Popcorn Fried Chicken (Indian Style)

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Popcorn Fried Chicken (Indian Style)
Serves 2-3


3 chicken breasts, diced

Spice Marinade
1 tablespoon chili powder
1 tablespoon turmeric
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons minced garlic
Juice of ½ lemon

Spice Coating
100 grams bread crumbs
1 teaspoon chili powder
1 teaspoon turmeric
1 teaspoon cumin
1 teaspoon coriander
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper

Egg wash

1 litre of oil, for frying


1. Prepare the spice marinade by mixing all the spices together with the chicken.
2. Cover with cling film and leave to marinate for 1 hour.
3. Next, prepare the spice coating by mixing the bread crumbs, chili powder, turmeric, cumin, coriander, salt and pepper together.
4. Coat each chicken piece in egg wash, followed by the spice coating.
5. Heat the oil in a deep saucepan to 350°F/180°C.
6. Carefully place each chicken piece in the oil using a slotted spoon and fry for about 3-4 minutes, until golden brown and cooked through.
7. Serve with salad and favourite dips of your choice.
8. Enjoy!

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67 thoughts on “Popcorn Fried Chicken (Indian Style)

  1. add a bunch of random spices. Here, you got an Indian meal!

    Good lord, don’t hate, I’m just trying to make a joke😂

    1. Jewela Chen I’m glad to find an ARMY here but it is disappointing to know that your comment is racist. EDIT: Oh well, it is just a joke. I knew ARMYs aren’t bad. I’m such an idiot. I should trust ARMYs more lol 😂

    1. +FruityCandy Sorry to break it to you, but he’s right for once in his life. His name is Nepali, and a significant number of Indians have Nepali names. Definitely in Asia. Still doesn’t excuse him saying none of India makes this.

    1. Andrew K popcorn chickens refers to the part where it’s small and you can eat a bunch like popcorn

  2. *Sees Popcorn Chicken*
    Me: I *LOVE* Popcorn Chicken!
    *Sees “Indian Style”*
    Pray for the Comment Section.

    1. cupcakeshi
      I don’t know, ask the dozens of people complaining about Indian recipes on previous videos not me.

    2. Tyler Nelson Well,yes…Indians do complain. I have seen them complaining and it is because the ingredients are totally not the Indian style (someone told me this). The whole comment section is filled with complains and some racism.

    3. I don’t think there is specific way to make something “Indian Style”. Which is why I don’t think there is any basis in their complaints. Like, Seriously, there’s a comment where they complain about “too much turmeric” for it to be “truly” Indian. there’s about 1 tablespoon in this recipe, it’s ridiculous. I also see people calling the food gross simply because they don’t like any Indian or Indonesian food. So it’s not even just racism, its just petty complaints that do disprove nothing. It’s stupid.

    4. Tyler Nelson You’re right. I think this recipe was made the same way others make. There wasn’t any specific Indian spice used in this. You really make sense. I don’t know why you’re getting hate lol

    1. +iluvharrypotter97 I do! Aside from enhancing your food with a wonderful flavor, it adds a lovely color to your dish.

    1. I was thinking the exact same thing. So much turmeric would ruin the taste. Turmeric in the bread crumbs is also very weird. It would taste bitter and gross.

  3. Cunts be like “oh, ‘Indian style’? That means totally original Indian food to me. What? This is not how you make Indian food. Let me spread some bullshit in the comment section”

    1. Mate, just try cooking it for starters. I’m 110% sure that’s way too much turmeric. Don’t set fire to the Indians for telling us how not to die of excess seasoning.

  4. If i had to re create this I’d use Rava (semolina) instead of bread crumbs and I’d serve it with mint chutney 😋 and i was shook with how much turmeric was used we don’t use so much 😫 😷

    1. NIRVANICA SANDE that would be perfect but tasty has an ” what’s in my American cabinet “recipe style of cooking.

  5. This not traditional or even an Indian dish. All they did was add a bunch of spices to it and bravo!!

  6. Errr Pakistanis make it like this too. curry and spices aren’t just for Indians.

    Come on! Lol

    1. i don’t agree.. India and Pakistan are two very different countries and i think both should have the same amount of acknowledgement with regards to this type of food. its not just simply ‘Indian’

    2. +Miss.Bored x then define what’s ‘Indian’ food.. South Indian food is entirely different from North India.. East Indian food is absolutely different from West Indian. There is no uniformity in Indian food.. it’s all from the Indian subcontinent

    3. yes exactly its different but its all made in the same country so can the be grouped into one if needed. But pakistani food is not Indian food so needs to have a title of its own or like i said just call it SOUTH ASIAN food.

      Both these counties have religions that restrict the kind of foods they can eat so i think its very ignorant to just class something as ‘Indian’ an call it that just because its ‘brown ppl food”

    4. +Miss.Bored x lol at brown people food 😂. So name a special Pakistani dish that isn’t found across its border

  7. Why so much turmeric tho.

    Those who haven’t tried friend chicken in this way, lemme tell you honey you’re missing out.

  8. “Dip the parents carcass in its unborn child’s remains”
    Or as you weirdos say it, “dip the chicken in the egg”

    No shame on writing this comment

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