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If you love braised meat and spicy then this is going to be your new favorite. Since Goan recheado masala is traditionally used with seafood it was a risk to use it with meats. My husbands regular out of the box cooking experiments, which at most times are successful just gave me the nudge I needed to experiment in cross-continent cooking(not sure if I sound right) but I am sure you get the point πŸ™‚ . braised-chicken-thigh-recipe-spicy-recheado-masala-breast-goan This recipe does not use wine but uses a red spicy curry paste made with vinegar and the meat liquid is used to braise the meat. I prefer bone in for added flavor of the bone and marrow but you can do boneless.Β  This spicy braised chicken has multiple uses. You can use it as a side, on a salad, lettuce wrap with a sweet sauce, sandwiches or for even a quesadilla. It is that good and just 3 ingredients!

braised-chicken-thigh-recipe-spicy-recheado-masala-indian-cast-ironThe best way to enjoy very flavorful meats is to marinate the meat overnight in the refrigerator with the spice paste, salt and sugar. Technically the longer the better.

braised-chicken-thigh-legs-recipe-spicy-recheado-masala-spices-used-imageServing Size: 4-6

Ingredients:

2 lbs of boneless chicken thighs

3-4 tbsp of recheado masala

1 medium onion diced

1/2 tsp of sugar.

Salt to taste

braised-chicken-thigh-recipe-spicy-recheado-masala-ingredientsDirections:

In a non-stick or cast iron pot saute the onions till soft.

Next add the marinated chicken cover and cook for 20-25 minutes turning each side after 10 minutes each on medium low heat till the meat is soft, dry and slightly browned.

braised-chicken-thigh-recipe-spicy-recheado-masala-dry-indian-cast-iron

If your chicken does not give out much liquid as mine than add 1/2 cup water.

This recipe also works well for grilling chicken.

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