi poricha kozhy”.(Koyi)
    Can I follow the same recipie with a turkey?
    I already have my chicken thawing to try out. So I can do one for our christmas party if it comes out good.Thank you .Sally

    I donno how it tastes with turkey..bcoz i feel turkey always have a bland taste…
    But me too want to try out this with turkey once..

  5. sally said

    Thank you so much Anitha. I was really looking for an Indian version of whole chicken grilled.
    I am from malabar now in Houston but never got to taste it.
    I have heard about'” Nirthi poricha kozhy”.(Koyi)
    Can I follow the same recipie with a turkey?
    I already have my chicken thawing to try out. So I can do one for our christmas party if it comes out good.Thank you .Sally

    I donno whether it’ll taste as good as chicken,bcoz turkey always has a bland taste ,i feel…But i also want to try it out with turkey..

  6. Hi!Anita,

    am sure that we are going to have this for christmas,we’ll let you know how it comes out.

    thanks a lot
    tanisha sequeira and fly.

  7. praleena said

    excellent recipe. can i try this recipe without using kitchen twine. will all the stuffings comeout?where can we get kitchen twine. i live in london

    If you dont tie it out, the stuffing may come out…Try using some thick thread if you dont have a twine..

  8. Marlyn said

    Dearest Anita,

    You ROCK!!!!! I kind of stumbled on your blog when I was busy hunting for sites with malayalee recipes, since was never at home and neither have a mother figure around to help with ‘my cuisine’ i just didnt know anything about Malayalee food except that I LOVE IT and it tastes awesome, thanks to your simple-to-follow narrative style i have been keeping my Oriya husband just too happy with authentic mallu food…..cant seem to thank you enough and btw the stuffed chicken was just lip smackin, gonna make it again next sunday for friends….keep postin…lov ya

  9. Sally said

    Hi Anitha:
    Are aniseed & shah jeera and fennel seed same
    as prumjeerakam?
    What is mace ? is this star anis or thakkolam?


    fennel seed is perumjeerakam
    Check out here for the difference btw aniseed and fennel seeds
    shah jeera/caraway seeds is different – sheema jeerakam
    Mace means jaathi patri…its thee red cover of jaathikka/nutmeg


  10. Kalai said

    Looks amazing!!!! Beautiful color and perfectly cooked. :)

  11. nags said

    omg! that dish is making me drool, and its only 10 in the morning :D

  12. ray said


    I was reading ur blog posts and found some of them to be very good.. u write well.. Why don’t you popularize it more.. ur posts on ur blog ‘My Treasure…My Pleasure’ took my particular attention as some of them are interesting topics of mine too;

    BTW I help out some ex-IIMA guys who with another batch mate run where you can post links to your most loved blog-posts. Rambhai was the chaiwala at IIMA and it is a site where users can themselves share links to blog posts etc and other can find and vote on them. The best make it to the homepage!

    This way you can reach out to rambhai readers some of whom could become your ardent fans.. who knows.. :)


  13. Divz said

    hi thr…first time on ur blog..great work..loved this recipe..perfect for a christmas party

  14. Anu said

    hai Annita
    i have one doubt after frying the chicken in wok do we have to bake it in oven?

    Yes.first you fry it and then transfer it into oven.
    Alternatively u can omit the baking part and cook the chicken in the wok itself ,if you wish..

    • Mani said

      Baking will cook the inside part of chicken. frying in the wok takes longer time to get the inside part cooked and also over cooks the outside part. So frying and then baking makes it perfect :)

      My Kind request to all the followers is to try the recipe before posting the comment, this way we can know the output of the new cooks and we will know the success rate of the recipe :)

  15. ann said

    hi annita,

    ur receipe seems xcellent!!! gonna try this…i have a doubt, u said cover the chicken while baking. Can u tel me how to cover it…Covver the whole baking dish or jus wrap the chicken wid foil…what do u suggest?

    Cover the whole baking dish with foil…Sorry for confusing you…

  16. Tina said

    dear annita
    i like your recipes so much. i should say, all the recipes i tried from your site has come out good. :) great job! i think the photos in your site makes it very son loves cooking as well, so we are having fun trying out your recipes. i am from kottayam, where are you from?


  17. mallugirl said

    U made this!! Ur looks so perfect, can i come over? I didn’t make it for thanksgiving this yr.How are u? i haven’t been here for some time so was pleasantly surprised to see a new post.

    I’m doing good….SO happy to hear that u liked it..Happy New Year…

  18. Cynthia said

    Ouuuu, this is definitely one to try!

