60th: Onion and Pepper Fried Chicken with Yoghurt

Yippee!!! This is my 60th post!! Wa!! Imagine.

Thank you all for reading my cooking journal, commenting, liking and even trying out these recipes. I’m humbled.

This meal I prepared a while back when we had a friend over for dinner. This dish closely resembles this one , however I used boneless chicken breasts and I also added some yoghurt.

white onion, green and red bell pepper

Ingredients

2 boneless chicken breasts cut into strips

1 medium sized white onion sliced

1/2 red bell pepper diced

1/2 green bell pepper diced

1 tomato diced

1/3 cup plain yoghurt

1 tbsp soy sauce

2 tbsp vegetable oil

Salt and pepper to taste

boneless chicken breast strips

Start by coating the chicken with the soy sauce. In a ziploc bag or polythene bag put the chicken strips then add the soy sauce then shake to ensure they are fully coated. Let it the chicken stand for 10 minutes or so.

marinating chicken

In a sauce pan, heat the vegetable oil. Add the chicken strips, stir to ensure the chicken browns.

browning

Let the chicken cook for about 15 minutes then add the onions and bell peppers. (I also added one tomato diced, after hubby’s advice). Remember to season with the salt and black pepper.

oh plus a tomato

Cover and let the tomato, onion and peppers cook down.

It’s ready to serve… well not just yet

Finally add the yoghurt.

the secret ingredient

Cover for about 5 minutes then stir and serve.

I served the chicken over steamed pasta but I believe it will taste even better with rice.

Dinner

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