Broast Recipes are highly famous chicken recipes across the world. Making a search for top chicken recipes will bring you mostly the different varieties of chicken broasts. All famous chefs of Pakistan have introduced various kinds of broast recipes with their own methods. Chef Saadat Siddiui, Chef Rida Aftab, Chef Kanza, Chef Gulzar and also Chef Shireen Anwar have introduced delicious recipes of chicken broasts.
Chicken broast is a deep fried piece of chicken which is marinated with mixture of spices and then stored aside so that chicken may absorb the spice used on it. After around 1 to 2 hours, chicken is taken and dipped into mixture of corn and plain flour and then deep fried in the oil. The spices used in making a broast are corn flour, plain flour, brown sugar, ginger garlic paste, pepper, salts and a couple of sauces such as chili sauce and soy sauce.
Broasted chicken recipes are well famous in Pakistan and India and in many other countries of the world as well. If you visit a restaurant in these countries, there are 80% chances you would see chicken broast in Chicken Item Section in their menu. Served with a bun, a tiny pack of raita and French fries, broasts double the delight of your meal.
KFoods.com has large collection of chicken broast recipes for you. Methods of all recipes are almost same but their spices, ingredients and cooking processes slightly differ which makes the actual difference in all recipes. Find here the recipes of Shireen Anwar Apa, Chef Rida Aftab, Chef Gulzar and Saadat Siddiqui.
Make a broasted chicken today and ignite the tastes of chicken delight!
Broasts is a well-liked and highly demanded type of fast food. People prefer ordering broast on their visit to KFC and other fast food restaurants. Broast is served with raita, tomato ketchup, French fries and a small bun (instead of chapati or paratha).
Now making broast at home is not a problem. Top Pakistani chefs like chef Gulzar, chef Zakir, and chef Shireen Anwar have shared their recipes for making broasts which are presented here by KFoods.com.