Burmese Chicken Kebat

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Burmese Chicken Kebat
 
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Ryan GoodwinPublished on 6/13/2017

I had something like this at a little burmese takeout spot the other day and decided to try and recreate it.

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What you will need

Cooking oil

1 yellow onion

1 tsp garam masala

1 tsp crushed black pepper

1 tsp kashmiri chili

1 lb ground chicken

1/2 cup water

1/2 tbsp braggs apple cider vinegar

How to cook

1

A little oil in the pan. Medium heat.

A little oil in the pan. Medium heat.

2

Add some sliced onions. Let em cook down.

Add some sliced onions. Let em cook down.

3

Meanwhile, prepare the spices. About a teaspoon each of garam masala, kashmiri chili, and black pepper.

Meanwhile, prepare the spices. About a teaspoon each of garam masala, kashmiri chili, and black pepper.

4

Peel and grate a little ginger and mix the ginger with the spices. Smells amazing.

Peel and grate a little ginger and mix the ginger with the spices. Smells amazing.

5

Man, those onions are looking good, lets add the spices. Stir em around a bit. Let them cook gently for a few minutes. Then add the water and a splash of vinegar for some good ole tang. Let that reduce.

Man, those onions are looking good, lets add the spices. Stir em around a bit. Let them cook gently for a few minutes. Then add the water and a splash of vinegar for some good ole tang. Let that reduce.

6

Water's mostly gone, we can add the ground turkey now. The pan should be pretty hot here. Season it up with a little salt and you're good to go.

Water's mostly gone, we can add the ground turkey now. The pan should be pretty hot here. Season it up with a little salt and you're good to go.

7

This stuff is great over rice. I garnished with some green onion.

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