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Almond Chicken

Almond Chicken

Difficulty: Medium, Cook Time: 35 Minutes, Core Ingredient: Chicken, Servings: 3 Servings, Calories: 192

Description: Chicken in gravy tossed with crunchy almonds makes a unique blend of flavors. This recipe for almond chicken is the same used in top notch Chinese restaurants.


Boneless Chicken (Slice) ½ kg
Finely Chopped Garlic 10-15
Crushed Black Pepper 1 tsp.
Green Chilies (Slices) 8-10
Onion 1 large, chopped in squares
Peas 1/2 cup, boiled
Chili Garlic Sauce ½ cup
Soy Sauce 2-3 tbsp.
Lemon Juice 2 tbsp.
Almonds 1 cup
Chinese Salt as required
Oil 2-3 tbsp.
Salt to taste


Take a cooking pan and add oil, heat the oil and then add the finely chopped garlic cloves. Fry these lightly, once they turn slightly golden add all the boneless chicken and stir fry it when its color changes to white and it is tender add crushed black pepper, chili garlic sauce, soy sauce, salt and Chinese salt as required. Cook the chicken in this sauce till it gets a little thick which should take around 2 min.


In another pan take not more than a tbsp. of oil and sauté the almonds in it. Now add the almonds, green chilies (slices), onions, peas and lemon juice to the chicken mixture and mix all the ingredients well.

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Take it out in a serving dish and serve almond chicken with egg fried rice.

Note: You can skip sauteing the almonds and add directly to chicken mixture. You can also add vegetables of your choice. Add and omit the vegetables of your choice.

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