Recipe Cook Time
|:||1 Hour 30 Minutes|
In a pan, dry roast the bay leaf, cinnamon, brown cardamom, green cardamom, mace, black pepper, cumin seeds and whole coriander seeds.
Transfer them into mortar and pestle, grind them finely to make fresh garam masala.
In a bowl, mix ginger garlic and chilli paste, hung curd, red chilli powder, turmeric powder, ground poppy coconut cashew nut paste, fried onions, ground garam masala and butter. This is your marinade.
First, apply mustard oil to the chicken breasts and then marinate them.
Next, marinate the raan, place the chicken breasts on it and add a layer of cashew nut and raisins.
Tie and roll up the raan and chicken breast together with the help of a thread.
Cook the the stuffed raan, in ghee, on a slow fire. Once both the sides of the raan are seared, cover and let it cook for an hour.
With the remaining marinade, make a quick gravy by cooking it out in mustard oil and adding a little water to it.
Ladle the gravy on to the cooked Raan.
Garnish with lime, sprinkle raisins, cashew nuts and fried onions.