Have You Made Whole Chicken Without Oven At Home

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Whole Chicken Recipe
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Whole Chicken (Without Oven)

Make Whole Chicken Without Oven

A Flavorful Stovetop Adventure

Cooking a whole chicken is often associated with roasting it in the oven, conjuring up images of golden, crispy skin and succulent, tender meat. However, what if you don’t have access to an oven? Fear not! With a few simple techniques and a trusty stovetop, you can still create a mouthwatering delicious chicken right in the comfort of your kitchen.

In this culinary journey, we’ll explore the art of cooking a whole chicken without the need for an oven. Whether you’re looking to switch up your cooking methods, don’t have an oven available, or want to try something new, this guide has you covered.
From seasoning the bird to achieving that perfect balance of crispy skin and juicy meat, we’ll walk you through each step of the process. Along the way, we’ll share tips and tricks to ensure your stovetop chicken turns out flavorful and delicious every time.

So, start rolling your sleeves, sharpen your knives, and get ready to embark on a stovetop cooking adventure that will elevate your culinary skills and impress your taste buds. Let’s dive in and discover how to create a chicken masterpiece without needing to turn on the oven!

Make Whole Chicken

  • 1½ kg whole chicken
  • 1 ½ cup yogurt
  • One teaspoon of red chili powder
  • One teaspoon cumin
  • ½ tablespoon coriander powder
  • Salt to taste
  • ½ teaspoon black pepper
  • ½ teaspoon chili flakes
  • ½ teaspoon of all spices
  • Two tablespoon vinegar
  • One teaspoon (heaped) garlic ’ and ginger paste

Homemade Whole Chicken

Wash the chicken thoroughly and dry completely to avoid seepage of blood while cooking. Now, mix all the ingredients well except the chicken to form a paste. Then, put a small cut on the whole chicken, marinate it with the ready mixture, cover, and leave for 4 hours (overnight marinating gives the best result).

In a deep cooking pan, add two tablespoons of oil and the chicken marinated in the oil. Then, cook on low heat until the chicken becomes tender. Turn the whole chicken upside down halfway through cooking and cook for at least an hour on both sides. Coat the chicken with gravy and dish it out when it is done.

Serve with stir-fried vegetables and garlic rice with this whole chicken platter.


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