Chicken Malai Boti Recipe in Urdu by Aliz Foods

Chicken Malai Boti Recipe in Urdu by Aliz Foods

Pakistani Chicken Malai Boti Recipe

In Pakistan, people make malai boti recipe in Chicken and mutton but chicken is common. The dhabas with BBQ make such a tasty bottis that you would end up eating so much. It is must to have a cold drink with malai boti because it helps food dissolve well. Some chefs bake these botis in oven and they are equally tasty but I love the BBQ smell. I eat it with rice or sometimes just with my soft drink, like lemonade. I also try it at home and make it perfectly, because I use good spices and follow a better recipe.

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While preparing masala for malai boti recipe make sure you use only good spices and also marinate the chicken pieces well, leaving them for enough time. Use well- burned coals while making this recipe in BBQ. Don’t burn chicken because it will reduce the taste and will also affect the nutrients. Make all chicken pieces small because you can eat them well unlike the large botis. The creamy texture makes it delicious but it surely is full of calories. Some chefs use aliz olive oil while baking it in an oven. Don’t forget to use only boneless chicken because the bones will interrupt your taste.

How Chefs Make Malai Boti Recipe ?

Preparation: 15 minutes

Marination time: 1 hour

Baking: 30 minutes

Servings: 2 to 3

What You Need

Boneless Chicken, cut into cubes: 500 gm.

Ginger, garlic paste: 1-1/2tbsp

Green chili, cut into small pieces: 3

Salt to taste

Lemon juice: 1-1/2 tbsp.

White pepper powder: 1.1/2 tsp.

Cumin powder: 1 tsp.

Fresh coriander powder: 1 tsp.

Ground almonds, pistachio, and cashew: 2 tbsp.

Cream: 4 tbsp.

Aliz olive oil: 1-1/2 tbsp.

How to Cook

  • Take a bowl and put chicken, spices like salt, ginger, garlic, chili, white pepper, cumin, coriander, lemon juice, green chili, and all nuts and cream, and mix all well. Leave it for an hour in a refrigerator.

BBQ malai boti or bake them for half an hour at 230° C.


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