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​The Brit-Indian Fusion Fried Chicken

​The Brit-Indian Fusion Fried Chicken

Posted by Emily on 11th Aug 2023

Embrace the sublime fusion of British, Indian, and American culinary influences with this delectable fried chicken recipe. While it isn't purely Indian, this dish delights with authentic Indian flavours; all wrapped up in a British interpretation of an American classic. This is not just a culinary experience but a delightful melding of cultures on a plate.

Our key ingredient here is the  Ceres Alpha Coater. Combined with onion seeds, it forms a protective layer around the marinated chicken. This ensures a longer life for your frying oil and a perfectly golden-brown chicken, preventing it from getting overly darkened by the spices.

Remember, our Alpha Coating is not just an ingredient but a starting point; with a pinch of creativity, we transform mundane elements into dishes that satisfy the taste buds and are profitable ventures.

For the Chicken Marinade

Ingredients Quantity
Boneless Chicken Thighs, sliced into 1.5-inch pieces 2kg
Garlic Paste, minced 4 tsp
Water 100ml
Alpha Coater
Ginger Paste, minced 4 tsp
Fresh Lemon Juice of 2 Lemons
Chilli Powder 1 tsp
Chopped Curry Leaves 20
Garam Masala 2 tsp
Fresh Coriander Leaves, finely chopped As Needed

For the Crispy Coating

Ingredients Quantity
Alpha Coater
Onion Seeds 100g


1. Combine all the chicken marinade ingredients, ensuring each chicken slice is well coated. Refrigerate this mixture for 24 hours to let the flavours deeply infuse.

2. Prepare your frying setup. Set the fryer temperature to 170°C. We recommend using refined oil, such as groundnut oil. For best results, opt for a table-top fryer so you don't compromise the oil in your primary frying range.

3. In a separate mixing bowl, blend the  Alpha Coater with onion seeds.

4. Take the chicken slices and generously coat them in the  Alpha Coater mixture.

5. Deep fry each piece until it achieves a crispy exterior and is cooked thoroughly inside.

6. After frying, place the chicken on a rack to let the excess oil drain off. For an extra dash of flavour, sprinkle the hot chicken with some garam masala.

7. Serve your fried chicken pieces garnished with fresh coriander leaves.

There you have it, a delightful fusion dish ready to tantalise your customer's tastebuds! Serve with a refreshing Mint Raita.