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Kalia Chicken Spice Blend With Easy Recipe- No Additives- Leena Spices

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Kalia Chicken Spice Blend With Easy Recipe- No Additives- Leena Spices

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Authentic Kalia Chicken Spice Blend With Easy Recipe- No Additives- Leena Spices

Kalia chicken, also known as Kaliya chicken, is a traditional dish with deep roots in the traditions of the Indian subcontinent. Its history reflects a rich blend of cultural influences and regional variations.

Origins: The origins of Kalia chicken are closely tied to the cooking traditions of Bengal, Odisha, and Bangladesh, regions known for their rich and diverse food cultures. Historically, the dish is believed to have been influenced by Mughal cuisine, which introduced rich, aromatic spices and cooking techniques. The Mughals, who ruled large parts of India from the early 16th to the mid-18th century, were known for their lavish and flavorful dishes, often featuring intricate spice blends and innovative cooked methods.

The term "Kalia" or "Kaliya" generally refers to a rich, spicy curry often made with meat, fish, or vegetables. The word "Kalia" comes from Persian and Urdu, where it typically means a rich stew or curry, usually cooked with a variety of spices to create a deep and complex flavor profile. 

Cultural Significance: In Bengali and Odia cultures, Kalia chicken is often associated with festive occasions and special celebrations. It is considered a luxurious dish, frequently prepared for weddings, festivals, and other significant gatherings. The rich and hearty nature of the dish, with its interesting  spice blend makes it a centerpiece in traditional feasts.

Evolution and Modern Adaptations: Over time, Kalia chicken has evolved to suit modern tastes and cooking conveniences. While the traditional method involves slow cooking to develop deep flavors, contemporary recipes might use pressure cookers or instant pots for faster preparation without compromising on taste. Additionally, the availability of our spice blends, like your Kalia Chicken Spice Blend, has made it easier for home cooks to recreate this classic dish with authenticity and ease. 

Authentic Kalia Chicken Spice Blend - Unlock the rich, aromatic flavors of traditional Indian cuisine with our Kalia Chicken Spice Blend. Specially crafted to bring the authentic taste of Kalia chicken to your kitchen, this spice blend combines premium quality ingredients to ensure a delicious and hassle-free cooking experience.

Why Choose Our Kalia Chicken Spice Blend?

  • Traditional Taste: Enjoy the authentic taste of Kalia chicken without the need to measure and mix multiple spices.
  • Versatile Use: Perfect for chicken, but also great with lamb, eggs, fish, or vegetables to create a variety of flavorful dishes.
  • Convenient Packaging: Secure, resealable packaging keeps your spices fresh and aromatic for longer.
  • Ingredients: Black pepper, Cilantro, Coriander, Cumin, Garam masala, Garlic, Ginger, Onion, Paprika, and Turmeric. 

     

 Order Now and transform your cooking with the authentic taste of Indian cuisine delivered straight to your doorstep. Elevate your meals with our Kalia Chicken Spice Blend and impress your loved ones with every bite! 

Recipe Kalia Chicken

Ingredients:

500 Chicken pieces

4 Tbsp Yoghurt 

1/4 Cup oil 

1/2 tsp Cumin seeds 

2 Medium onions chopped 

2 tsp Kaliya spice

1 Tbsp Minced garlic

1/2 Cup water

3 Tbsp Fresh coriander chopped

3 Green chillies chopped (optional)

Salt to taste

Method:

  1. Heat oil in a pan or wok. Add Cumin seeds.
  2. Add onions and sauté until brown.
  3. Add minced garlic and Kaliya spice.
  4. Cook for 2 minutes, adding water.
  5. Add chicken pieces and cook for 5 minutes.
  6. Add yoghurt and cook until pan leaves the oil.
  7. Add 1/2 cup warm water. bring to boil and simmer until chicken turns tender.
  8. Top up with green chilis (optional) and cilantro or fried onion (optional).
  9. Serve with rice, roti or naan.

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