Kokur Yakhni- Chicken cooked in Yoghurt

Kokur Yakhni/Chicken Yakhni
Chicken cooked in Yoghurt
Ingredients
Chicken (cut in small pieces)                                     1 kg
Ghee/refined oil                                                          100 ml
Green Cardamom                                                        4
Black Cardamom                                                        2
Cloves                                                                         4
Cinnamon Sticks                                                         1’’
Bay leaf                                                                       2
Black cumin                                                                a pinch
Fennel Powder                                                            2 tsp
Dry Ginger Powder                                                    ½ tsp
Yoghurt                                                                       750 gm
Rice Flour                                                                   1 tsp
Salt                                                                              to taste
Misc-en-place
Clean and wash the Chicken pieces.
Cooking
How to make Chicken Yakhni
Heat the oil in a pressure cooker, add cinnamon stick, green cardamom, black cardamom, bay leaf, cloves and let them crackle . Now add the chicken pieces and sauté for 15 minutes. Add   2 glass water, saunf powder, dry ginger powder and pressure cook it up to 3 whistles.
Separate the stock from the chicken. Whisk the curd in a bowl and add this to the stock. Now cook till it starts boiling. Add the cooked chicken and continue cooking till gravy thickens.
Dissolve the rice flour in 1 tsp water and mix it to the gravy and cook for 5 minutes. Serve it with hot white boiled rice.
Defining Features
Colour – pale
Spice – Medium (6/10)

Consistency - thin

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