    Happy Holidays!

  19. Jyothsna said

    Ooooh! This has to be tried out! Happy New year Annita!

  20. Vidya said

    Hi Anita,

    You are an amazing cook… I live in melbourne & I browse thru your website everytime I have a party for ideas and recipes..You should write a book with your collections which are true and really authentic…

    Wish you and your family a wonderful New Year!


  21. deutrontechnologies said

    Lovely recipe. Will try soon. Looks tedious but yummy. I am looking for recipes for my blog can you visit and comment.

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  22. varsha said

    Am here after a long time..n must say..for a treat to my eyes..Whoa..Adipoliyayittundu Annita..Kudos for all those effort..:)

  23. Anna said

    Hi Annita,

    Interesting recipe!

    Annitha, I need a suggestion from you. I will be moving to US in a short while.

    I want to make Idli, paal-appam, Dosha etc.

    I am not sure whether i should carry a mixie/grinder along with me.

    Could you please suggest whether the food processor over there is sufficient to make indian batter? Will i get the same results in the softness?

    Please let me know your suggestion when you find time.

    Please keep posting more.

    Cheerio :)

    I think its better to carry atleast a mixer…thats what i’m using here…The mixer you get here is not soo good in grinding in small quantities…


  24. Debee said

    Hi Annita!

    I tried this recipe yest and it came out really well! Thanks!

  25. Anna said

    Hi Annita,

    That was a prompt reply, when i doubted whether i would receive any.

    Thanks for your input. Some how geo convinced me not to get one, and to travel light as i am a first time flyer.

    So not taking anything immediately, well he assured we can get one, if life is impossible with it ;)

    Thanks once again.



  26. Ann said

    Very good recipe.
    I invited guests for this past Christmas and made this recipe…. yummy. I will grade this as 10/10.
    Thank you for this fantastic recipe.

  27. Rg said

    I tried this recipe for New year, but without the stuffing. I skipped that part. Still it was very good. I browned it on the stove top as mentioned in your recipe, and then transferred the same pot with chicken and vegetables, to the oven, covered it up with it’s lid instead of foil and Wow!it was super soft and easy to carve. Thanks for this recipe. Next time I’ll try with the stuffing too.

  28. Deepa Joy said

    Just tried it out…it was the softest most tastiest stuffed chicken ever! thanks for the recipe :) you are the best:)

  29. Dina said

    Hai Annitha,

    I tried made this today(valentine’s lunch) with a li’l help from my hubby.It was awesome!Its so tender that the meat fell from the bone and juicy too.Thanks for ur detailed explanation of the recipe.

  30. sally said

    Hi anitha thank you for the usefull information about spices.
    I am waiting patiently to see what yummy recipe
    you are going to come up with next.
    Thank you.

  31. Mona said

    Thats looks so good. I had prepared a whole baked chicken a days back too!

  32. MR said

    too good

    U R my STD reference for all mallu recipes
    keep it coming :)

  33. mathew said

    wow..this looks so tempting..would make a perfect party dish!!

  34. Bindu said

    hey Annita…long time since we heard frm you. Hope alls well. Just wanted you to know I am thinking of you. Hope to hear frm you soon. Take care…Bindu.

  35. Awesome, no word to describe…love it.

  36. ParvathyVictor said

    That was so indianised non-veg dish. Good treat.

  37. Dawn Smith said

    Hey Anitha,

    wow…hard to resist..lovely snap shots. I am visiting ur blog first time. I never heard about “kozhi Nirachathu”. M gonna try it soon. I live in U.S. I always have a rough sledding straining to find ingredients. nevertheless i found a great resource. I am revealing it bcoz it’s infact a great resource for all the food ingredients.

  38. Soumya said

    Hey Anita,
    This one is really an awesome recipe!!Mouthwatering!!!I am a regular visitor of ur blog..Its been a long time we didnt hear from u…Hope everything is fine with u ..awaiting ur next great recipe!!!

