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Chicken Broth


Broth is prepared by boiling bones, meat, fish or vegetables in water, and these are commonly used in curry, gravies, soup and for steaming rice to add more flavor and taste to the dish. Broth can be prepared in bulks and can be refrigerated in a glass bottle once it reaches the room temperature. It stays fresh for 2 to 3 weeks.

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Chicken Broth

Chicken Broth consumes time, almost 30 to 40 mins. You can also roast bones and add them to the broth which adds a different flavor with a dark color, this can be consumed as such like a soup, which is good for sore throat and cold. Let me share the recipe…


  • Chicken pieces (with bones and meat) – ½ kg
  • Onions – 1 no
  • Carrot – 1 no
  • Mint and Coriander Leaves – a handful
  • Cumin seeds – 1 ½ tsp
  • Black pepper – 1 tsp
  • Ginger – 2” inch stick
  • Garlic – 5 cloves
  • Water – 3 litre
  • Olive oil – 1 tbsp
  • Salt to taste

Making of Chicken Broth –


  • Peel and roughly chop the onions and carrot into pieces.
  • Heat water in a sauce pan, add the onions, carrot and coriander + mint leaves.
  • Crush the ginger, garlic, add it to the water. Cover and bring it boil.
  • Crush the cumin seeds and black pepper, add it to the water, let it boil.
  • Add the chicken pieces, cover and cook in medium flame for 15 mins.
  • Pour olive oil, remove the lid and cook in medium flame for another 20 mins.
  • Remove it from fire, bring it room temperature, strain the broth.
  • Transfer it to a glass bottle and refrigerate it.

Stays fresh for 2 to 3 weeks.

Note: You can also substitute chicken with lamb, fish and beef for the broth.


Smoked Green Tea Duck / How to Smoke Duck with Green Tea at home / Vietnamese Style Smoked Green Tea Duck


Few months back I started my YouTube Channel, being sharing the making of food right from my kitchen. It has been the most toughest job for me, which includes right from the shooting, arranging ingredients, setting up the tripod, fixing the camera, selecting the recipe, tools for cooking and then the editing with a Intro Video and an end card. Do support me with your subscriptions, likes, comments and shares to my youtube which gives more energy and encouragement. STAY TUNED WITH MADRAASI (OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL) ON EVERY WEDNESDAY’S.

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But now I feel ok with these process, and so thought of trying out something new, which most of us think as toughest task but sharing the way of making it very simple – on Wednesday’s as EXOTIC WEDNESDAY in my You Tube Channel that includes both vegetarian and non-vegetarian right from the starter till dessert.

The very first share is my Smoked Green Tea Duck, as most of live in an apartment, we feel that making a smoked dish would be the toughest due to the lack of space, smoke and the right quantity of heat. But do you know that it can be made very easy and simple, only it consumes time.

Taking it to Fiesta Friday #161 hosted by Angie@thenovicegardener.

Smoked Green Tea Duck was one such simple, easy and delicious food, that consumes 30 to 40 mins for cooking, as duck consumes time to get cooked compared with chicken. You can attempt this same dish with a chicken or you can also change the marinate as you prefer. I thought of taking it in the Vietnamese Style – as they grow tea in bulks, they infuse tea in most of their foods. Recently I got a pack of tea from Tea Box for review, and felt the strong and wonderful flavor of tea, so decided to procced with the TEA BOX – GREEN TEA with Mint flavor.

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Duck was very well smoked with the flavor of green tea, at first I marinated with masala (Indian style). I have infused regular brown rice, you can also substitute it with black rice, regular rice or even millets but only the flavor differs. I have used Full Duck, you can also use breast pieces or medium pieces but the thing is the cooking time differs, as it would be cooked faster. Let me share the recipe…


  • Full Duck – 1 no
  • For Marinate:
    • Red chilli powder – 2 ½ tsp
    • Coriander powder – 4 tsp
    • Turmeric powder – ½ tsp
    • Salt to taste
    • Lemon Juice – 1 tbsp
    • Aluminium Foil – 4 to 5 sheets
    • Olive oil – 2 tbsp
  • For Smoking:
    • Green Tea Leaves – 2 tea bags (TeaBox – Mint Green Tea)
    • Brown or Black Rice – 3 cups
    • Star Anise – 3 nos
    • Cinnamon (1 inch) – 2 nos
    • Bay leaf – 3 nos
    • Cloves – 5 nos

