Easter is one of the most pleasurable times of the year for Christians, as they get to eat traditional Easter dishes. As Easter comes on April 17th, now is the time to think of all the Easter foods you’d like to eat with your loved ones.
Make your Easter dinner more special this year with Thecha Chicken Curry. We’ll go over an easy chicken recipe for Easter supper.
Origin of Thecha Chicken
Kharda or Thecha Chicken is one of the types of chicken curry that included a spicy chutney chicken made with garlic and roasted chillies. This dish can be served semi-dry as a snack or with gravy, along with rice and chapati. It’s a traditional Vidarbha meal cooked with genuine Indian spices.
So, if you truly want to surprise your family this Easter, prepare this easy thecha chicken.
Best Chicken for Thecha Chicken
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Our Chicken Curry Cuts is perfect for all types of curry in India. This makes it an ideal fit for Thecha Chicken. The chicken cut pieces consist of both bone-in and boneless pieces.
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Thecha Chicken Curry
Chicken Curry Cut, garlic, chillies, lemon juice, and sesame seeds are used to make Thecha or Kharda Chicken, a semi-curry dining dish. For the perfect Easter dish, pan-seared marinated chicken pieces are cooked in a curry.
Thecha Chicken, like other chicken recipes, is best served with rice and chapati. Fried onions and roasted peanuts can be used as a garnish on top of this Easter food to give a touch of crunch.