    • Annita said

      i was not feeling well Soumya…I’m expecting a baby and was having severe vomiting anad nausea….:))will be updating the blog as soon as possible…
      Thanks for asking…And sorrry for keeping you waiting…

  39. Leena Nebu said

    Hello Anita! How are you. have not heard from you for a long time. Hope all is well with you and your family. Looking forward to some new tird and tested recipes. God Bless and take care

    • Annita said

      i was not very well Leena…I’m expecting a baby and was suffering from the pregnancy issues….:))will be updating the blog as soon as possible…
      Thanks for asking…

  40. Leena Nebu said

    Congratulations! so little Milan is going to have a baby sister or bro, perhaps? Is he prepared for it. Take rest as much as possible. Enjoy this time (inspite of the nausea and vomiting, which can get irritating)as this is one phase of life where we are pampered.And this is one time where Milan and his dad need to come more closer and be reminded of the parents’ love towards him. I have 3 chidren, 7yrs, 2yrs and 5months. that’s why all this advice.

  41. Remya Sujay said

    Dear Annita ,

    Congrats !!!…. i was just wondering what really happened….
    Thanks for the good news. Take good care .. Love ..Remya

  42. Rg said

    Since it is your unannounced break,I guessed it. CONGRATS! Annita. Take care!!

  43. Vee said

    Hi Annita

    I am regular follower of your blog and the recipes…All your recipes have the homely touch and mouth watering too. I was quite apprehensive of your absence from blogging and now I read the good news and Congrats. Take care.

    Appom Athaane kaariyam….inna sheri…pinnae kanaam…!!

  44. Soumya said

    Congratulations Anita!!!thats such a great news!!I am really happy for you…Take good care of our health :)

  45. Liza said

    I was about the put the question all others here previously asked.. saw your replies …congrats…take ample rest..pamper yourself..we all have enough patience to wait for you to be back …god bless.

  46. pM said

    Congrats.And take care.

  47. Bindu said

    my heartiest congratulations to you and your family annita! Thats indeed a great news. I was worried when i dint hear from you for so long. take lots of rest…and good care.will wait for the good news. Will pray for you. Hugs,Bindu.

  48. Anita said

    Kept visiting to check whether you are back. Just read the reason!! I am happy for you. Take Care.

  49. sindhu said

    every day i used check your blog for updates,today i was planning to ask what happened and saw the good news.congrats and take care.

  50. rahin said

    Gud lookin chicken anitha , had one at a party , few days back , was a thumbs down, shud try this one ….looks very yummy :)

  51. Ash Thomas said

    Its been a long time since u’ve posted any recipes. I hope everything is alright at your end. Really miss your posts.

  52. Chilli said

    The recipes on your website always remind me of my neighbour when I was growing up. She was from Cochin and came to Bombay after she got married. She makes the most finger-licking good Keralite food I have ever known. I’m glad now to have a source for cooking them.
    Congratulations on your news!!

  53. pavithra said

    wow beautiful color, I am vegetarian but still tempting

  54. rahin said


  55. munchcrunchandsuch said

    You are my biggest inspiration to start a food blog and I finally took the plunge a day ago. I have tried a lot of recipes from you blog and have come out super duper. I will be happy if you visit my blog when time permits.

  56. smitha said

    hearty congratulations

  57. smitha said

    Congrats anita, this is good news. I was wondering what happened to my favorite food blogger.

  58. highonfood said

    Beautiful effort!First time here and I am totally floored.

  59. Sumi said

    Where are you? No update for a long time!!!

  60. Shubha said

    I have an award waitin for u at my space. pls do pick it up wenever u log in and do a post. My best wishes for a safe delivery.

  61. You have some great recipes on your site and it would be great if you could share them at is a place for people to discover and share great indian recipes from anywhere on the web. From the biggest online destinations to the most obscure blog, surfaces the best stuff as voted on by users.

  62. remya said

    i am looking a recepie for bonda,can u help me

  63. aruna said

    wow looks awesome………worth drooling over!

  64. Sumi said


    Congrats!!! ……

    When I posted my previous comment, I hadn’t read about your vishesham!!! Great!!!!!! Take care…


  65. sangi said

    mouth watering!

  66. shabs said

    that one looks too good…book marking this recipe.Im from Kannur and there was stuffed Lamb for our after wedding party..dont even remember the taste…But we never made anything as such at home….thx for sharing, love ya!

  67. Shubha said

    Hi Annita,

    Visit ur site atleast once in a week and was wondering why no blogs after this one. From the comments and your reply knew about the great news!! Congrats!! Wish you all the very best.. Take good care of yourself.


  68. mallugirl said

    I was wondering abt ur silence..and now i realised. many many congrats and take care. when are the d-date?wish u all the best.

