Khawsey (street food) | How to make Khawsey (street food)

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Created on 26th Apr 2017
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About Khawsey (street food)

It's a fusion of coconut milk, chicken and noodles. It's actually a burmese dish but very popular in western India. I have made it with an Indian spices. Enjoy cooking!

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  • Prep Time25mins
  • Cook Time45mins
  • Serves4People
Khawsey (street food)

Ingredients to make Khawsey (street food)

  • Chicken marination: Chicken (especially bone pieces)- 250 gm
  • Onion- 1 medium sized (sliced)
  • Bay leaf- 1
  • Cinnamon stick- 1 small sized
  • Green chillies- 5 to 6
  • Coriander leaves- 1/2 bunch
  • Ginger garlic paste- 1tbsp
  • All spice powder (garam masala)- 1/2tsp
  • Coriander powder- 1 tsp
  • Salt- to taste
  • Water- 1/2 cup
  • Oil-3/4 cup
  • Boiled noodles- 1/2 packet
  • Coconut milk: fresh coconut- 1/2
  • Roasted chana daal (chickpea)- 1tsp
  • Water- 2 cup

How to make Khawsey (street food)

  1. Chicken marination: In a pressure cooker add oil, bay leaf, cinnamon stick and sliced onions.
  2. Cook till it is dark golden in color.
  3. Now on a high flame add chicken pieces, ginger garlic paste, garam masala powder, coriander powder, green chilly paste (grind green chillies and coriander leaves and make a paste) and salt.
  4. Mix them very well. Saute it till it changes its color.
  5. When it is golden in color then add 1/2 cup of water in it. Cover the lid and cook it for 10 minutes till chicken gets completely done.
  6. Meanwhile boil noodles. Take a large vessel. Add 1/2 packet of noodles, 4 cups of water, salt and 2tbsp oil. It should be boiled completely.
  7. Coconut milk: Grat the white part of the coconut by using grater. Now soak them in water. So you can easily grind them in mixture and get a good paste.
  8. Now grind grated coconuts and roasted chana dal together in the mixture by adding a generous amount of water in between.
  9. Now take a bowl and put siever or muslin cloth on it. And sieve the grinded paste. Grind this paste twice or thrice.
  10. Coconut milk is ready. It should not be thicken.
  11. Final step: Mix chicken into coconut milk and put it on a high flame. Add salt and green chilly paste if required. Give it a good boil.
  12. I have used some home made samosa pattis for garnishing. Fry them in a beautiful golden color.
  13. Assembling: Take a bowl, pour some chicken coconut curry. Put some boiled noodles on it and finally garnish it with fried samosa patti.
  14. Khawsa is ready to serve.
My Tip: If you want a lil bit more spicy then red chilly powder (1/4tsp) cooked in 1 tbsp oil can be used in assembling too.

Reviews for Khawsey (street food) (1)

Maanika Hoon3 months ago
Very difficult dish! Thanks so much
Shaheda Uzer
a month ago
thnk you sooo much..