Many people seem to think it is Christmas already! I suppose it is good to get organized in time. Apparently every year "Christmas time" seems to start earlier and earlier. As soon as August is over the shops already stock up Christmas goodies so by the time Christmas comes you can take no more!
I am not sure but maybe playing down on those presents between adults which are often not needed or wanted can be a good idea. What do you think? Are you a big Christmas person? Do you buy large gifts?
To me sharing a meal with your loved ones is the best Christmas present I could ever get. That's what really enriches you, lifts your mood and makes you understand what's important in life.
Today I am sharing these tasty chicken skewers recipe with a yogurt dip which will be perfect for entertaining; very handy for the party season to come!
- Prep Time : 40 minutes
- Cook Time : 15 minutes
Slice the chicken breasts into thin slices.
Thread the chicken pieces onto wooden skewers just like lolly pops.
Place flour, eggs and polenta flour onto 3 separate plates. Whisk the eggs with a tsp of curry powder and a pinch of salt.
Dip the skewers into the flour, whipped eggs and polenta flour shaking off the excess each time.
Heat up a deep pan with the oil and when it is very hot dip the skewers and fry for 1 or 2 minutes until the chicken looks nice and golden; as you will need to hold the skewers with your fingers make sure you don't burn yourself! You could use an oven glove. Put them on a plate with kitchen paper to soak the excess oil.
Make the dip by mixing the yogurt, a pinch of salt, the cumin and the parsley.
Serve warm accompanying with the dip.