  69. Divya said

    Hi Annita,

    I cannot express in words how much ur blog means to me….
    As a novice when i started cooking a year and a half back (after marriage..!!) all i knew was there shud be some good recipies on the internet….
    And then i stumbled upon ur website…..
    There on there was no looking back….
    I have tried almost all the dishes u have posted…. and it took me around 1.5 yrs to do that….!!!
    And let me tell u… all of them were excellent…. absolutely delicious….. :)
    And it has helped me to develop a passion for cooking as well…..
    And i was wondering as to y no new pasts were comming from ur side…. and now i know u r expecting….
    God bless u and ur family…..
    Hoping to see u getting started soon…
    One more thing….My husband adores all the dishes i have tried out from ur blog…. and now he tells me.. go check in Annitas blog…. :)
    Thanks for this Endevour once again…
    God Bless…

  70. appuran said

    this dish looks fabulous … and the step by step procedure and picture makes lay man to try out … u r a wonder chef annita.. keep the good work on.
    i don eat chicken still thsi dish is very tempting .. he he he

  71. Sanchana said

    This recipe was awesome!! We had our niece and nephew over and we all made it together. This was the best indian baked chicken ever…thanks!!!

  72. MR said

    hope all is fine
    at ur end.
    jus dropped by to say hi
    waiting for ur new recipes!

  73. SABINA said

    hi Anitha,

    Wow the receipe is too good , actually i first read ur receipe for chicken puff and found this also.

    too good. keep up the good work.

    bye sabina

  74. Kannan said

    Very good recipe.

  75. jai said

    Hi Annita,

    Lond time no updates. Whenever my wife is away, I was totally dependant on your site & other similar sites to manage the kitchen. Your blog is very good. If you know any good site/blog which contains malabar muslim cuisine recipes, I would be grateful if you could let me know at your convenience.

    All the best.


  76. pria said

    Hi annita,
    I have been a fan of your blog for so long, and now i got a chance to share some awards with you.
    Please do pick it from my blog. Regards :)

  77. mallugirl said

    Onamaashamsakal!! Hope you and your family have a happy and prosperous Onam..

  78. Aysha said

    Yummy recipe…looks so tasty and tempting!!!

  79. lesley grant said

    hello just discovered this blog, wow it all looks so good, i love cooking spicy food and am always looking for authentic recipes and this looks just the job! but can you tell me what gambodge is? i thought i had heard of most indian spices but this one eludes me. i also live in rural australia so highly doubt i can source it. what can i use in its place?


    Lesley Grant

  80. rasiya safar said

    excellent, the item is our favorit one.tanq

  81. sini thomson said

    Hi Annita,I just discovered this blog.I dont have an oven.Can I do the baking in a regular microwave.If yes can u please tell me how many minutes should i keep it on hi-power.hope u will respond to my question.thankyou very very much.Regards Sini.(Bahrain)

  82. shobha said

    i was serching for something else.. stumbled into u r blog.. i am not a very gud cook.. but last week i tried u r stuffed chicken it became instant hit..!!!!!!!
    thanks annita

  83. meenakshi said

    What happened ?No new Recipies?

  84. Anna said

    Anita, oru varsham ayi anitha eridhita. I hope your baby is here and keeping you very busy and very happy. But please post something soon.

  85. shaima said

    Regrading to Jais query about malabar cooking site, there is one popular malabar blog called The recipes are really good. I have been making many food from that site.

  86. Anitha said

    Hi Annita,

    What happened?? Its more than a year. Atleast update us so that we know what’s happening.



    • mini said

      yes, what happened…long time no posts from you. I have been checking to see if you have any new receipes…have tried most of yours and all have come out well…thanks again…keep us posted how you are…keep care.

      • Simla said

        Once upon a time a mom gave birth to a kid with very bright future and made sure that the kid is bought up the best way possible for a very long time and she did with all her passion.Then all of a sudden one day she left, without even looking back.Though the world still look upto it as the sweetest/BEST creation ever.THAT’s YOUR BLOG for us.

      • Meenakshi said

        Where are you??Waiting to see ur new receps Take care..

  87. biji said

    chehy kozhi adipoly.enike porke curryude recipe tharamo? thanks

  88. Rg said

    Happy New year!! So what did you have, girl or boy?

  89. Neetha said

    Hi Annita,

    Thank you so much for the wonerful recipe. I tried it yesterday and it came out nicely. Everyone just loved it. It was time consuming, but was well worth the effort. Do you think this will be good if we try the same masala for baking cut chicken as well?

  90. belga rose said

    itz a great and stunning party dish. thanx anitha…..

