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Easy Fried Chicken and Avocado Dip

I used to prepare this very simple fried chicken for my kid as finger food without the addition of lemon juice... Very easy n simple to prepare and used to prepare this only for him as we have other  chicken curries n briyani to eat... My husband always complains that I prepare very little of these fried ones... So bought some chicken breasts few days back n prepared this fried chicken n Avocado dip for him as a surprise treat for his dinner..... We have lovely memories with the Avocado fruit too.... Avocado's reminds us of our trip to Kurumba Resort.... Tasted this for the first time there as creamy soup... since then we guys had fallen in love with this flavourful fruit...  My hubby is not a great risk taker in tasting foods.. so when I do some innovation in recipes...its like writing an exam for me :) (chemistry paper was equally difficult for me!!!!) and his reactions are like exam results...sometimes I do get distinction... sometimes I pass and sometimes arrears
 ( have to try that till I get pass mark ;) ) he he.... But his words, appreciation and support means a lot to me...He is so supportive and helps me alot in blogging....

And coming back to my recipe....Served this for our dinner and enjoyed alot... The best compliment is he loved the Avocado dip sooo much that he ended up used this as spread over crispy ghee dosas :)

Ingredients :

For fried chicken :

  • 1 Chicken Breast, cut into long strips
  • 1 Tsp Pepper powder
  • 2 Tsp Lemon juice
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 1/2 Cups Cornflakes, crushed
  • Oil for frying

For Avocado dip :
  • 1 Avocado
  • 1/2 Cup Thick Curd / Yoghurt
  • 1 Green chilli
  • 2 Garlic pods
  • 1/2 Tsp Jeera
  • 1/4 Cup Mint leaves / Pudina
  • Salt to taste

Method :

For Fried chicken :
  • Clean, wash and cut the chicken breast into long strips.
  • Add pepper powder, salt and lemon juice.
  • Mix well and marinate it for 1 hour. ( at least half an hour ).
  • Now take each strips and roll it with crushed cornflakes.
  • Heat oil in a pan and fry them in a medium flame.
  • Do not fry them in a high flame, cornflakes gets fried soon and becomes black.
  • Once fried, remove from flame and drain them in a kitchen towel.
  • Serve hot.

For Avocado Dip :
  • Cut and scoop the flesh of avocado.
  • Add everything in a blender and blend them to a fine paste.
  • Serve it with the fried chicken.

Linking this with Yashodha's Kitchen " My first event - Thanks Giving "


  1. Wow!!! Nice story!! Wonderful easy recipe!!! Avacado dip, I knew. But I din't try chicken like this!! Will try one day!!!

    Thanks for linking to my event dear!!!


  2. Hey loved this version of dip dear :) And yeah chicken is looking so drool worthy and so easy to make :) My hubby is s risk taker Priya he voluntarily eats whatever I make and gives me the suggestions but its still the same feeling like you said "like getting your exam results" ha ha :)
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  3. Haha.... I liked the part of your exam results... I've fallen in love with your avocado dip. Gives an Indian touch....

  4. WOW... That looks yumm... I know the feeling, trying to get distinction every time!!!!

  5. lovely version priya.. my hubby is also a risk taker :)

  6. Fried chicken looks super yum and loved the ingredients used in the avocado dip...Perfect combo..


  8. Give me that plate, feel like finishing it.

  9. Fried chicken looks great with the yummy dip, fantastic!

  10. wow looks so wonderful and happy to stop by ur blog and follow you!!
    please stop by mine when u find time!

  11. delicious chicken and avocado dip looks wonderful

  12. Hi Priya,

    This dip will be great for our summery Christmas season :D

    Nice to know you through blogging and I enjoy reading your blog and recipes and here I am being your latest follower :D



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