Chicks rule - 5 delicious chicken starter recipes

fabulously simple and 100 % delicious chicken starters!

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5 delicious chicken starter recipes

Chicken – it is definitely one of the most preferred non vegetarian food ingredients the world over. When it comes to starters at a party the scenario isn’t too different, chicken is always a hit. Since we are gearing up for the party season we decided to share some fabulously simple and 100 % delicious recipes. Take a look.

Dry Chilli Chicken

Chilli chicken is a classic when it comes to Indo-Chinese food. Deep fried chicken chubes tossed with ginger garlic, onions, capsicum, chinese sauces and fresh green chillies. It has just the perfect amount of spice and tastes perfect as a starter if you are a fan of good old chilli chicken!

http://www.sanjeevkapoor.com/Recipe/Dry-Chilli-Chicken.html

Baked Chicken Lollipop

Who doesn’t love a good Chicken Lollypop? Crisp on the outside, juicy and succulent on the inside – this recipe will give you the best results. Also, these delicious lollypops are baked instead of deep fried so you can eat them guilt free!

http://www.sanjeevkapoor.com/Recipe/Chicken-Lollipop.html

Barbecue Chicken Wings

Sticky, sweet, smoky and finger licking delicious – are the best words to sum up a classic all-time favourite like barbecue chicken wings. This recipe is super simple and is ideal for when you have guests over – probably to watch a match. Eating them can be a messy affair but completely satisfying too!

https://www.sanjeevkapoor.com/Recipe/Barbecue-Chicken-Wings.html

Chicken Mayo Roll

These chicken mayo rolls are indulgent in every way. A delicious mixture of shredded grilled chicken, assorted veggies and luscious mayonnaise stuffed in wonton sheets and deep fried till golden brown and crisp. What’s not to love!

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Chicken Tikka 65

If you can’t decide between succulent chicken tikka and fiery chicken 65 – try this recipe. It brings together the best of both. Chunks of chicken marinated in a South Indian style masala, skewered and grilled like a tikka – sounds delicious, doesn’t it?

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