  91. Hey there, wonderful web log, I just bookmarked it but how do I get your RSS feeds to perform with my browser(Chrome)? I can’t seem to obtain it to operate. Many thanks appreciate the reply.

  92. indira said

    are you okay.? it’s been a long silence. hope everything is going good.

  93. Ann said

    I have been reading through you blog. wonderful recipes …but why this long silence ..please post more often. forex trading online</a platform.

  94. Maaya said

    this looks so good. ive read this recipe top to bottom and it looks so tasty.
    do you make it a lot?

  95. jasmin said

    I tried this for came out super delicious.Thanks for posting the recipie

  96. Annette said

    Hi Dear Top Chef Anita,

    Thank you soo much for this receipe. We made this for Easter 2010 and it turned out delicious. Please see our pics. One tip we have is : that if you dont have twine then you can roll up a sheet of aluminium foil and use it to tie the legs of the chicken.Another tip is that : To make sure that the stuffing does not leak, stuff another flat piece of foil into the chicken after adding the stuffing. It will act as a cover for it.

    Once again THANK YOU SOO MUCH!

  97. smoochkins said

    Looks like it’s so much work but it’s all worth it because it looks so delicious and tasty!!!! I love chicken!

  98. Sharmilee said

    Spicy and roasted chicken is tempting me…Baking then all the more healthy they are

  99. This is a dish worthy of a feast! Wonderful and complex flavors!

  100. Sunitha said

    This looks positively mouth watering

  101. jina said

    I dint know how to reach u. I love cooking,and more I love knowing about our foods. So I have started a food history blog.
    Here is my first post and I have taken some info from u to research on from ur post on Avial. Just wanted to let u know abt that.
    N here is the link if ur interested

  102. Hi Annita!!

    I am a great fan of your blog. Chicken pics are great and mouth watering. You may check out my recipes at Thanks

  103. nags said

    kothiyavunnu!! :)

  104. shmemeema said

    oh,ithu bhayankara joli kooduthala,arenkilum vechu tannal kazhikkamayrunnu,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

  105. tom said

    great work annita..couldn’t help but appreciate the hard work

  106. ceena said

    You have an excellent blog ,
    I used to follow it regularly
    Lots if my friends used to do the same

    Hope you are fine
    Pls do start blogging when you are free.

  107. Deepa said

    I tried the kozhi nirachathu for have explained it really well in the blog..loved it..i’ve put a picture in my blog..hope you will be back soon with more yummy recipes..

  108. Reeba said

    Hi Annita,

    haven’t heard from you in a while is all well? I think you have done some thing like a lifetime’s achievement by compiling all these recipies. I lost my grandmom last year and now i come to your site when i need to check on some recipies. Thank you for all your efforts.

    I think you must publish a book with your recipies. ( i would like to order 10 copies. I would like to leave it for my daughter and my cousins who are far from home and parents.
    Look forward to more posts from you!

  109. Nivya said

    I tried out this recipe and it was Awesome! It was a welcome change for our thanksgiving! Thanks a lot for posting such a wonderful recipe!

  110. Priya said

    Hi Annita,

    Have been going through your blog since few days..already tried few of them..turned out really really good.Thank you so much for explaining so clearly with pictures too..Really appreciate your effort.Its been 2 years,still busy with your little one?or is it something else?hope every thing is fine with you and family..take care..hope to hear from you soon

  111. suku abraham said

    I serched in google, It is a nice food,I got apprecated from all my relatives and friends

  112. Basil said

    It suxx FUCK

  113. ceena said

    Yours is such a lovely blog that even after many new bloggers , many of us keep coming back to check whether you have started blogging again.I have tried a few of ypur recepies and all of them were excellent.
    Hope you are fine.

  114. Nusaiba Rasheed said

    good very tasty we enjoyed

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  116. Ammu said

    Hi Annita,
    Saw the recipe and the pic. I really, really want to make this. BUT I am stuck in a small, dark and totally oven-less kitchen in another city! I have very few vessels – a non-stick frying pan and what can be termed as a cross between a saucepan and a frying pan… and a handi… and other miscellaneous, utterly useless cookware. So how can I make this beautiful, tempting and I can imagine – absolutely deeee-licious dish for Easter?

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  119. Fahima said

    Annita where are you now? There is no post on your blog My treasure My pleasure after dec 2008. What happened? I used to try your cakes earlier. I visited again to check if you have something new.