Making of Smoked Green Tea Chicken –


  • Wash and clean the duck, dry the duck. Keep it aside.
  • In a bowl, take all ingredients given under marinate, mix it well by adding little water.
  • Slit the duck in many places, rub the masala all over the duck in each and every nook and corner (refer the video), use only your hands for rubbing the masala.
  • Keep it aside and let it marinate for 2 hours.
  • Heat a vessel, pour olive oil and roast the duck evenly on all sides for 10 to 15 mins.
  • Once roasted well, remove it from the vessel and keep it aside.
  • Take a big vessel with the lid, place the aluminium foil all over the vessel, if possible you can also wrap the lid with aluminium foil (this process is done to avoid the vessel from getting spoiled).
  • Now sprinkle the rice in the bottom of the vessel, so that it should form as a bed.
  • Sprinkle the spices over the rice.
  • Place a stand over the rice and gently place the roasted duck over the stand, cover with the lid.
  • Turn of the flame and place the vessel over the flame (cook in medium flame).
  • Place a weight over the lid, so that the smoke doesn’t escapes out of the vessel.
  • Cook for 30 to 40 mins, remove the lid only after 30 mins, check whether is duck is cooked.
  • If it’s not cooked, cover, place the weight over the lid and cook for another 10 mins.
  • Remove it from fire.

Serve hot with toasted bread, salad and mayonnaise.


Coriander Chicken Curry / Malli Kozhi Kuzhmabu – Restaurant Style Coriander Chicken Curry


I have come across Coriander chicken curry in many restaurants, I like to the core, but never thought of giving it a try. Usually we love to have outside food on weekends, just like that I love to relax without any work, but I feel like my kids don’t eat properly when we are out for food. This resulted me in trying out food in restaurant style but from the Madraasi Kitchen and so comes the Coriander Chicken Curry.

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Coriander Chicken curry is one such finger licking curry that goes out well with steamed rice for lunch, idly, dosa, chapathi, parotta for dinner or breakfast. I have infused green paste which gives more flavor, wonderful aroma, lovely texture and beautiful color, the most important thing is it adds freshness to the curry. Let me share the recipe…

Taking this to Fiesta Friday #161 hosted by Angie@thenovicegarderner.

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Coriander Chicken Curry / Malli Kozhi Kuzhmabu – Restaruant Style


  • Chicken / Country Chicken (Nattu Kozhi) – ½ kg
  • Onions – 2 nos (medium size)
  • Green chillies – 2 nos
  • Ginger paste – 2 tsp
  • Garlic paste – 2 tsp
  • Turmeric powder – ½ tsp
  • Chilli powder – 1 tsp
  • Coriander powder – 2 ½ tsp
  • Coriander leaves with stalks – a handful
  • Mint leaves – half the quantity of coriander leaves
  • Cinnamon (1” inch stick) – 1 no
  • Cloves – 3 nos
  • Curry leaves – 2 sprigs
  • Salt to taste
  • Coconut oil / Any cooking oil – 2 ½ tbsp


  • Wash and clean the coriander, mint leaves, keep it aside.
  • Clean and chop the chicken to medium pieces.
  • Grind coriander leaves, mint leaves and green chillies to a fine paste by adding water and keep it aside.
  • Peel and finely chop the onions and keep it aside.
  • Heat oil in a kadai, add cinnamon, cloves and curry leaves wait until they crackle.
  • Add ginger and garlic paste, cook for few seconds.
  • Add onions and cook until they turn transparent.
  • Add the turmeric, chilli and coriander powder followed by salt and cook until the raw smell goes off.
  • Add the chicken pieces, cook for few mins.
  • Add the ground green paste along with ½ cup of water, give a mix.
  • Cover and cook until the chicken is done.
  • Remove the lid and cook in medium flame until the curry thickens and the oil floats on the top of the curry.
  • Garnish with coriander leaves.

Serve hot.