|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Urban India, as a part of Indian Chinese cuisine|
|Main ingredients||Chicken, ginger and garlic paste, lemon juice|
Chilli chicken is a popular Indo-Chinese dish of chicken of Hakka Chinese heritage. In India, this may include a variety of dry chicken preparations. Though mainly boneless chicken is used in this dish, some people also use boned chicken too.
Chilli chicken comes in several variations with differences in spices and seasoning, as well as its "sauce" and "dry" variants with difference in their quantity of sauce or gravy. The South Asian contributions of this dish are in the spices used, while the Hakka contributions include the sweet and savoury flavours along with the Chinese cooking techniques used in its preparation.
Numerous recipes exist for the dish of the same name depending on the restaurateur, including:
- Green chilli chicken.
- Tangrai chilli chicken.
- Chinese chilli chicken.
- Bengal chilli chicken.
- Indian Chinese cuisine
- List of chicken dishes
- Laziji, similar dish in authentic Sichuan cuisine in China
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