Chicken Shashlik
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Author sreya85 Yield No Value
Published Aug 9, 2007 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Non Veg-Main Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Chicken Standing Time 1 hour

Recipe of Chicken Shashlik

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Boneless Chicken 500 Grams
Potatoes - Small Size, Boiled 4 Numbers
Capsicum 2 Numbers
Onions 3 Numbers
Plain Flour 1 Cup
Cornflour 1 Teaspoons
Oil To Fry
Red Chili Powder 1/2 Teaspoons
Ginger-garlic Paste 1 Teaspoons
Salt To Taste
Tomato Ketchup To Taste
Bamboo Stick 8 Stricks


  1. Boil chicken
  2. Cut chicken and potatoes in 1" cube pieces (it should be 16 pieces each).
  3. Cut 24 square shape pieces of onions and capsicums.
  4. Take a bamboo stick and skewer the chicken (2 pieces) and potato (2 pieces), altering with onion and capsicum pieces.
  5. Repeat for other sticks also
  6. Take a bowl and mix flour, corn flour, the spices and salt.
  7. Add warm water to make a thick paste.
  8. Coat the sticks with the flour paste and deep fry in medium heat.
  9. Heat a clean frying pan and add tomato ketchup.
  10. Stir fry the sticks for a minute.
  11. Serve hot Chicken Shashliks.
Posted Aug 9, 2007

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Somenath Chatterjee Jun 25, 2011
Request you to kindly give some other name to this recipe other than "Shashlik". Shashlik is a purely Central Asian / Russian food popular in Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Belarus, Russia, etc. The major highlights of Shashlik is that the cooked meat should be very very juicy & soft, whether its Mutton, Beef or Chicken. This is achieved by the marination process irrespective whether original meat is tender or not. It is a 1 day process. Also one more major point is that while cooking Shashlik in the Original way, NOT A SINGLE DROP OF OIL IS NORMALLY USED EITHER DURING MARINATION OR DURING THE COOKING PROCESS. But when Served you will not know that it has been cooked without oil. It is an art which would put any Western type of Barbeque to shame. In fact even tough Mutton or Beef cooks to perfection within 20 mins when cooked in the oven. The Traditional Barbecue Grill is called "Mangal" & the stuff is quite basic & primitive. It can be made at any local fabrication shop. I have traveled extensively in Central Asia & Shashlik is one of the major component of my diet there. Pls write back if you are interested in my recipe !!

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