A simple, easy, very very effective dish to impress with and most importantly to make ready in 10-15 minutes start to finish. Very aromatic, and full of complex layers of authentic Indian flavours. Serve as a main course or as a Tapas / Appetizer for all to enjoy a cuisine inspired from Surat, Gujarat , India perfect with a glass of medium dry white wine. Could also also use lean thin slices of lamb to make it a meaty affair.
Mix the chicken and the Bipins surti masala or the methi masala thoroughly using two forks. Heat up a heavy based frying pan with 2 tsp of sunflower oil, stir fry on medium to high heat continuously mixing, add the tomato purée, cook for 10-15 minutes till meat is fully cooked and liquids reduced, add the lemon juice, rest for a few minutes, Serve on a bed of green leaf salad, garnish with the coarsly chopped coriander and the lemon zest. .....Lovely, mouthwatering and delicious. .....alternatively use thin slices of lab with the methi masala.