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  121. akhila said

    I tried this n the end result was really good. Thank u for ur step by step photos.
    Keep coming. Your blog s good. Thank u

  122. Ammu said

    Dear Annita,

    Thanks for the recipe of stuffed chicken. I made it on saturday and my husband loved it.
    I find your blog very helpful in my cooking experiments. I am a vegetarian and my husband is a big fan of meat and sea food.
    I started cooking non veg only after marriage. It is now about 6 months and I have prepared some good tasty non veg dishes (according to my husband)! Thanks to your blog!! He says, he never imagined I would cook non veg so well!! :) Thanks again.

  123. silverine said

    Chechi, why have you stopped posting! Yours was my favorite food blog. I hope you start blogging again.

  124. Reshma said

    Hi Anita……….I just found your blog and it is great, why is there no post after DEC 2008? Kindly post, its the easiest Kerala cooking and its yum too

  125. soujanya said

    Hi…amazing dish….expalined briefly…
    my first visit here….You hav a fab space……..count me in following u from today….
    Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe

  126. neetu said

    thanks alot fr the tasty rcps :) . please keep posting .

  127. Ajay said

    Hmm..Looks Yummy and delicious…Thanks for the detailed explanation.

  128. Hi Anita, its been a while since I visited your space. I had bookmarked this recipe to try and today while going thru my bookmarks, I came by to check on the recipe. Will try this weekend and hope it comes out good. In fact I have quite a few recipes bookmarked from your lovely blog. Hope all is well with you, Anita. Btw, hope you remember me, Its Sailu of Sailu’s Kitchen

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  130. Priya said

    Hi Anitha,
    I happen to hit you site when searching for a recipe for stuffed Indian style chicken. I tried your stuffed chicken for this Thanksgiving and it was a big hit, Thank you for this great recipe, I will be a regular visitor now :)

  131. bestelkado-1 said

    Hey would you mind sharing which blog platform you’re using? I’m looking to start my own blog soon but I’m having a difficult time choosing between BlogEngine/Wordpress/B2evolution and Drupal. The reason I ask is because your layout seems different then most blogs and I’m looking for something completely unique. P.S Sorry for being off-topic but I had to ask!

  132. Kiran said

    First time in your blog, Wonderful Recipes . Great Work!!!! Will be back in your space!!!

  133. Faheema said

    After marinating, I cooked in the cooker without water for one whistle. Then light fried in little oil. Used that oil for cooking the gravy, but didnt do any baking. I took out half of the gravy and added the stuffed chicken into it and cooked for a little while after pouring the same gravy over the top. Any remaining water that comes from the chicken itself in the cooker can also be added to this gravy. This method helps to avoid lots of oil by not frying the chicken.- Faheema

    • Lims said

      cooking the marinated chicken in the cooker without water……didnt it get burnt??? Lemme know quickly pls… am planning to make it for easter!!

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  137. Savi said

    Hi Anita,
    Really a nice recipie & i shall try it on Sunday. I do not have oven. Could you please brief me how to cook in wok itself?.


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  142. poornima said

    I have tried so many of your recipes with great success. I hope all is well with you seeing you are not blogging anymore. Anywya thanks for all the recipes you have posted.

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  144. shabi ck said

    me and my wife made it…realy tasty…

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  148. Mary said

    Hai anita,
    i dont have oven …pls can u guide me to do the oven part :-) i really want to try this

  149. khenza said

    i like very much…..thanx anitha

  150. khenza said

    i like very much ds recipe…..thanx anitha

  151. BS said

    Hi Annita,

    Today I went through all the eggplant recipes of your site. I got amazed by your eggplant recipe collection.
    I had already found earlier that the palappam and fruit cake in your blog are the exact same recipe we always follow in my home.

    I’m so anxious to know why you are silent for about 4 years? Are you busy with your kids and job? You must be :)
    Please come back with your homely recipe collections to the blog world. There are people like me interested about your recipes.

  152. I prepared chicken according to your recipe, its really tasty. It taste much better than look on your photos :P You should consider take some better photos next time. Strobe hard light is bad for food outlook. Try to shoot it near window in daylight. I swear it will look awesome

  153. Urmila said

    Hi Annita,

    Me and a couple of my friends tried this recipe and it came out awesome. We good very good reviews from our husbands. So thanks for the recipe. Next time I would double or triple the ingredients for the gravy cause everyone couldn’t get enough.

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  155. My first time here and your blog looks awesome. Stuffed chicken looks super tasty will try this soon.

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  157. Aswathy said

    Hi annita,

    Hope all is good at your end…no posts for a long time..waiting for your come back..may god bless you..


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