Can Butter Chicken Help You Survive the Alaskan Frontier?
Let's go to Alaska – The Final Frontier - to see if one can survive the bitter cold with butter chicken by your side. If you are an adventurous person, then it is for sure you might love butter chicken as well. Throughout history, the territory of Alaska has been titled by various names. As per the language of the native Aleuts, it has been classified as "Alyeska," which generally interprets to, "The Great Land." Alaska's long & hot mid-year days have additionally acquired the name, "Place that is known for the Midnight Sun" which is the most suitable & fitting, considering the almost 24 hours of sunlight the state encounters in June and July.
Even in the 21st century, Alaska is a mystery to most. This maybe the reason for its most notable name, "The Last Frontier," which was the way it was by and large saw by most pioneers and adventurers at the end of the nineteenth century. Even a few hundred years after the first documented Alaskan explorers, the lands have for the most part been untouched, still giving itself the strange and wild aura welcome to any adventurer to explore.
Do you think any ordinary individual can survive a desolate, unexplored, and remote area such as the Alaska mountains? One thing is for sure, food and water are the two resources any traveler needs to survive. The question is which food to bring that will satisfy my needs for survival and my appetite for good cuisine? Does Indian food qualify? We think it not only qualifies, but it also doubles the adventure, thrill, and entertainment that feeds the soul of the true adventurer.
Authentic Butter Chicken at the Last Frontier
Are you a Butter Chicken fanatic or have seen it on the list of menu items at various restaurants? Do you believe it's difficult to cook it outdoors, at home, or while traveling? Indeed it isn't one of the most effortless or fastest curries to make, however it is unquestionably superior to make it at home compared to the ones served in the café because of how your home will smell and you can give specific flavor input to get exactly what you've been craving!
What would you need to make this authentic Butter Chicken?
As the name itself is pretty delicious, the ingredients are super authentic and delicious,
- Boneless Chicken 1 kg (Cut into scaled-down pieces)
- Tomato sauce 300 ml or concentrated tomato purees 120 g
- Red Onion 2 medium (finely cleaved)
- Ginger Garlic Paste 2 tbsp
- Turmeric Powder 2 tsp
- Tandoori Masala 1 tsp
- Kashmiri Red Chili Powder 1.5 tsp
- Garam Masala 1 tsp
- Cumin Powder 1 tsp
- Dried fenugreek leaves 1 tbsp (Kasuri Methi)
- Chopped Coriander Leaves 2 tbsp
- Butter or Ghee 2 tbsp
- Oil 2 tbsp
- Fresh Lime Juice 1 tbsp
- Cooking Cream 150 ml
- Salt according to your Taste
How to start this authentic, adventurous Butter Chicken
First, Soak the solid chicken shapes with salt, roasted masala, lime juice, and turmeric powder. Allow it to rest for 1 hr. After soaking, barbecue the chicken shapes in the broiler on kebab sticks or place then in a grill and barbecue each side on medium fire for 2 - 3 minutes smothered in 1TBSP. If you have an oven, preheat it to 220 degrees Celsius for 10 minutes and afterward barbecue the chicken shapes for 15 minutes while you work on the sauce. Meanwhile, add oil and butter to a pan and sauté onion till it becomes light brown. This will add a rich sweetness to the taste. After the onion turns light brown, add the ginger-garlic paste and cook till its crudeness vanishes. Add the tomato paste on low to medium fire and cook till the oil isolates. This should take 15 minutes. Now it's time to add the excess turmeric powder, cumin powder, Kashmiri red bean stew powder, and cook everything for 5 minutes on medium heat. At this point, the chicken is barbecued either in the pan or oven. Add it to the sauce. Coat the chicken shapes in the sauce and let it cook briefly before adding some water. After adding water, heat it to the point of boiling, let it stew for another 10 minutes, and afterward, add the cream. Save a little to garnish at the end. When you add the cream, the dish begins looking whitish; however, on the off chance that you allow the curry to stew, it will start turning light pinkish/pinkish shade. Now, add the garam masala and salt according to your preference, and don't forget to add fenugreek leaves!
Your dish is prepared. Present with chopped coriander leaves and cream and celebrate the authentic taste with some naan (Indian bread) or jeera rice. After a long day of adventure, this delightful authentic butter chicken will win your heart and charge you up like a battery for the next day or night's adventure. The protein, carbs, fats, and sugars are all there to keep you insulted in the cold weather, give you energy storage to continue the journey, and will simply make your experience more enjoyable. The only downside is there won't be much room left for other gear. But hey, if you only have room for one meal, it might as well be something extraordinarily delicious.
Suppose you are a classic Butter Chicken lover. In that case, Alcoeats offers you the greatest of all Butter chicken gravy that doesn't have gluten and also proudly serves without preservatives, artificial flavors, or any fillers. This also means it is a large space saver, all the ingredients except the chicken come into a 100g jar. All that's needed is to add water and the chicken, making it a little more possible to carry for a long journey in The Final Frontier.
This Butter Chicken - Indian Simmer Sauce Mix is the perfect savior of adventurous moments. Mix it in your butter chicken delight and make your weekend or adventurous nights more delightful.